This Hidden Spot In Arizona Is Unbelievably Beautiful And You’ll Want To Find It

Often referred to as Arizona’s second Grand Canyon, Sycamore Canyon is one gorgeous place hiding all kinds of alluring sights. You can find the beautiful, babbling Sycamore Creek, ancient buildings that still stand all these centuries later, plenty of wildlife, and, of course, nature’s beautiful self. There is one hidden little spot near the north end of the canyon that is known for its unique rock formations, rock climbing area, and a seasonal waterfall.

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To find Paradise Forks, you’ll want to hike along Sycamore Rim Trail. Information can be found at the Forest Service website. When you visit, remember to respect nature by leaving no trace!

Want to read about another fantastic hidden spot in Arizona? You’ll love Coal Mine Canyon near Tuba City! Read more in There’s A Little Known Unique Canyon In Arizona And It’s Truly Stunning.