When you think about Arizona, one of the first things that comes to mind is the dusty desert and sky-high temperatures. But did you know that the Grand Canyon state is home to six major biomes, including desert, grassland, chaparral, woodland, forest, and tundra? That's pretty epic. At certain times of the year, you can spend your morning skiing and then drive a couple hours and go for a nice swim under the hot sunshine.
Arizona is probably best known for its incredible hiking, though. From the massive Grand Canyon to the swirling sandstone of Antelope Canyon to the hidden oasis of Havasupai Falls and Fossil Creek, there's no shortage of adventure.