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Devil’s Bridge, Sedona (AZ)

Sedona is a unique place to hike, visit the town, and make a day trip out of. One of the most famous hikes you’ll have to try would be Devil’s Bridge. It’s definitely a hike you won’t forget.


Horseshoe Bend, Page (AZ)

This one was unique, but I’ve heard since I was there last, there were rails put in to stop people from getting close to the edge, but overall a cool place to stop at if you’re heading past northern Arizona.


Angels Landing, Zion (UT)

Angels landing was the most incredible place. Zion national park is breathtaking! If you have the change to go and spend a week or so there, do it! It’ll be worth it, I promise!


Pinnacle Peak, Phoenix (AZ)

This is a city hike, that shows you the beauty of the AZ mountains. It is a preserved hike meaning the trails are protected, and you can’t take animals with you, but it’s a great view of golf courses and beautiful desert houses if you’re looking to stay local.

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