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Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, July 1991

From the issue: "The kayakers wanted to experience the wonders of Lake Powell seen by few others. What they found had them planning their next adventure on this spectacular waterway." Photo by Jack Dykinga.

Company Begins Antelope Canyon Tours From Phoenix

If you live in the Phoenix area and can't imagine making the long drive to Antelope Canyon yourself, a Phoenix tour company now has you covered. DETOURS of Arizona is now offering day trips from the Valley of the Sun to Antelope Canyon, a Navajo Nation...

Catch ‘Em All on Tucson’s New Pokémon Pub Crawl

A Tucson company that offers pedal-powered tours of the city's bars is getting in on the latest trend: Pokémon Go. The smartphone-based game, which entices players to wander their neighborhoods and other locales in search of whimsical creatures to capt...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, July 1986

From the issue: "Blue Mesa, one of numerous points of interest in the 93,492-acre Petrified Forest National Park, invites visitors to a forgotten time when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Agatized logs, all that remain of ancient trees, testify to dramatic...

From the Archives: George Avey’s National Parks Map

Our August issue, on newsstands now, celebrates the centennial of the National Park Service. But it's far from the first time we've marked the Park Service's birthday. In July 1946, as the agency was set to turn 30 years old, Arizona Highways took read...
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