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January 15, 2018, No comments

Silhouetted by the setting sun, the Giant Saguaro Cactus is the universal symbol of the American Southwest. It flourishes only in the Sonoran Desert areas of Arizona, New Mexico and […]

Pueble Indian Ruins of Montezuma Castle

Visit the Pueblo Indian Ruins of the Southwest

December 26, 2017, No comments

The Hohokam Indians first settled a long stretch of the Verde River in central Arizona and were later followed by the Sinagua Indians. The Sinagua are ...

Celebrate the Holidays on the Cinder Bear Express

December 17, 2017, Comments Off on Celebrate the Holidays on the Cinder Bear Express

For a limited time only, you can celebrate the holidays on the Cinder Bear Express — a special holiday train on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Rai ...

Sounds of the Season: Mormon Tabernacle Choir

December 10, 2017, Comments Off on Sounds of the Season: Mormon Tabernacle Choir

At any time of year, listening to a concert by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is a special event, but nothing is more spectacular than the Christmas conc ...

  • Polar Express: Arizona Style!
    December 3, 2017, Comments Off on Polar Express: Arizona Style!

    All aboard The Polar Express! This magical journey is offered by the Grand Canyon Railway each year to help families experience the wonder and joy of Christmas. The Polar Express […]

  • Christmas on the Pecos
    November 27, 2017, Comments Off on Christmas on the Pecos

    Christmas on the Pecos gives homeowners along the Pecos River in Carlsbad, New Mexico, a chance to go “overboard” for the holiday season. This magical vista is created by over […]

  • Top 10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas in Denver
    November 21, 2017, Comments Off on Top 10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas in Denver

    Denver has literally thousands of things to do and see during the holidays, but here are See The Southwest’s top picks (in no particular order) to help you celebrate the […]

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    Tuacahn Amphiteatre
    November 15, 2017, Comments Off on Tuacahn Amphiteatre

    Christmas in the Canyon The Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts sits on an 80 acre parcel of land at the base of Padre Canyon in Ivins, Utah. This […]

  • Valley of Fires National Recreation Area
    November 5, 2017, Comments Off on Valley of Fires National Recreation Area

    Around 5,000 years ago, a volcano known today as Little Black Peak, erupted filling the Tularosa Basin with molten rock. The resulting lava flow was 44 miles long and 6 […]

  • Critters, Creepies and Crawlies
    October 28, 2017, Comments Off on Critters, Creepies and Crawlies

    When the moon is full, all sorts of creepy, crawly critters come out to play in the Four Corner states. Especially during the warmer months, many insects and spider are […]

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