Step into this other-worldly landscape and explore exquisite specimens of petrified wood among the badlands and barren desert.
Hike around this canyon just 10 miles outside Flagstaff, AZ and get up close to dozens of cliff dwellings.
Excavated in the 1930s, these ruins are the best preserved pueblo built by the Sinagua people in the Verde Valley.
It's not a castle, and has nothing to do with Montezuma! We visit these well-preserved cliff dwellings to find out more.
Over 800 identified Ancestral Puebloan ruins including the famous 100-room multistory Wupatki Pueblo that gives this National Monument its name.
Almost 1,000 years ago, a catastrophic volcanic eruption incinerated the land, displacing people who farmed here and changing the landscape forever.
Join us as we pack up our camping gear for the 3-day drive along the Mojave Road across North America's hottest and driest desert.
Kayaking, hiking, dolphin spotting and magical sunsets abound at these isolated and undeveloped islands just a short boat ride from Los Angeles.
You'd never know you're less than an hour from Los Angeles in this outdoor explorer's wonderland!
Enjoy spectacular views across San Diego's harbor and skyline, and learn a little history too!
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