All have our bucket lists ready to be ticked out. Arizona has many such locations, but we understand the needs of the youth today as most are behind in seeking an adrenaline spike, so Arizona shuttle has listed out a few such destinations that will serve your purpose. But it's time you update your bucket list with these adventures that give you an overall thrilling experience for all the young blood out there seeking adventure and exciting experiences.
Devil's Bridge Trail
The Devil’s Bridge trail is located near Sedona, Arizona. It is a natural sandstone arch that offers a stunning sight to enjoy your getaway. The path is a 6.3 km out-and-back type, moderately challenging hiking area with a steep hike where you can enjoy an off-roading experience. It is a trendy area where you will encounter others exploring the place with leashed dogs.
This motel chain was built during the 1930s and 1940s. It is famous for its tipis form stay, which is also widely referred to as wigwams. The tipis are set up in a square arrangement with 15 concrete and steel wigwams. The room consists of all the basic requirements that a hotel room consists of, with original restored furniture, satellite TV, and a window-mounted air conditioner. The motel is a historic landmark as two of three motels are located on U.S. Route 66 in Holbrook, Arizona. You can stay here and explore nearby places like Petrified Forest National Park, Meteor Carter, and the Grand Canyon.
O.K stands for old Kindersley, which was falsely believed to be a historic shootout site but instead, it was made a famous shootout site for the film Gunfight at the O.K Corral in 1975. Visitors visit the location believing it is a historic gunfight location with bullet marks, whereas the actual shootout occurred on October 26, 1881. This place is a mystery, so visit and find out the story.
Climb The Bisbee 1000
It is one of the unique adventures in Arizona; it is also called “ The Great Stair Climb.” It is a staircase climb throughout the city containing over 1000 steps of 4.6 miles. Bisbee is a mining town that was established in the 1880s. The town is uniquely built into the mountains other than being spread out like others. There is also a race conducted every October, but you can any time hike the Bisbee 1000 at any time of the year.
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