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.
Explore Clifton: Arizona Ghost Towns
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, […]
A Weekend in Tombstone the Town too Tough to Die
The old west mining town of Tombstone is southeast of Tucson. Tombstone was often referred to as the “town too tough to die.” Silver worth millions of dollars found deep in the mines attracted people. In it’s heyday, Tombstone’s population was up to 10,000 inhabitants.
This Unique Tucson Attraction is a Zoo, Botanical Garden and Museum All in One
If you are in the area don’t miss this Tucson gem. The Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum is one of the top attractions in Tucson. Not just a zoo, but a botanical garden and a museum as well. This unique attraction gives you incredible opportunity to see the desert, and the animals that reside here in […]
A Weekend in Tucson Arizona
Heading south on the I-10 from Phoenix you will leave the largest city in Arizona and reach Tucson the second largest city in the Sonoran Desert. Tucson has more of a desert old west feel to it. You will immediately notice that the landscape is more native looking, more homes reflect the adobe style and […]