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Category: Arizona

For people that don’t know better, Arizona is thought to be a brown, lifeless desert that is so hot that the Devil summers there.

Don’t believe everything you hear. Arizona’s landscape is one of extreme diversity. The “Grand Canyon State” has everything from lush green oases, watering holes and waterfalls, to coniferous forests, high-elevation peaks, and of course, deserts (but not the ugly kind).

For three years, Kim and I (Max) lived in Tucson and had the chance to hike and explore all over the state. We wrote these guides to help you fall in love with Arizona the way we did.

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Little Black Mountain Petroglyph Site Hiking Guide

Overview Little Black Mountain Petroglyph Site is an easy, short hike near St. George on the Arizona Strip. The BLM-managed site contains 500 petroglyphs…