This is one of the best motorcycle rides in Arizona. Why? The scenery is gorgeous. You will gain over 5,000 feet in elevation while driving one of the twistiest road in Arizona. This winding road has more than 400 curves to hug. Devil’s Highway is US 191, Coronado Trail Scenic Byway formerly Route 666.
Arizona is a very popular birding destination. We are lucky to be home to 15 different species of hummingbirds. If you want to see different species you just need to know where to look for them.
If you love gems, minerals, and rocks don’t miss the oldest and largest gem and mineral show in the world held in Tucson, Arizona. Held annually in late January or early February, the Tucson Gem & Mineral show features hundreds of vendors from around the world. They offer a variety of minerals and jewelry for […]
Who knew that hoodoos were in Arizona? You can see these fascinating rock formations in a few places throughout the world. In the U.S. they are most famously photographed in Utah. However, we don’t even have to leave the state to see these eerie formations. These fairy chimneys can be seen at Chiricahua National Monument. […]
Yes, you can ski in Tucson, Arizona. However, we prefer to drive the 25-mile byway in the summer for cooler weather. This winding byway trail ascends 9,157-foot Mount Lemmon in the rugged Santa Catalina Mountains.
In September we decided to take a motorcycle ride on the Coronado Trail, so we based ourselves in the small town of Clifton. Clifton, Arizona is in southeast Arizona about 50 miles from Safford or just under a four hour drive from Phoenix. If you’re looking to explore some of Arizona’s old west mining towns, […]