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Arizona Outdoor Fun wants you to get out in nature and get your blood flowing! They offer all kinds of services to get you out and adventuring around. At the warehouse, you can rent equipment like ATVs and jet-skis and they'll even let you know the best places to take them. If you'd rather follow someone else's lead, you can take one of their exhilarating guided tours. There are also a couple of "show up and ride locations" at Lake Pleasant and Scottsdale.
Located near the heart of Scottsdale, the Camelback Mountain watches over Phoenix, Arizona's sweeping semi-arid plains from a spectacular elevation of nearly 1,400 feet (426.72 meters). The mountain gets its name from the resemblance it bears to the unmistakable shape of a camel's hump. The north trailhead offers views of red cliffs rising 200 feet (61 meters) in some areas, beckoning rock climbers with its challenges. Antelope squirrels, lizards, and snakes are the landscape's most widely-spread inhabitants. The Praying Monk red sandstone formation is arguably the site's most noticeable sight.
See Arizona's rivers from the perspective of early adventurers, meaning right in the middle of them! These outfitters offer enchanting motorized or oar-driven trips in Arizona. Choose from the Upper Salt, Gila or Verde rivers for a close-up view of the desert, or try an intimate adventure down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Tame the lively and thundering Colorado like Major John Wesley Powell did before you in 1869. Call for additional information.
As you ascend you will be astounded at how light you feel. Hovering over the valley, you can see and hear the life of the Sonoran desert. Certain tours even up the romantic factor. Upon landing, an elegant table setting, complete with tablecloth and china, awaits you. Delicacies prepared by famed Phoenix chef Vincent Guerithault will whisk you away to a culinary wonderland. This is not for those on a tight budget but it's definitely worth the money spent for the memory created! The launch site is at Cave Creek and Jomax Road. Sunset flights operate seasonally, November through March.
This luxury air service company offers tours from the Phoenix and Scottsdale area. Soaring above it all, Westwind Air Service is a unique attraction for visitors and locals alike to take in the sites. Custom charters and tours are also available for those who'd like to map out their own itinerary. The most popular tours are the Grand Canyon excursions, with flights ranging from a quick 75 minutes, to a full day of sightseeing that will take you to breathtaking sights like Lake Powell, the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Monument Valley. A truly one of a kind experience, Westwind Air Service is one of the best ways to take in the gorgeous sights of Arizona.
Having been around for nearly three decades, Rainbow Ryders Inc. is one of Southwest's foremost hot air balloon company. Experience the scenic vistas of Scottsdale and Phoenix from a breathtaking view-point and you can also bring someone special along. At the end of each ride, receive the company's first flight certificate to commemorate your flight. Offering year-round sunrise flights, depending upon the weather, and sunset flights during winter, this panoramic adventure is a perfect addition to any itinerary.
Corral West Horse Adventures provides a safe and fun horseback riding experience in the picturesque town of Goodyear, near Phoenix. They have several tour options to choose from, like the one hour sunset ride, where you'll experience a Sonoran Desert sunset on horseback. Or their campfire dining ride, complete with cowboys and views of the twinkling lights of the city. They also have wagon rides - an educational experience good for all ages, especially the young ones who'd rather not be on horseback. A true old west adventure, Corral West Horse Adventures is a unique Arizona experience.