Most People Don’t Know About These Fascinating Geologic Wonders Located In Arizona

Living in a state that’s home to natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, Havasu Falls and Antelope Canyon makes it difficult to justify vacationing anywhere else. Why would we, when we have so much to see and do right in our own back yard? While those popular, touristy places mentioned above are top-of-mind for visitors, there are some places in Arizona that are geologic wonders also worthy of exploring. For instance, did you know Arizona is home to seven sky islands?

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There is a whole world out there to explore (beyond the usual tourist stops) in the Grand Canyon State. How soon can you include a trip to a real Sky Island in your plans?

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