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    A Spring Training Tour of Phoenix

    • 2 Hotels
    • 5 Activities

    Who needs groundhogs and robins to tell you that winter is almost over when you’ve got Pitchers and Catchers—the day the first baseball players report to camp to get ready for the season ahead? For... More

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    A Tour Through Central New Mexico

    • 4 Hotels
    • 5 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Many visitors to New Mexico rarely venture far from the northern part of the state, missing out entirely on its midsection—sprawling, craggy desert with no shortage of superlatives. Where else in t... More

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    A Week on a Western Dude Ranch

    • 6 Hotels
    • 1 Activity

    Who wouldn't leap at the chance to wear a cowboy hat and boots, swagger across a dusty corral, and tell an 800-pound horse where to go? There are hundreds of ranches around the country—some are wor... More

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    Driving Trip: Phoenix to Tubac, Arizona

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 4 Activities

    Heading south from Phoenix brings you from barrel-cactus-dotted desert through the Oregon-like woods of Madera Canyon—and down to the Mexican border town of Tubac. More

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    Driving Southern Arizona

    • 4 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 8 Activities

    All hail the saguaro—a plant that can weigh up to eight tons and live more than 150 years, and thrives in the harsh light of the Sonoran Desert. It’s the de facto icon of southern Arizona, a parche... More

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    Route 60 Guide to New Mexico and Arizona

    • 3 Hotels
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Route 60 is an obscure road that travels coast to coast, sometimes by its rightful designation, sometimes absorbed into newer highways. It runs roughly parallel to the better-known Route 66, but it... More


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