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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.