Taliesin Preservation
Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s greatest architect

While Wright’s historical impact on architecture remains apparent to this day, the source of his inspiration can be traced to his family roots in Wisconsin where he worked and lived throughout his career. The natural resources at Taliesin inform much of what we know as Organic Architecture. From May through October, guided tours of Taliesin discuss Wright’s work and its multi-use campus — including a farm, home, school, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center — preserved to this day as a living laboratory to explore Wright’s innovations and legacy.

The Destination For All Seasons

During the winter season skiing, sledding and snow play are often the best daytime activities. To get your thrills shredding powder head to the Arizona Snowbowl for alpine skiing and snowboarding. For snowshoeing, snow bike riding and cross country skiing adventures you will want to get a trail pass at the Flagstaff Nordic Center.

Navajo National Parks

Located at the crossroads of Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico, the great Navajo Nation is a land of striking contrast spanning some 27,000 square miles. Sprinkled with lakes and ponds, stunning plateaus, lush gorges and sandstone walls, it is easy to appreciate why the Navajo people have such a strong connection with the land.

Arizona Golf Resort
Experience First Class

Sunshine is on the itinerary at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, where the AAA Five Diamond resort is celebrating its 25th anniversary with terrific activities for the entire family. Winter begins with the "Christmas at the Princess" festival with a 65,000-light musical tree, an all-new Desert Ice Holiday Rink and the Princess Express Train taking guests through a magnificent holiday Lagoon Lights display, November 27, 2012-January 6, 2013.


Mesa Arizona
Canada's Love Affair With Mesa, Arizona

In the valley of the sun, Mesa is fast becoming the next hot spot boasting an assortment of lifestyle and leisure in high demand by visitors.