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    17 Ridonkulously Beautiful Places In Arizona You've Gotta See To Believe

    So much to see and do in just one state!

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    1. Saguaro National Park

    a field of giant cactus in a desert landscape at sunset

    2. The Wave

    a person standing in an orange and brown rock formation that looks like a giant wave

    3. Grand Canyon

    dusk light shines over a giant rocky canyon with a river at the bottom

    4. Camelback Mountain

    the view from the top of a rocky mountain, over the suburban area of a city

    5. Sedona vortexes

    earthy rock formations reflected in a glass-like natural pool of water

    6. West Fork Trail

    a rocky stream surrounded by canyons and trees

    7. Coal Mine Canyon

    a huge canyon made of white and red rocks, with unique formations

    8. Horseshoe Bend

    an aerial view of a river that naturally makes a U-turn, carving a horseshoe shape into a deep canyon

    9. Havasupai Falls

    a waterfall flowing over red cliffs into a bright blue pool

    10. Antelope Canyon

    an underground canyon with vibrant colored walls and light shining through a crack in the roof

    11. Lake Powell

    a kayak paddle in the water, a narrow river surrounded by sandstone cliffs

    12. Sonoran Desert National Monument

    tall cacti in a scrubby desert field at sunset

    13. Monument Valley Tribal Park

    a vast flat desert plain with giant rock formations emerging from the ground

    14. Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

    a huge cactus with multiple arms shooting straight up surrounded by wildflowers in the desert

    15. Petrified Forest National Park

    a close-up look at a piece of fossilized wood that looks like a colorful rock

    16. Meteor Crater

    bird's-eye view of a giant crater with rippled edges in the ground

    17. Coconino National Forest

    Looking down into a lush green mountain valley filled with trees and rolling hills stretching out into the distance

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