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WELCOME TO PHOENIX!

Phoenix is the capital and largest city in the state of Arizona. It


is the fifth most populated city in the United States. Phoenix is
also known as the Valley of the Sun or, as the locals call it, the
Valley, and over 4.3 million people live here.

Being bored in the Valley is impossible. The Phoenix


metropolitan area (including Scottsdale, its adjacent neighbor)
offers a bounty of restaurants, activities,
events and attractions for every interest.
We’ve selected a few of our favorites that
are close and convenient to your location.
For your quick reference we also added the
estimated distance between each attraction
in this Guide and your event host hotel,
The JW Marriott at Desert Ridge. Inside
this Guide you’ll find selections in Dining,
Shopping, Revelling (Nightlife), Golfing, Hiking, Exploring
(Things to Do in the Phoenix Area), and Day Tripping (Things to
Do Outside of Phoenix).

Enjoy your stay—we’re glad you’re here!

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DINING

25 Degrees
www.25degreesrestaurant.com
Twenty-five degrees offers a new twist on the traditional
American burger joint. 5415 East High Street, Suite 127,
Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-502-1125. 1 mile/1.6 kilometers

Ocean Prime
www.ocean-prime.com
Steak and seafood restaurant. CityCenter of CityNorth, 5455 East High
Street, Suite 115, Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-347-1313.
1 mile/1.6 kilometers

White Chocolate Grill


www.whitechocolategrill.com
Contemporary American restaurant. 7000 East Mayo Boulevard,
Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-563-3377.
4 miles/6.4 kilometers

Rhythm and Wine


www.rhythmandwine.com
Laid-back wine cafe. 7605 East Pinnacle Peak Road,
Suite D-1, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-478-6999.
5 miles/7.5 kilometers

Mastros Ocean Club


www.mastrosrestaurants.com
Steak and seafood restaurant. 15045 North Kierland Boulevard,
Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-443-8555.
6 miles/9.65 kilometers

NoRTH Kierland
www.foxrc.com/north.html
A fresh new approach to Modern Italian cuisine. 15024
North Scottsdale Road, Suite 160, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-948-2055. 6 miles/9.65 kilometers

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PF Chang’s China Bistro


www.pfchangs.com
PF Chang’s China Bistro features Mandarin-style
Chinese wok cuisine. 7132 East Greenway Parkway,
Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-367-2999. 6 miles/9.65
kilometers

Pure Sushi
www.puresushibar.com
Sushi Bar and dining offering both traditional and eclectic Japanese
cuisine. 20567 N. Hayden Rd. Ste. 100, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone:
480‑355‑0999. 6 miles/9.7 kilometers

Zinc Bistro
www.zincbistroaz.com
New York Style Parisian Bistro designed with
contemporary sensibilities. 15034 North Scottsdale
Road, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-603-0922. 6 miles/
9.65 kilometers

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar


www.flemingssteakhouse.com
Steak & seafood restaurant. 20753 North Pima Rd,
Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-538-8000. 7 miles/11.3 kilometers

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria
www.grimaldispizzeria.com
Coal-fired brick oven, New York-style thin crust pizza. 20715 N. Pima
Rd #115, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-515-5588. 7 miles/11.3 kilometers

The Herb Box


www.theherbbox.com
Organic gourmet eatery.
20707 N. Pima Rd. #140, Scottsdale, AZ
Phone: 480-289-6180. 7 miles/11.3 kilometers

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Pinnacle Peak Patio


www.pppatio.com
Steakhouse which offers mesquite broiled steaks,
chicken and ribs along with heaping portions of wild
west fun—from live country western music nightly
to dancing under the stars. 10426 East Jomax Road,
Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-585-1599. 10 miles/16
kilometers

Sassi
www.sassi.biz
This AAA 4 Diamond restaurant transports you to the gracious set-
ting and hospitality of an Italian farmhouse, serving a bounty of fresh
local ingredients, handmade pasta, wild caught fish and more than
250 Italian wines. 10455 East Pinnacle Peak Parkway, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-502-9095. 10 miles/16 kilometers

Roaring Fork
www.eddiev.com
The Roaring Fork’s Wood Fired Cooking captures the
spirit of bold American cuisine. 4800 North Scottsdale
Road, Suite 1700, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-947-0795.
14 miles/22.5 kilometers

Cowboy Ciao
www.cowboyciao.com
Cowboy Ciao features Modern American food with global influences.
7133 East Stetson Drive, Suite 1, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-946-3111,
14.5 miles/23.3 kilometers

Pasta Brioni
www.PastaBrioni.com
If you’ve ever eaten at a family-run Italian restaurant
back East, you’ll appreciate what Pasta Brioni is all
about. 4416 North Miller Road, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone:
480-994-0028. 18 miles/29 kilometers

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For those who don’t mind a drive to experience some of the best
restaurants, please see the following additional list. Unfortunately,
these are not located near the host hotel.

Elements at Sanctuary
www.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/content/elements.html
American cuisine with Asian accents
5700 East McDonald Dr., Paradise Valley, AZ.
Phone: 480-948-2100. 13 miles/20.9 kilometers

T. Cook’s at Royal Palms


www.royalpalmshotel.com/phoenix-arizona-dining.php
Mediterranean featuring Spanish and Tuscan cuisine
5200 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ.
Phone: 602-808-0766. 14 miles/22.5 kilometers

Coup des Tartes


www.nicetartes.com
BYOB French Bistro
4626 N. 16th St, Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 602-212-1082.
15 miles/24.1 kilometers

LON’s at the Hermosa


www.hermosainn.com/lons/
Artful American Cuisine
5532 North Palo Cristi Rd, Paradise Valley, AZ.
Phone: 602-955-8614. 16 miles/25.7 kilometers

Pizzeria Bianco
www.pizzeriabianco.com
Named “Best Pizza in the US” by Rachel Ray in 2010 competition.
623 East Adams Street, Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 623-321-3430.
20 miles/32.2 kilometers

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CityNorth
www.citynorthaz.com
5155 East Deer Valley Drive, Phoenix, AZ. Phone:
480-319-8700. 1 mile/1.6 kilometers

Desert Ridge
www.shopdesertridge.com
21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix, AZ
1 mile/1.6 kilometers

Kierland
www.kierlandcommons.com
Greenway Parkway and Scottsdale Road. 6 miles/
9.65 kilometers

Scottsdale Quarter
www.scottsdalequarter.com
15279 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-270-8123. 6 miles/9.65 kilometers

Scottsdale Fashion Square


www.fashionsquare.com
7014 E Camelback Rd., Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-990-7800. 15 miles/23.3 kilometers

REVELLING

Blue Martini Lounge


www.bluemartinilounge.com
Live entertainment, tapas, and drinks. 5455 East High
Street, Suite 101, Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-638-BLUE.
1 mile/1.6 kilometers

San Felipe’s Cantina


www.sanfelipescantina.com
Mexican Bar. 21001 North Tatum Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ.
Phone: 480-515-BEER. 1 mile/1.6 kilometers

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Sandbar
www.sandbaraz.com
Ice cold cervezas, sand beneath your feet, and fresh
Mexican food. Desert Ridge Marketplace in northeast
Phoenix. Tatum Boulevard and Deer Valley Road. 1
mile/1.6 kilometers

The Compound Grill


www.thecompoundgrill.com
Southwest “fresh” selections, with the majority of ingredients
incorporating a local first, farm-to-table, organic philosophy. 7000
East Mayo Boulevard, Building 21, Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-585-5483.
4 miles/6.4 kilometers

Greasewood Flat
www.greasewoodflat.net
The seating area is outdoors. You come out, stake
your claim on the picnic tables then enjoy the cold
drinks, burgers or hot dogs, live music under the
stars and the warm and toasty campfires—weather
permitting. 27375 North Alma School Parkway,
Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-585-9430. 11 miles/17
kilometers

Old Town Scottsdale


In this area of Scottsdale, you can find a plethora of nightlife to enjoy,
ranging from clubs, bars and lounges, including:
Axis/Radius – 7340 E. Indian Plaza
Crown Room – 7419 E. Indian Plaza
Suede – 7333 E. Indian Plaza
Revolver – 7316 E. Stetson Dr.
Kazimierz World Wine Bar – 7137 E. Stetson Dr.
Martini Ranch & Shaker Room – 7295 E. Stetson Dr.
18 miles/ 29 kilometers

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GOLFING

Westin Kierland Golf Experience


www.kierlandresort.com
The Westin Kierland Golf Experience brings
together perfectly manicured championship golf,
the best exercise physiology, top golf instruction,
on-site golf equipment fitting and the latest
in golf technology all at one location. Enjoy
innovative amenities and experiences like Segway
transportation, Fore-MAX golf training, climate-controlled golfing and
Scottish-themed Golf. 6902 East Greenway Parkway, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-624-1000. 6 miles/9.65 kilometers

Troon North Golf Club


www.troonnorthgolf.com
Troon North Golf Club is the birthplace and flagship property of Troon
Golf, which is headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ. To enhance the golf
experience, Troon North limits the number of players on both courses
and allows more time and space between groups, providing a more
relaxed setting with added privacy. Elevated tees offer breathtak-
ing views in every direction. 10320 E. Dynamite Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480‑585‑5300. 10.5 miles/16.8 kilometers

TPC Scottsdale
www.tpc.com/tpcscottsdale.com
TPC Scottsdale offers two legendary championship
courses that are both open to the public to
enjoy – the Stadium Course and the Champions
Course. The Club is the permanent home to The
Waste Management Phoenix Open (formerly The
FBR Open), and hosts many other PGA TOUR
events throughout the year. 17020 N Hayden Rd.,
Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-585-4334. 5 miles/8.1 kilometers

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch


www.scottsdale.hyatt.com
Play one of the top rated golf courses in the country. Surrounded by
incredible scenery, Gainey Ranch Golf Club offers an exciting year-
round challenge for golfers of any skill level. 7500 East Doubletree
Ranch Road, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-444-1234. 14 miles/22.5
kilometers
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McDowell Sonoran Preserve


www.scottsdaleaz.gov/preserve.asp
Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve is like no
other place in the Valley. Geologically unique, it is
home to stunning geography, lush cacti forests and
diverse wildlife. It features award-winning trails and
facilities. 18333 North Thompson Peak Parkway,
Scottsdale, AZ. 9 miles/13.6 kilometers

Pinnacle Peak
www.scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/pinnacle
The Sierra Club rates the 150-acre Pinnacle Peak as a moderate hike
with an elevation gain of approximately 1,300 feet. The trail has a
very smooth tread with a number of ups and downs over the course
of the 1.75 mile trail (one way). It is not a loop trail so you come back
over the same trail. High point on the trail is 2,889’, the lowest point
is 2,366’, and the elevation at the trailhead is 2,570’. Hiking, horse-
back riding and rock climbing will take you to spectacular views of the
valley. Rock climbing, for experienced climbers with appropriate gear,
is permitted in three areas of the park with a variety of routes and
skill levels. 26802 North 102nd Way, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 480-312-
0990. 10 miles/16 kilometers

Camelback Mountain
www.phoenix.gov/PARKS/hikecmlb.html
Sheer red sandstone cliffs and its telltale hump draw thousands of
hikers to Camelback Mountain each year. Hiking to the top is not for
beginning hikers—the two summit trails are strenuous climbs over
sometimes-tricky trails. Some easier trails allow close-up exploration
around Camelback’s base. Trailheads and trails are open from sunrise
to sunset or 7 p.m., whichever comes first. 5700 N. Echo Canyon
Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ. 12 miles/19.3 kilometers

Piestewa Peak
www.phoenix.gov/PARKS/hikephx.html
Surrounding the base of 2,608-foot Piestewa Peak, the Phoenix
Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation
Area are gateways into diverse desert that offers everything from
fantastic views to secluded valleys. You don’t have to fight crowds on
the Piestewa Peak Summit Trail to enjoy the area—the area boasts
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dozens of miles of trails to enjoy the glory of the Sonoran Desert in


relative solitude. An assortment of picnic area nestled in the hills offer
a picturesque spot for gathering. 2800 E. Squaw Peak Rd., Phoenix,
AZ. Phone: 602-262-6862. 12 miles/19.3 kilometers

Superstition Mountains
www.americansouthwest.net/arizona/superstition-mountains/index.html
The Superstitions are the largest of the
mountain ranges surrounding Phoenix. They
rise steeply above the flat desert to a high
point of 5,024 feet, and are characterized
by sheer-sided, jagged, volcanic peaks and
ridges separated by boulder-filled canyons,
all covered by saguaro at low elevations, with
other cacti and bushes higher up. There are four trailheads for the
most visited western half that includes the Superstition Mountains;
at the end of Peralta Road (FR 77, a good quality 8 mile gravel track
starting near Gold Canyon), First Water Road (FR 78) branching off
Arizona 88 near Goldfield, Canyon Lake Marina, and FR 213, a rough
track south from the Apache Trail a few miles beyond Tortilla Flat.
For an introduction to the mountains, several short trails start from
the Lost Dutchman State Park near Apache Junction. 6109 N. Apache
Trail, Apache Junction, AZ. Phone: 480-952-4485. Approximately 50
miles/80.5 kilometers

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The Musical Instrument Museum


www.themim.org
The Musical Instrument Museum features more than three thousand
instruments and artifacts from around the world, as well as an ongo-
ing program of exciting live performances. 4725 East Mayo Boulevard,
Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-478-6000. 2 miles/2.4 kilometers

Taliesen West
www.franklloydwright.org
Taliesen West was Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home. Visitors sit in
Wright-designed furniture and experience first-hand the drama of
being a guest in Wright’s famous living room. Knowledgeable guides
explain how the architecture relates to the natural desert and provide
an overview of Wright’s basic theories of design. Tours run throughout
the day. 12621 North Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-860‑2700, ext. 494. 11 miles/17.7 kilometers

Cave Creek
www.cavecreek.org
Experience the true Arizona in Cave Creek—eclectic
shopping, art galleries and the unrivaled beauty of the
Sonoran Desert. More than 30 restaurants to choose
from, everything from fine dining to cowboy cook-
outs. Horseback riding, rodeos, country and western
dancing, museums, parks and nature preserves, hiking and biking
and old mining tours. 37622 N. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek, AZ.
Phone: 480-488-1400. 12 miles/19.3 kilometers

Heard Museum
www.heard.org
For nearly 75 years, the Heard Museum has been a Phoenix
landmark, where visitors from across the globe come to learn about
the region’s Native cultures and art. The Heard Museum’s exhibit
galleries feature a variety of historic, traditional and contemporary
Native art and provide an intimate, first-person perspective enhanced
by detailed explanation from their talented Las Guias tour guides.
Heard North Scottsdale: 32633 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-344-3380. 10 miles/16 kilometers
Heard Museum: 2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ.
Phone: 602-252-8848. 21 miles/33.7 kilometers

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Horseback Riding
www.horsebackarizona.com
Trail rides take you into the scenic Sonoran Desert,
and the foothills of the Tonto National Forest, where
riders experience a virtually undisturbed wilderness
environment. 44029 North Spur Cross Road, Cave
Creek, AZ. Phone: 480-488-9117 or 1-800-758-9530.
16 miles/25.7 kilometers

Scottsdale Art Walk


www.scottsdalegalleries.com
There are more than 100 art galleries in Scottsdale. Every Thursday
night, the Scottsdale Gallery Association members host special
exhibits and join together for an informal “open house” throughout
the district. Casual and eclectic, it’s a great time to visit the galleries
and learn about the work of the Southwest’s outstanding artists.
Scottsdale Road & Main Street.
19 miles/30.5 kilometers

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art


www.smoca.org
SMoCA is an educational institution dedicated to presenting
exhibitions on contemporary and modern art, architecture, and
design. Old Town Scottsdale. 7374 East 2nd Street, Scottsdale, AZ.
Phone: 480-874-4666. 19 miles/30.5 kilometers

Phoenix Art Museum


www.phxart.org
This is one of the largest art museums in the
Southwest. Exhibits cover decorative arts, historical
fashions, Spanish colonial furnishings and religious art, and, of
course, works by members of the Cowboy Artists of America. The
collection of modern and contemporary art is particularly good, with
works by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder,
Henry Moore, Georgia O’Keeffe, Henri Rousseau, and Auguste Rodin.
The cafe here is a good spot for lunch. 1625 North Central Avenue,
Phoenix, AZ. 24-hour Information: 602-257-1222.
20 miles/32 kilometers

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Desert Botanical Garden


www.dbg.org
Nestled amid the red buttes of Papago Park, the
Desert Botanical Garden hosts one of the world’s
finest collections of desert plants. One of only 44
botanical gardens accredited by the American
Association of Museums, this one-of-a-kind museum
showcases 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits.
1201 North Galvin Parkway, Phoenix, AZ. Phone: 480-941-1225. 23
miles/37 kilometers

Jeep Tours
www.wildwestjeeptours.com
Phone: 480-922-0144
www.arizonatrails.com/jeeptours.asp
Phone: 480-837-4284 or toll free 1-888-799-4284.

Hot Air Balloons


www.arizonahotairballoons.com
Phone: 480-282-8686. 3 miles/4.8 kilometers
www.hotairexpeditions.com
Phone: 480‑502‑6999; Toll Free: 1-800-831-7610.
5 miles/8 kilometers

Bartlett Lake
www.bartlettlake.com
Bartlett Lake, located in the heart of the Tonto National Forest, is
the second largest lake in the Phoenix Metro Valley area. Outdoor
enthusiasts frequent Bartlett Lake for a variety of recreational
opportunities, including shoreline camping in Arizona’s natural desert
terrain. While in this part of the Tonto National Forest, visitors may
see mule, deer, bald eagles, javelina, coyotes, and many indigenous
desert plants, including the majestic saguaro, mesquite trees and
blooming ocotillo. Bartlett Lake Marina. 20808 East Bartlett Dam
Road, Scottsdale, AZ. Phone: 602-316-3378. 32 miles/51.5 kilometers

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Canyon Lake
www.canyonlakemarina.com
Less than an hour drive from Phoenix at an elevation of 1,660 feet
lies the unspoiled beauty of Canyon Lake. Here, you’ll revel in a
playground with more than 28 miles of cactus-dotted shoreline,
explore wondrous rock formations, discover peaceful private coves
and spot countless species of birds, Big Horn sheep, deer, and
javelina roaming freely through the landscape. Waterski, jet ski, or
wind sail with over 950 surface acres of sparkling waters to run. Tuck
into a secluded cove and fish for bass, trout, and many other kinds of
fish, or take a leisurely cruise and marvel at the scenery. 16802 N.E.
Highway 88, Tortilla Flat, AZ. Phone: 480-288-9233. 60 miles/96.5
kilometers

Montezuma Castle
www.nps.gov/moca/index.htm
Gaze through the windows of the past into one
of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North
America. This 20-room high-rise apartment,
nestled into a towering limestone cliff, tells a
1,000 year-old story of ingenuity and survival
in an unforgiving desert landscape. Take your
time as you wander the trails exploring pre-historic Sinaguan cliff
dwellings, pueblo ruins, and a 1,000 year old irrigation ditch that
still in use by local residents today. 2800 Montezuma Castle Highway,
Camp Verde, AZ. Phone: 928‑567‑3322. 86 miles/138 kilometers

Sedona
www.visitsedona.com
The beautiful red rock country is a must-see day trip—
beautiful scenery, eclectic shops, art galleries and
great restaurants. Visitors conveniently can spend a
day hiking, horseback riding, or bouncing in a Jeep on
trails and dirt roads that crisscross this area. Indeed,
this is the paradox and enchantment of Sedona:
luxurious resorts and bed and breakfasts, unique
shops, impressive art galleries and fine restaurants
nestled in an unusually rugged canyon surrounded by an expansive
national forest. 108 miles/173.8 kilometers

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Jerome
www.azjerome.com
“America’s Most Vertical City” and “Largest
Ghost Town in America”. Located high on top
of Cleopatra Hill (5,200 feet) between Prescott
and Flagstaff is the historic copper mining town
of Jerome, AZ. Today the mines are silent, and
Jerome has become the largest ghost town
in America. Jerome is now a bustling tourist magnet and artistic
community with a population of about 450. It includes a modicum of
artists, craft people, musicians, writers, hermits, bed and breakfast
owners, museum caretakers, gift shop proprietors and fallen-down-
building landlords. Due to the 30-degree incline of the mountainside,
gravity has pulled a number of buildings down the slope. To the
delight of some, one of those buildings was the town’s jail. Those
buildings still standing make for interesting visiting and with a little
research you can find their historical significance. 121 miles/194
kilometers

Kartchner Caverns
www.azparks.com/Parks/KACA/index.html
Kept secret since its discovery in 1974, Kartchner Caverns was announced
to the world in 1988. Still virtually pristine, this massive limestone cave
has 13,000 feet of passages and two rooms as long as football fields.
Finally opened as a state park November 12, 1999, this underground
wilderness will remain protected while offering visitors a rare tour
through multicolored cave formations. All tours are guided by a trained
tour guide. Reservations are strongly recommended. Arizona-90 South,
Saint David, AZ. 520-586-CAVE. 183 miles/294.5 kilometers

Tombstone
www.cityoftombstone.com
“The Town too Tough to Die,” Tombstone was perhaps the most
renowned of Arizona’s old mining camps. Days of
lawlessness and violence, which nearly had then-
President Chester A. Arthur declaring martial law in
Tombstone and sending in military troops to restore order,
climaxed with the infamous Earp-Clanton battle, fought
near the rear entrance of the O.K. Corral, on October
26, 1881. The citizenry of Tombstone decided rather than
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depending on a vanishing mining industry, they would focus their time


and energy on tourism and restoration. Truly a Historical American
Landmark, Tombstone is America’s best example of our 1880 western
heritage, which is well preserved with original 1880’s buildings and
artifacts featured in numerous museums. 201 miles/323 kilometers

Grand Canyon
www.nps.gov/grca
It may be well worth your while to plan a short
trip to the Grand Canyon while you are in
Arizona. While camping, mule tours, air tours
and back country hiking trips may be a part of
some vacation plans, often people just want to
drive up for a day or two, see the magnificence
of the Grand Canyon, and then head back to
the Phoenix area. If you plan to go to the Grand Canyon for just the
day, you can get in at least 4 or 5 hours before heading back home.
This, of course, assumes you leave early and prepare for a long, tiring
day. Phone: 928-638-7888. 220 miles/354 kilometers

Hualapai Skywalk
www.destinationgrandcanyon.com
The glass walkway protruding over the rim is on the Hualapai Indian
Reservation, not in the Grand Canyon National Park. The Skywalk
is at the west end of Grand Canyon approximately 250 miles (400
km) from the South Rim. Peach Springs, AZ. For information or to
make reservations: 877-716-9378 or 702-878-9378. 267 miles/429.6
kilometers

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