DETOURS Goes To Washington for IPW 2017

DETOURS Goes To Washington for IPW 2017

Next week our DETOURS team will be heading to Washington D.C. to connect with others in the travel industry at IPW 2017 powered by U.S. Travel Association. This is the travel industry’s premier international marketplace with more than 1,000 travel organizations...
John Wesley Powell’s Grand Canyon Exploration

John Wesley Powell’s Grand Canyon Exploration

“We are now ready to start on our way down the Great Unknown. Our boats, tied to a common stake, chafe each other as they are tossed by the fretful river… What falls there are, we know not; what rocks beset the channel, we know not; what walls rise over the river, we...
May The 4th Be With You In The Southwest

May The 4th Be With You In The Southwest

For years, Star Wars fans have designated the Fourth of May to celebrate all things intergalatic. But did you know some of the filming locations of the timeless series are located right here in the Southwest? So there’s no need to travel to a galaxy far, far...
How You Can Help Restore Grand Canyon National Park

How You Can Help Restore Grand Canyon National Park

This weekend every national park is offering free admission to encourage visitors to explore the incredible landscapes and wildlife while experiencing years of history in our national parks. During this free weekend, visitors are encouraged to celebrate our national...
How The Techatticup Mine Got Its Name

How The Techatticup Mine Got Its Name

To explore the Techatticup Mine is to explore a parcel of the Wild West without the spectacle of noontime gunfights and bordello fashion. Desert explorers, photographers, adventurers, and curious visitors can wander the seasoned buildings of the private property, and...
History of the Apache Trail

History of the Apache Trail

“The Apache Trail combines the grandeur of the Alps, the glory of the Rockies, the magnificence of the Grand Canyon and then adds an indefinable something that none of the others have, to me, it is most awe-inspiring and most sublimely beautiful.” -Theodore Roosevelt...

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