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Grand Canyon National Park
which covers 1,904 square miles is one of America's oldest national parks.
Within the park lies the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, an immense gorge of the Colorado River a mile deep and up to 18 miles wide, considered to be one of the major natural wonders of the world.
The Canyon is an overwhelming experience, and nothing can prepare a visitor for the sight.
Most visitors to the park come to the South Rim (open year-round) by arriving on Arizona Highway 64 through the South Entrance.
Park headquarters are at Grand Canyon Village, a short distance from the South Entrance and the center of the most popular viewpoints.
Some thirty miles of the South Rim are accessible by road.
A much smaller venue for tourists is found on the North Rim (open mid-May through mid-October), accessed by Arizona Highway 67.
The rest of the Grand Canyon is extremely rugged and remote, although many places are accessible by pack trail and backcountry roads.
Some of the many Park activities include auto touring, hiking, backpacking, biking, white-water rafting, mule trips and horseback riding.
which is nestled in a remote valley in Northeastern Arizona's White Mountains is an outdoor recreational paradise.
At an elevation of about 8,500 feet, Greer offers four unique seasons of outdoor activities and fun.
In the summer you can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, trout fishing, horseback riding, nature walks, wildlife viewing, scenic drives or just plain relaxation.
In the winter you can enjoy snow skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, horse-drawn sleigh rides, snowmobiling and ice fishing.
The 65-run Sunrise Ski Park is only 30 minutes away.
Whatever the season, Greer is one of Arizona's favorite retreats into the White Mountains.
is a tranquil mountain community that sits high atop the Mogollon Rim only 2 hours north of Phoenix, Arizona.
At an elevation of about 6,500 feet, Overgaard enjoys a four-seasons climate that provides for a full range of recreational and lifestyle activities.
From hiking, mountan biking, fishing and golf in the summer, to cross country skiing in the winter, Overgaard is a place where you can relax, unwind and reconnect with family, friends, and nature.
Overgaard hosts various festivals and seasonal events throughout the year including Oktoberfest, Winterfest and July 4th festivals.
is a small mountain town located about 100 miles northeast of Phoenix at the base of the Mogollon Rim in Central Arizona.
At an elevation of 5,000 feet, Payson is situated between cooler mountains to the north and rugged desert to the south.
Payson offers dramatic mountain vistas, wide open spaces, and a rich western rodeo heritage.
Outdoor opportunities abound in the area including fishing, hiking, mountain biking, bird watching and more.
Payson's downtown main street is rich in Western Heritage and features art galleries, antique stores, and great restaurants.
Payson hosts a variety of events and activities throughout the year.
at an elevation of 7,300 feet is surrounded by Arizona's White Mountains, the Apache/Sitgreaves National Forest and the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation.
The mountain towns natural beauty provides a scenic background for various festivals and seasonal events.
The area is known for its many outdoor recreational activities including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, nature walks, wildlife viewing, camping, and picnicking.
The White Mountain Trailsystem provides over 180 miles of developed multi-use trails.
The area is also noted for its golf courses and for Woodland Lake Park with its excellent recreational facilities.
The 65-run Sunrise Ski Park is only 30 miles away.
Snow skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, sledding, snowmobiling and ice fishing can be enjoyed during the winter.
Various unique shops, antique stores, a casino and a variety of restaurants add to the areas charm.
at an elevation of 6,400 feet is nestled in the tall pines of the Arizona White Mountains high country.
Show Low is located 175 miles northeast of Phoenix and 195 miles north of Tucson.
Show Low and the surrounding area offers stunning scenery, rugged cliffs, mountains and canyons, pines and aspen, varied wildlife, and many beautiful lakes to enjoy.
Recreational opportunities abound in the area including hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, golf, mountain biking, horseback riding, hunting, nature walks, wildlife viewing, and much more.
The 65-run Sunrise Ski Park which offers numerous wintertime activities is about 45 miles away.
Show Low also hosts various festivals and seasonal events throughout the year.