North-Central Arizona Travel Guide
Plan Your North-Central Arizona Vacation
Red-rock buttes ablaze in the slanting light of late afternoon, the San Francisco Peaks tipped white from a fresh snowfall, pine forests clad in dark green needles—north-central Arizona is rich in natural attractions, a landscape of vast plateaus punctuated by steep ridges and canyons.
Flagstaff and Prescott have the more affordable lodging options, with lots of comfortable motels and B&Bs, but no real luxury.... read more
You'll find lots of American comfort food in this part of the country: barbecue restaurants, steak houses, and burger joints... read more
Things To Do in North-Central Arizona
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Mother Nature: Stunning red rocks, snowcapped mountains, and crisp country air rejuvenate the most cynical city dwellers. Nature... Read more
What is a vortex? The word "vortex" comes from the Latin vertere, which means "to turn or whirl." In Sedona, a vortex is a funnel... Read more
It's hard to imagine that the landlocked desert surrounding Sedona was, for much of prehistoric time, an area of dunes and swamps on the... Read more
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