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Encounter ARIZ O N A Verde River Kayaking For a real physical challenge, let professional climbing guides

from 360 Adventures help your group experience the thrill and challenge of rock climbing and rappelling through some of the desert’s most beautiful scenery. Recreational rock climbing is becoming more and more popular and there is no place in the world for it like the McDowell, Granite, Cholla and Camelback mountains all in the metro area.

360 Adventures’ “canyoneering” journey takes groups to the

Roosevelt Lake area on a trek through one of geology’s most impressive feats – a canyon. Professional guides will show you spectacular chasms and the stunning elements of the high Sonoran Desert – and then send you hiking, wading, swimming, scrambling and rappelling through them. Although Arizona is known for the Sonoran Desert and its

staggering canyons, the reservoirs along the Colorado River are some of the largest in the country and, along with the reservoirs surrounding Phoenix, provide unexpected, but no less outstanding, water sports and recreation. Tere’s no place like on the water for letting go of stress and embracing comfortable relationships. Arizona’s Wilderness Aware Raſting offers meeting planners customized trips for teambuilding, relaxation or special rewards with professional guides on every boat. Leisurely float or whitewater raſting trips are available close to Phoenix and Tucson. Some of the larger lakes have great facilities for boating, dinner boat cruises or houseboat and water craſt rentals. If you’ve decided to spend time in Northern Arizona, you may want to book one of the Scottsdale- based Forever Resorts sumptuous houseboats, which are all about charting your own course. Your schedule is quickly reduced to the calm quiet of sunrise, and the colorful sunset over the lake. You’ll journey through awe- inspiring canyons and lakes setting your own schedule. Speaking of Canyons,

Detours of Arizona

probably one of the most photographed places in Northern Arizona is Antelope Canyon which can be experienced through the eyes of a native with a Navajo guide from Antelope Canyon Tours. To older Navajos, entering a place like Antelope Canyon is like entering a cathedral. Here, Mother Nature offers a place to be in harmony with something greater than oneself. High-end tour companies are ready to showcase our gorgeous

state in luxury vans and buses. Across Arizona Tours has has some of the best guides in the country. Detours of Arizona introduces visitors to the best of Arizona with day, overnight, and custom tours anywhere in the west. Take your group camping or picnicking at one of the many Arizona State Parks to enjoy the beauty of the state while working and building relationships together. Turn to the skies and witness spectacular views far below with

hot air balloon rides from Hot Air Expeditions or Aerogelic Ballooning. Tese trips over the beautiful Sonoran Desert provide breathtaking vistas and unforgettable memories. Te dry desert winter climate is the ideal environment for soaring above it all and gaining a new perspective to take back to work. Arizona Helicopter Adventures offers several tour options taking you miles above the luxurious homes and prime golf courses of Scottsdale and Fountain Hills or over the rugged and majestic Sonoran Desert and the Superstition Mountains. Whether your team has come to see, experience, relax or play, Arizona is guaranteed to have something for you.

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