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It looks like Mars, but this scenery is all Earth.
The Ironwood Forest is a true redemption story. Home to arroyos, plains, foothills, and mountains, the monument’s coarse and well-aerated soil allows roots to dig deep. The result: The world’s densest stands of ironwoods, low-growing shrubby trees that enrich the earth, enable the Ironwood Forest’s species diversity, and burst with purple-pink flowers in late spring.
Climb high and see 800-year-old canyon homes on this overnight trip.
The new state park lodging options have special intro rates through October.
Even with multiple heat-related rescue calls this summer, Parks and Recreation says hikers can keep hiking.
Rainfall and the upcoming monsoon season reduced fire danger across Arizona.
Campers have fled Havasupai Campground and will be helicoptered out of the Grand Canyon, reports say.
A huge increase in visitation is causing overcrowding and safety issues at the iconic overlook.
Rangers at Chiricahua National Monument are offering $60,000 for tips to help solve the mystery a ranger who never returned from a hike.
How and why the forests decide to implement fire restrictions--and why they sometimes don't work.
Starting now, annual pass holders will receive Arizona Highways gratis.
The forests have shuttered sections because of extreme wildfire risk.
The rule is now in effect to protect local canines.
Parts of the Tonto and Coconino National Forests close today due to extreme fire risk.
The Tucson-area park is currently open only for day use.
Officials will consider drought and wind conditions when they decide which zones to close.
The Sierra Club's annual legislative roundup found little success on conservation or water issues.
The man reported the find to the Bureau of Land Management, whose archeologist dated it back to the Ancestral Puebloan period.
Construction will restrict vehicle access to the popular spots May 9-16.
The Prescott, Coconino, and part of the Kaibab National Forests are toughening fire rules in response to high-risk conditions.
The 51-year-old man collapsed on the Cholla Trail on a 94-degree day.
The Utah national monument is the first national park unit to be named to the list.
The reservoir, which is only 22 percent full, is shuttered for the foreseeable future.
Predicted strong winds combined with dry conditions raise the risk of wildfire for the next few days.
Warm, dry weather means winter closures are lifting across the national forests.
The park is compiling the public's wish list on boat tours, lodging, restaurants, camping, and more.
Crews are readying for the building of a controversial eight-lane highway across three peaks.
Officials are asking the public for tips in the vandalism of four crosses at Oak Flat Campground.
The South Rim announced water shutoffs until the Transcanyon Waterline storage tanks can be replenished.
A new operator will begin running the system this summer.
More than 160,000 people applied for the 7,300 spots to hike the iconic sandstone canyon last year.
The agency has sped up the management planning process for the national monument despite lawsuits challenging recent boundary changes.
Drought means Arizona likely won't see a superbloom this spring, but these sites will still deliver.
Fees will be waived at a number of day-use sites for the holiday.
A majority of respondents in most states favor public lands policies, with a significant jump in support over two years ago.
This weekend through April 1, the festival brings delays to Gold Canyon.
The bill is a response to the White House's rollback of protections for Utah public lands.