Upper Ribbon Falls

Upper Ribbon Falls waterfall

Upper Ribbon Falls Just about everyone visits Ribbon Falls in the Grand Canyon. Those that visit the Upper Ribbon Falls are in for quite the treat! Lucky me, I was being introduced to Upper Ribbon Falls by two Grand Canyon hiking gurus on my first trip down! Located just a few miles south of the Cottonwood Camp Ground off of …

Yaeger Canyon Loop Trail

Blue Skies

Yaeger Canyon Loop Trail A Winter Solstice Hike on the Yaeger Canyon Loop Trail was the perfect way to spend a day on Mingus Mountain. We started off with snow flurries and ended in sunshine! What more could you ask for when hiking in Northern Arizona with your buddies! Snow flurries and sunshine on the Yaeger Loop Trail. A post …

Echo Canyon Trail

Camel Head

Echo Canyon Trail One of the most popular Valley hikes is the Echo Canyon Trail on Camelback Mountain. It is also one of the more crowded hikes and during the holidays a heated controversial debate. However it may be, the Echo Canyon Trail was one hike I had to cross of my list and ultimately I am glad to say, …

Camelback Christmas Tree

Camelback Christmas Tree

Camelback Christmas Tree The Camelback Christmas Tree is back in the news. The tree is a hot debate with locals in the valley. Heated debates from social media to City of Phoenix public meetings are taking place. Group forums on Facebook have banned posts for and/or against. Verbal attacks have been captured on video at the top of the mountain. …

Wave Cave Trail

Catch a Wave

Wave Cave Trail Hike the Wave Cave Trail in the Superstition Wilderness. Who doesn’t want to catch a wave, in a cave, in the middle of the desert? If you are out in the Superstition Wilderness find the wave cave trail and you can do just that. It’s not a bad little hike, roughly 3 miles in and out total. …