Hike beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Take advantage of our bigger package and also see the Grand Canyon.
As we begin to brainstorm our 2021 list of potential adventures, travels, and experiences, many will find a Southwest Adventure upon the list. Contemporary travelers are planning adventures away from family and friends, with a new trend: solo travel. This path of independence allows individuals to embark on adventures into the wild alone, but not […]Read more
Summer temperatures in the southwestern U.S. can be extreme. And though there are certainly cooler times of year to go hiking and backpacking out here, when planned thoughtfully and carefully, a hike can be extremely enjoyable. But one of the most important elements is proper hydration and nourishment. Too many people miss at least one […]Read more
Four Season Guides, located in Flagstaff, Arizona is gearing up to celebrate 20 years in business as a tour operator. The business, which is located in Northern Arizona, not far from the Grand Canyon, is both locally owned and owner-operated. When people hear the brand “Four Season”, they often confuse it with the resort – […]Read more
Magnificent. Magical. Mysterious. Those are all words used to describe hiking in the canyons of the American Southwest. It begins with the Grand Canyon, two billion years in the making, and filters down to the many box canyons and slot canyons scattered across the landscape that few know, and even fewer are fortunate enough to […]Read more
“These are special places where nature still calls the shots.” That is how the United States Forest Service describes 109 million acres of wilderness under its guidance – a swath of land greater than the size of California. There are questions the Forest Service poses in preparation to visiting these “special places”: How reliant are […]Read more
We have all heard about athletes “playing through pain.” It usually refers not to constant irritation but when a specific movement is required – throwing a ball, making a particular sports move and so on. In hiking it is different. If you have a foot malady you are in pain EVERY time you step. So […]Read more
The word “Sedona” conjures up magical images in the hiker’s mind. The name itself is a trick of the mind, dreamed up by the mother of the wife of the town’s first postmaster, Sedona Arabella Miller Schnebly. The Missouri native was well-known for her hospitality to travelers to the Flagstaff, Arizona area around the turn […]Read more