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Nov. 20, 2020

Bull Basin Trail

Bull Basin Trail  

The Bull Basin Trail starts at a trailhead located off FR 90A. Ascending Kendrick Mountain's north slope, it switchbacks up to a large meadow. The trail then turns south along a rocky ridge to a flat area where there is a spring, and on to the ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

Town of Buckeye

 

If You like to see a lot of natural beauty in the land then Buckeye, at the base of the mighty White Tank Mountains, on the southwestern rim of Maricopa County has what you like.  The town is located approximately 30 miles west of downtown Phoenix.

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Nov. 20, 2020

Bullhead City

Bullhead City is in west-central Mohave County, located on the east side of the Colorado River near the juncture of Arizona, California, and Nevada. Among Arizona’s fastest-growing communities, it is the sister city to Laughlin, Nevada, and just 90minutes from Las Vegas. Bullhead City began as the headquarters for the ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

Bouse

Bouse is an unincorporated community at an elevation of 700feet in western Arizona is becoming popular as a retirement and visitor center because of its mild winters. The community also is developing as a bedroom community for Parker, the county seat, and 27miles away along state Highway 72. Interstate 10 ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

Butterfield Stage Route

The Butterfield Stage Route is a 20-minute drive. Bascom Campsite, Siphon Canyon and Apache Spring are popular attractions along this old stagecoach route. Fort Bowie National Historic Site, also a 20-minute drive features ruins of a 1800s cavalry fort. It can be reached via a mile-and-a-half walk from the main ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

Bowie Arizona

Bowie, an unincorporated rural community nestled in the San Simon Valley of southeastern Arizona is in northeastern Cochise County just off Interstate 10. Its altitude is 3,700 feet. Mountain ranges dominate and nearly surround this alluvial, ”desert sea.” Mt. Graham at 10,717 feet is to the north ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

Boyce Arboretum

The Boyce Arboretum is a must-see, especially if you love nature.  The Arboretum has trails that lead by cacti, mountain cliffs, a desert lake, and majestic trees.  The William Boyce Thompson Arboretum (that’s the full name) was established in the early 1920s.  William Boyce Thompson, a copper ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

BOX CANYON ROAD

Here is an excellent little drive that will add another perspective to your appreciation of the Santa Rita Mountains. Most people who come to this popular mountain range hustle right to Madera Canyon and spend their entire visit under the sycamore trees scanning the treetops for birds and the meadows ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

BROW MONUMENT

Brow Monument, located at the "brow" of the Kaibab Plateau, is a triangulation station established by members of the 1871-72 Powell Survey. Major John Wesley Powell led the expedition, which mapped the last unknown expanse of land in the continental United States: the Arizona Strip and Grand Canyon. The monument ...

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Nov. 20, 2020

Biltmore Fashion Park

Biltmore Fashion Park is a classy outdoor shopping mall nestled on the edge of Phoenix.  The Biltmore (as locals call it) is “the place” to go to shop.  Shoppers will discover specialty shops and enjoy eating at outstanding restaurants.  World-class hotels such as the Arizona Biltmore Hotel ...

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