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    Havasu Falls

    This destination necessitates lots of planning, some money, and a terrible hike, but just think about how great you’ll feel when you’re soaking in the waters of the Havasu Falls, the kind that are turquoise and beautiful, the western part of the Grand Canyon area. Whether or not you’re staying at the lodge in Supai [...]

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    Hell’s Gate

    Only living in Phoenix would you think of a place called Hell’s Gate as inviting. Even though it has a poor name, Hell’s Gate Wilderness is a beautiful place, with rock walls that are ragged, and they tower hundreds of feet, and there is a beautiful swath of green in a corridor of a desert [...]

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    Bell Crossing

    When the rancher, Charles Bell, developed his cattle trail in the 1930s, there were some good chances that he never dreamed it would be a good spot for hikers. After a hot, long 3.5-mile hike across a basically scenic landscape, the crossing – where Wet Beaver Creek crosses the Bell Trail – looks like an [...]

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    Slide Rock

    There’s nothing more fun that swooshing around on waterslides that are natural on Oak Creek on a burning summer day. Adults and kids can enjoy the swimming holes and smooth rock chutes that are refreshing, situated near the beautiful scenery near Oak Creek Canyon. With simple access and lots of amenities, as well as restrooms, [...]

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    Water Wheel

    If you go to the north of Payson, the Mogollon Rim country, crisscrossed by several canyons and creeks, is great territory for holes to go swimming in. Some of the most used ones are discovered just to the east of the campground, called the Water Wheel Campground, and it’s a little recreation area off of [...]