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 By AZBW    RVing    October 1, 2021 

Horseshoe Bend

From Visit Arizona.com Horseshoe Bend attracts 2 million visitors every year and is one of the most photographed sites in northern Arizona. Here, we walk you through need-to-know details for how to... Full story

 
 By AZBW    RVing    April 1, 2021

Hiking Arizona State Parks

'Pick a trail and lace up your shoes.' From Arizona State Parks And Trails Attention Arizona hikers! If you're looking for a great way to get outdoors any time of year with friends or the family,... Full story

 
 By NPS    Wildlife    December 1, 2019

Lees Ferry

Christmas Bird Count For Kids December 14 The second annual Glen Canyon Christmas Bird Count for Kids will be held on Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Lees Ferry Boat Launch Ramp (8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.... Full story

 

Lake Powell Fish Report - Spoon Up Some Stripers

At press time, Lake Powell was continuing to drop about one foot per week. The Castle Rock Cut should be passable for another two months. It was recently announced that a High Flow Experiment (HFE) wi... Full story

 

There Are Beautiful Places To Cool Off In Arizona

In Arizona, people tend to think of heading north to cool off in the summer, but there are many places in the southern and eastern areas of our beautiful state that also offer higher altitudes, cool... Full story

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

ON THE COVER - Come To Cool Places

This issue's photos and article from Margie Anderson highlight one of the "coolest" areas of our state: Payson and its nearby delights, including fascinating trails, water falls, cool pools, and... Full story

 
 By AZBW    RVing    July 1, 2017

Rainbow Bridge Gains Traditional Cultural Property

The National Park Service has designated Rainbow Bridge a Traditional Cultural Property, recognizing the site's historic and ongoing cultural significance to at least six American Indian tribes, and... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Events   

On The Cover - Summer Starts With Sailing

Many find it hard to believe that sailing is even available in Arizona, much less that it is so popular. Yes, the Desert Southwest even has sailing clubs, yacht clubs, and many sailing courses and... Full story

 
 By GCNP    RVing    June 1, 2016

Tourism To Glen Canyon, Rainbow Bridge Created Jobs, Economic Benefits

A National Park Service (NPS) report shows that nearly 2.5 million people visited Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument in 2015. Those visitors spent over $171... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    June 1, 2016

Comments Sought On Proposals Ro Change Lake Roosevelt Daily Catch Limit On Trout

Fisheries managers are seeking public input through July 25 on proposals for changing the daily catch limit on trout at Lake Roosevelt, the Columbia River reservoir in northeast Washington. The... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    April 1, 2016

Lower Yakima River To Open For Spring Chinook Fishing

Action: Open the lower Yakima River to fishing for spring chinook salmon Species affected: Chinook salmon Dates: April 29 through June 15, 2016 Location: From the Hwy. 240 bridge in Richland (river... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    February 1, 2016

No Need To Wait Until Spring To Catch Fish, Observe Wildlife

Temperatures are warming, birds are singing and the lower Columbia River will soon be teeming with spring chinook salmon. Spring is still a ways off, but February offers plenty of opportunities to enj... Full story

 
 By AZBW    RVing    January 1, 2016

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Receives

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is one of 113 national parks selected to receive a 2015 field-trip grant from the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America's national parks.... Full story

 

Two Sections Of The Yakima River To Open For Spring Chinook Fishing

Action: Open two sections of the Yakima River to fishing for hatchery spring chinook salmon. Species affected: Hatchery chinook salmon. Locations & Dates: Area 1: Open daily May 2 through June 15 from the Hwy. 240 bridge in Richland (river mile 2.1)... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Fishing    December 15, 2014

AZGFD Report Excerpts - As Weather Cools, Some Good Catches Reported

Tip Of The Week At Apache Lake, anglers have been catching a high number of largemouth bass in the 1-2-pound range on Lucky Craft rip baits. The Reel Deal Some reported hot spots have been Bartlett... Full story

 
 By GCNP    RVing    December 15, 2014

Rainbow Bridge National Monument To Close For Trail Repair

Rainbow Bridge National Monument will be closed for the month of January to complete repairs to the trail from Lake Powell. On Jan. 5, 2015 crews will begin work to repair segments of the trail that... Full story

 

Southern Arizona Bass Lakes That Are Often-Overlooked

Even native Arizonans tend to overlook the southern bass lakes when they get the urge to bass fish. The biggest lakes are in the central part of the state and along the Colorado River, and those... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    July 15, 2014

Lake Powell Rises Significantly

Lake Powell is rising a foot per day as abundant snowpack in northern Colorado and Wyoming continues to feed the Colorado and Green Rivers. Runoff into Lake Powell that began in earnest in the middle... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Events   

Lakeshore Drive Road Rehabilitation EA

Page, AZ – The National Park Service (NPS) invites the public to provide comments related to the proposed rehabilitation, restoration and resurfacing of approximately five miles of Lakeshore Drive,... Full story

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    June 15, 2014

(With Or Without Kids)

Lynx Lake One of our favorite little hikes in the pines is the easy trail #311 that circles Lynx Lake. Most of this trail is shaded by trees, and the lake and the forest around it are gorgeous. We oft... Full story

 
 By AZBW    WOOT    June 15, 2014

Lake Powell On Its Way To A40-Foot Rise

PAGE, Ariz. – Lake Powell is rising a foot per day as abundant snowpack in northern Colorado and Wyoming continues to feed the Colorado and Green Rivers. Runoff into Lake Powell that began in... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Fishing    April 15, 2014

AZGFD Fishing Tip Of The Week

For something different, head to Lynx Lake, where some anglers reportedly are having some decent action catching brown trout. Here's the tip: Try fishing a No. 18 or 20 with wooly bugger about 4 feet...

 
 By WOT    WOOT    February 15, 2014

National Park Service Requests Public Input On Two Plans

Quagga/Zebra Mussel Comprehensive Management As of January 2014, approximately 1,300 adult quagga mussels have been found and removed from Lake Powell. We are finding additional adult mussels as the... Full story

 
 By WOT    RVing    September 15, 2013

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

CLOSED -- Rainbow Bridge National Monument is closed indefinitely due to a trail washout after heavy rains fell in the area during the summer. The damage includes a complete loss of approximately 150... Full story

 

Step Aboard

There's no better way to see the best of what Lake Powell has to offer while learning about its history and geology than stepping aboard our guided boat tours available only from Wahweap Marina at the Lake Powell Resort. Enjoy the romance of a... Full story

 

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