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Sun Canyon Inn

Whether youre a hiker/ a climber/ a spelunker or a birdwatcher/ weve got everything for the adventurous and outdoorsy spirit. If youre a history buff/ this region is rich in legend and lore and is packed with incredible tales of famous outlaws/ Native Americans/ cowboys/ and heroes. To see it all/ youd need more than a day. But here are a few ideas to get you started. Tombstone-Legendary doesnt even begin to describe this historic town. On October 26/ 1881/ the Earps/ along with their friend Doc Holliday/ confronted the Clanton gang in the vacant lot behind a horse corral. Just over thirty seconds expired later/ they and the OK Corral were forever immortalized in the history book. Today/ they and the infamous gunfight remain imprinted as the epitome of the Old West/ and helped Tombstone earn the moniker/ The Town Too Tough to Die.Tombstone is a registered National Historic Landmark and Preserve America landmark/ and many original buildings still stand from its famous heyday. Schieffelin Hall on Fremont Street is one of the Southwests largest adobe structures and is still in use as a Masonic Lodge/ meeting house/ and theatre. The citys original City Hall/ operating as such for nearly 100 years/ stands across the street. Allen Street is the towns epicenter/ and to preserve its historic integrity/ cars and motorcycles are not allowed between Third and Sixth Streets. However/ you can explore Tombstone on foot/ ride in one of the horse-drawn stagecoaches/ or take the Tombstone Trolley tour/ narrate by entertaining and knowledgeable hosts who will point out some attractions you might choose to visit later in the day. The Bird Cage Theatre/ OK Corral/ Big Nose Kates Saloon/ and the Crystal Palace are all located here/ as well as exhibits/ shops/ tours/ and restaurants. Check out www.tombstonechamber.com and www.explorecochise.com for more information.Kartchner Caverns In 1974/ adventurers and spelunkers Gary Tenen and Randy Tufts discovered these enormous living cave/ with its 58-foot tall Kubla Khan formation and 21-foot soda straw a hollow stalactite/ the second longest in the world. The duo kept the stunning find a total secret for years/ wanting to make sure its integrity and mammoth beauty would be preserved properly for new generations to enjoy. In 1988/ the Arizona Legislature approved its purchase as a state park/ and eleven years later Kartchner Caverns was opened for public tours. The Kubla Khan formation and Throne Room tours are available year round/ while the Big Room tour houses the largest room in the caverns. It is open from October to late April/ closing in summer to accommodate the female myotis bats. Kartchners living ecosystem and breathtaking sights are monuments to the incredible power and patience of our planet an unforgettable experience for anyone who visits them.Bisbee and the Queen Mine-Nestled in the gorgeous Mule Mountains/ Bisbee is rich in mineral mining

260 N Garden
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 US

US 1.800.4.HOTELS
UK +44 (0) 208.604.2018

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