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Havasupai falls permits: Prices go up for 2018

Havasu Falls is one of the most photographed spots on the trail to the Havasupai campground. Nov. 1, 2016(Photo: Dawn Gilbertson/The Republic)It will cost more to visit the stunning blue-green Havasupai waterfalls in northern Arizona this year.The Havasupai Tribe, which oversees the remote corner of Grand Canyon that is home

Essential Arizona beer tour: 12 Tucson breweries

In elegant taprooms and boisterous bars, Tucson brewers make beers, ales to savor.The Public Brewhouse nanobrewery is a little hard to find, tucked in a small warehouse (or is it a huge shed?) just off busy Fourth Avenue. But it’s well worth finding, thanks to its adventurous menu of beers.(Photo:

Puerto Peñasco: State Department travel warning remains the same

On the edge of Sandy Beach, at the base of the rocky formation that gave this city its name, a breakwater dock juts into the Gulf of California. Soon, Sonora state and local officials hope to make the dock a home port for cruise ships. Wochit The beach at Las Conchas in Puerto

Get free admission to national parks on MLK Day, Jan. 15

The V-Bar-V Heritage Site, along Wet Beaver Creek in the Coconino National Forest, holds the largest collection of petroglyphs in the Verde Valley. More than 1,000 petroglyphs, including an assortment of animal, humanoid and geometric figures, were pecked into the rock here from about 1150 to 1400.(Photo: The Arizona Republic)If

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