# Arizona hiking
Hole in The Rock Phoenix | Papago Park - 10 Minute Hike!
Hole in the Rock Phoenix. A quick trip to show you this snazzy place.
This Jarring Hiking Trail In Grand Canyon is Rough, But The Sunrise is Spectacular
Come along with me on this rugged hiking trail in the Grand Canyon, but also enjoy this amazing sunrise. The beautiful nature will definitely enlighten you! I hope you enjoy this latest series of my Arizona adventure recently as I am taking you out on my hikes. Coming up: hiking out to Plateau Point, (Grand Canyon); and Soldier's Pass and Hiline Trail in Sedona! Happy Trails my friends! If you love outdoor adventures, please follow along @FitLifeTravel, and find more inspiration at my blog: FitLifeandTravel.com.
9 Best Things to Do in Sedona, Arizona, in 2023
Nestled amidst Arizona's stunning red rock formations, Sedona is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, art lovers, and spiritual seekers. With its breathtaking landscapes, vibrant arts scene, and rich cultural heritage, Sedona offers many experiences for visitors to enjoy. This article presents the 10 best things to do in Sedona in 2023, showcasing the top attractions and activities that will make your visit truly unforgettable.
Beautiful Sedona: Yavapai Point & Bell Rock
Visiting Sedona, Arizona in the Spring is a beautiful time of year, however it's also the height of tourist season. Join us for a look at a lesser known hike (and great sunset spot) and a way to visit Bell Rock when it's main trailheads are full.
Top 5 Phoenix, Arizona Hikes (Plus Honorable Mentions)
Looking for the best Phoenix, Arizona hikes? We go over the top 5 hiking trails in Phoenix with the best views and panoramas. Also, we give an honorable mention of many more great hikes in the area so stay tuned for the end of the list.
Chiricahua National Monument is an Arizona Secret
About two hours east of Tucson, you’ll find one of Arizona’s best-kept secrets: Chiricahua National Monument. It’s like a small Bryce Canyon National Park, but in muted tones of grey and beige like tombstones, some speckled with green instead of variegated shades of red and orange you’ll find at Bryce. This place, though, has one big bonus: nobody goes there.