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Northern Arizona’s Hidden Caves

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If you thought the Grand Canyon was Arizona’s only amazing geological feature, think again. From extinct volcanos to meteor impact craters, sandstone cliffs and underground caverns, the 48th state is filled with photo-worthy wonders that don’t necessarily make the record books.

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​3 Ways to See Sunset Crater

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Arizona is home to a fantastic array of scenic vistas, from cacti-covered desert to pine forests, mountains and, of course, the Grand Canyon. What many travelers don’t know is that the 48th state is also a land of volcanoes.

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​A Walking Beer Tour of Flagstaff

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Flagstaff is a craft beer town. It’s not just the preponderance of breweries within walking distance of downtown, or the fact that a Flag brewery scored multiple World Beer Cup medals. The popular Northern Arizona vacation spot has the kind of laid-back, hipster meets hippie vibe that attracts craft beer lovers (and makers).

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​5 Things to Know When Visiting Flagstaff’s Arboretum

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The Arboretum at Flagstaff isn’t as old as some of the Southwest’s other public gardens, but it is one of the most diverse. The “arb” began as a private residence – a 200-acre parcel with a log cabin given to Californian Frances McAllister in the 1930s. McAllister eventually made the forests near Flagstaff her permanent home, settling here in the 1960s and building a Walter Reichardt designed home on her land. 

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