Best Ways to See the Grand Canyon

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As lifelong admirers of the Canyon, we want to provide what we believe are the best ways to see the Grand Canyon! There are lots of factors to consider when choosing what’s best for you.

The Ultimate Guide to Visiting Sedona

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Introduction to Sedona: A Historical and Geographical Overview Nestled in the heart of Arizona’s Red Rock Country, Sedona is a town of extraordinary beauty, rich history, and cultural significance. With its stunning array of red sandstone formations, it’s not just a feast for the eyes but also a nexus of geology, archaeology, and art. Sedona’s […]

Elevate Your Team’s Performance with a Grand Canyon Retreat

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Discover the ultimate corporate Grand Canyon retreat with Grand Canyon Adventures (GCA), where the majestic landscapes of the Grand Canyon serve as the backdrop for an all-inclusive experience designed to enhance team performance. We have seen time after time, companies come away from these events, whether it’s an executive off-site, team-building activities, or employee appreciation […]

North Rim vs. South Rim of the Grand Canyon

North Rim vs South Rim of the Grand Canyon

As a traveler, one of the most significant choices you face when visiting Northern Arizona is whether to visit the North Rim vs the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Each offers a unique perspective and experience of this vast chasm. This exploration will guide you through the nuances and distinct offerings of both, enabling […]

6 Reasons Why a Flagstaff Fall is the Best Fall!

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As Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon’s summer transitions into autumn in mid-September, cooler temperatures and a drier forecast arrive, which creates ideal conditions to come and explore everything the area has to offer. Fall is simply a fantastic time to visit the Grand Canyon and Northern Arizona.

The Ultimate Guide to Visiting Flagstaff

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“The city of seven wonders” isn’t a name given lightly. Flagstaff earned that name through its premium location! The town is located 7,000 feet above sea level in Northern Arizona, so don’t be surprised when you visit and see millions of towering Ponderosa Pines rather than Saguaro cactus.

Everything you Need to Know About Visiting Horseshoe Bend

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Horseshoe Bend is arguably one of the most photogenic places you can visit! This viewpoint puts you on top of a 1,000-foot cliff overlooking the mighty Colorado River. Its notoriety has made Page, Arizona a popular stop for tens of thousands of people every year.

Monsoon Season in Flagstaff

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Despite the hot and arid desert, each year from early July to mid-September, high-pressure systems are pushed up from Southern Mexico. During this time, Flagstaff will get as much as half of its annual precipitation!