Arizona Flights GuideThe American state of Arizona has the most national monuments and parks of any other states, and is globally known for the majestic Grand Canyon, cut through by the Colorado River. Walk over it on the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass bridge for optimal (and spooky!) viewing opportunities. Other attractions include the heavily photographed Antelope Canyon, the Hoover Dam, Horseshoe Bend, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, and Fort Apache. Arizona is home to a number of cities: Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, and Sedona are among the most well known.
These cities have their own cultures and quirks, and are home to University of Arizona and Arizona State University. Descend into the Phoenix Sky Harbor International, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway, Tucson International, or Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. Arizona is considered a desert, so expect a quite arid climate. The temperature is hardly dependable and differs dependent on area within Arizona: but the colder months of January are very warm, and temperatures really drop in the evenings. Arizona never sees snow.