Want to explore the scenic Verde Valley of Central Arizona, but don't know where to start? A Phoenix-based company has the trip for you.

Phoenix Company Launches Guided Verde Valley Tour | Arizona Highways

We're proud to offer Jackalope Trading Post's women's "Goldwater" tee in our online store. Handprinted right here in Arizona, it's a great way to wear your love for the state. #shoplocal

Women's Arizona T-shirt - Arizona Highways Store

A mule that takes Grand Canyon visitors from the South Rim to Phantom Ranch is looking for a name, and you can help choose it.

You Can Help Name the Grand Canyon's Newest Mule | Arizona Highways

If you live in Phoenix or have spent much time here, you know it's a big place. But how does it compare with some of the world's other major cities...

Here in Phoenix, We Like to Spread Out | Arizona Highways

Saguaro National Park is home to a lot of saguaros, but it's home to a lot of other plants, animals and attractions, too. Here are just a few of the spectacular sights you submitted for this week's Friday Fotos theme. To learn more about the park, pick up our March issue, on newsstands now.

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From the issue: "'Where Cholla is King' by Earl E. Petroff. Scene photographed about a hundred yards off the Bartlett Lake road and about eight...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, February 1964 | Arizona Highways

Each of the past 10 years, Fort Verde State Historic Park in Camp Verde has hosted a look back at a key part of American military history. The Buffalo Soldiers were members of the first African-American regiments of the U.S. Army. Formed in the 1860s, the regiments fought in the Indian Wars, which o...

Q&A: Buffalo Soldiers Live On at Fort Verde State Historic Park | Arizona Highways

The Arizona Opera is about to launch a production based on an iconic Western novel — with help from legendary Arizona artist Ed Mell.

Ed Mell, Arizona Opera Bring Zane Grey Novel to Life | Arizona Highways

Today is nationally known as Valentine's Day, but in the Grand Canyon State, February 14 has another, more consequential meaning. On February 14,...

Happy Arizona Statehood Day! (Oh, and Valentine's Day) | Arizona Highways

Happy Statehood Day! What's your favorite part of Arizona? Sunflowers blanket the Sunset Crater area as a monsoon storm rolls in in this photograph by Dan Heacock, yet another finalist in our annual photography contest.
The Milky Way stretches across the night sky at White Pocket in the Vermilion Cliffs in this photograph, a finalist in our annual photography contest. View more at . Photo by Charles Claude
On Thanksgiving Day in 2015, Larry Wendt watched as the restaurant he took over in 1998, Buffalo Chip Saloon and Steakhouse, burned to the ground....

Cave Creek's Historic Buffalo Chip Returns After Fire | Arizona Highways

The red, yellow, orange and blue of Arizona's flag lends itself to many photographic interpretations, as you demonstrated in this week's Friday Fotos theme. Thanks for helping us celebrate next week's Arizona Statehood Day; here are just a few of your submissions. Have a great weekend, everyone!

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From the issue: "Our cover this month might remind you of the Alps or much colder climes, but in truth the picture was taken by Bob Fronske of the...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, February 1942 | Arizona Highways

Next week, Arizona turns 105 years old. Thus, this week's Friday Fotos theme is "the Arizona flag." We're looking for photos that capture the colors, design or just overall spirit of our state's symbol. (We've included a visual aid here).

Post your Arizona-made photos to our wall (not as comments below) no later than 7 p.m. Thursday. Please limit your submissions to two per person, and don't...
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The Arizona Department of Transportation is considering ways to reduce backups from crashes and congestion along a stretch of Interstate 17 north...

ADOT Considers Reversible Lane on Stretch of I-17 | Arizona Highways

Do you have your copy of our new Arizona Highways Wildlife Guide yet? If not, you can pick one up this week in Tucson — and get it signed by the...

Meet the Author of Our Wildlife Guide in Tucson | Arizona Highways

There are 30 finalists in our annual photography contest. View them here:

Arizona Highways Photo Contest | Arizona Highways Magazine

Jack August, a historian who made Arizona's people, places and past his life's work, died last month in Phoenix after a brief illness. He was 63.

Jack August, Prolific Arizona Historian, Dies at 63 | Arizona Highways

With Arizona's great weather (most of the year), it's no surprise that all kinds of sports go on here. Here are a few of your wonderful Friday Fotos submissions from around the state. Enjoy the game on Sunday, and be safe!

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