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Arizona’s London Bridge: A Brief History

As I've mentioned before, my job takes me to some interesting places in Arizona. Last week, one of those places was Lake Havasu City, where I spent a night in between assignments for the magazine. If you've never been to Lake Havasu City, you might not...

Q&A: Atop Africa’s Highest Peak at 85 Years Old

Anne Lorimor lives in the Phoenix area, and she's 85 years old and a great-grandmother. But she’s not your average great-grandmother: Lorimor spends her time climbing. In July, Lorimor, her nephew Kevin Gordon and other hikers spent eight days climbing...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, September 1982

From the issue: "A monumental squeeze play! Photographed from another balloon over a half-mile away, what appears to be a very chancy ascent in Monument Valley really isn't. The 'tight quarters' effect is actually due to the compressing action of the ...

Photographer to Display Route 66 Photos at October Show

Friend of the magazine Dawn Kish, a frequent photographic contributor to Arizona Highways, will be showcasing her work that was featured in our May 2015 issue at a show next month in Flagstaff. Kish's portfolio in the May issue, Feelin' Groovy, was com...

Arizona Highways Contributor Gary Johnson Dies at 59

Gary Johnson, a photographer and musician whose work appeared in Arizona Highways and other publications, died unexpectedly September 10 due to complications from diabetes. He was 59. Johnson died while preparing to perform with the Prescott Opry at th...

You Tell Us: What’s Your ‘Arizona Adventure’?

An item published recently in The Arizona Republic caught our eye. It lists five of "Arizona's coolest adventures": rafting the Colorado River (pictured), hiking Aravaipa Canyon, rounding up cattle, taking a jeep tour in Sedona and jumping out of a pla...
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