From fine arts to rugged hikes and a deeply revered history, Prescott, Ariz., offers a wealth of activities and sights for visitors.
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Everybody can use a little peace and quiet.
Before my first visit to Laughlin 22 years ago, I told the employer who was sending me there that it was described to me as “just a couple of casinos in the middle of the desert.” His response was to point out that you could describe Las Vegas the same way.
There’s something for everyone in Prescott, a classic Arizona frontier town, with its lively mix of national forests and Old West saloons.
Celebrate the holidays in a variety of festive ways in Cerca country.
Although Albert Johnson wasn’t a hardy person, the “castle” he built in the northern part of Death Valley National Park has become synonymous with Death Valley, albeit under someone else’s name.
When we paddled into a side branch of Lake Powell’s Face Canyon, we finally escaped the hot sun and rising desert wind.
While summer vacations may be over, there are still plenty of activities and beautiful places to experience in Cerca country.
There are two paths you can go by, as Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant so famously sang. Of course, he was lyricizing about a stairway to heaven and not a roadway from Las Vegas to Ely.
Summer comes to Cerca country with Fourth of July celebrations and plenty of activities at higher elevations where it is cooler.