Dear Arizona Travel: Beat the Summer Heat?

  Dear Arizona Travel: We plan on visiting Arizona this summer and want to do a lot of fun stuff, Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at June 5th
Arizona Biker-Friendly Hotels and Motels

In the spirit of Arizona Bike Week 2013 and as a complement our 7 Best Arizona Scenic Drives, we thought Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at April 3rd
Farmers Markets That Produce

  Phoenix often feels like it’s actually in the world’s southern hemisphere rather than just the southern half of the Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at November 7th
Pumpkin Patches and Family Fun Around AZ

  Take the kids out for some fun this October at one of the handful of pumpkin patches around the Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at October 10th
October Kicks Off with Weekend Events

  All over Arizona, temperatures are ratcheting down and outdoor events are ramping up. ‘Tis the season for locals, families Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at October 3rd
Downtown Phoenix by Foot, Bike or Rail

  Ever wondered if you can plan a getaway to downtown Phoenix and skip the rental car? You can! The Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at September 5th
Dog Friendly AZ

I don’t know about the rest of you dog owners, but my mutt and I have run into some challenges Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at August 29th
Hiking Guide: Grand Canyon Rim to Rim

The rim-to-rim Grand Canyon hike has been described as one of the best day hikes in the world. However, even Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at August 22nd
Arizona Caves and Caverns

One of the best things about living in Arizona is the variety of temperatures that can be experienced if you Continue Reading

posted by ArizTravel at August 1st

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Bio: Bio: It’s not like the film “Heathers,” but the authors of ArizTravel do have the same first name, Christina Hecht and Christina Zubieta (Chrissy). They maintain six Arizona travel websites, and one day, Christina H realized that many of the questions people were asking through the sites had answers that anyone visiting Arizona could benefit from. Thus, the birth of the blog. The Christinas earn a living from selling advertising on their sites, but they accept no compensation or freebies for blog postings. Christina H enjoys being a tour guide. She’s really proud of her ability to find the back roads to almost anywhere she goes. And Chrissy Z’s spirit of adventure is borderline crazy. So you have one Christina to get you going in a great direction and the other to help you explore.


Website: http://www.ariztravel.com