There's an abundance of places to visit in the Grand Canyon State, and that makes it hard to choose our next adventure. Summer is an ideal time to explore the desert and enjoy the breathtaking views. Below, we've compiled a list of beautiful places in Arizona that you should explore.\nFrom red rock formations and waterfalls to infinite mesas, the state offers a variety of terrains made for any adventurer. Before you hit the road, you can plan a BFF getaway too.\nWhether you're into wildflower views or water ones, there is surely no shortage of beauty in the desert.\nMonument Valley\nPrice: $20 per vehicle for up to four people\nAddress: Oljato-Monument Valley, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: The sandstone rock formations can reach between 400 to 1000 feet tall.\nView this post on Instagram Last time I was at this place, it was cloudy the whole time. This time I was lucky to see the amazing sunrise. I know I had been here already, this was my second time. But I wish to go again there. Some places never cease to amaze me. Monument valley is one of those. I often find myself thinking about going to different places, different hikes again and again. I know some people find it utterly boring to visit any place twice. But I think every time I visit a place, I find a new perspective; I find another unique side of that. Ps. Found some unique spots, which I am going to explore next time 😜. Till then adios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #monumentvalley #utah #wowutah #beutahful #bpmag #utahlife #utahillustrated #southernutah #utahtravels #utahgram #utahisrad #naturalutah #liveelevated #utahisbeautiful #utahscanyoncountry #xputah #visitutah #youtah #onlyinutah #utahish #girlsthatwander #perfexionpix #wnexplorer #allaboutadventures A post shared by Mahdi • Travel + Adventure (@dreamcatcher_mahdi) on Dec 7, 2019 at 9:20pm PST\nWebsite\nCibecue Falls\nPrice: $30 per person for one day\nAddress: Whiteriver, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: Although you can't swim in these falls they make for the most beautiful backdrop for photos.\nView this post on Instagram "don't go chasing waterfalls" - shoulda listened to TLC😂 . . . . . . . . . #whitemountainapache #adventureseeker #travel A post shared by Kari (@aguilarkarina01) on Nov 16, 2019 at 5:02pm PST\nWebsite\nHavasupai Falls\nPrice: $300 - $375 per person, reservations can be made here\nAddress: Supai, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: From falls that'll make you feel like you're in Tuscany to towering ones, this spot is known for its beautiful blue-green water.\nView this post on Instagram Havasu Falls 💖 where to even start? It's been a dream for so long to hike into the Grand Canyon and camp down there! After seeing so many photos of this beautiful place, we finally snagged a permit and were able to experience it with our own eyes ✨ each day was an adventure, and we discovered how sore you really can get 🤣 we were so freaking tired after the hike out, but we survived and it was worth it (thankfully) 😅 . . . . . #thekiwicouple #arizona_landscapes #arizonahiking #arizonacollective #arizonaisgorgeous #naturalarizona #travelworld #exploring_shots #travelingourplanet #wanderluster #travellove #worldtraveller #letsgoeverywhere #adventureawaits #visitarizona A post shared by Rachel & Jeremy 🌍Travel Couple (@thekiwicouple) on Oct 7, 2019 at 9:41pm PDT\nWebsite\nThe Little Colorado River\nPrice: $12 per person permit fee\nAddress: Sw Corner Highway 89 And 64, Cameron, Arizona (Check with the Cameron Visitor Center for detailed directions.)\nWhy You Need To Go: There's a challenging hike that'll lead you to red rock cliffs and clear blue water.\nView this post on Instagram Apathy towards environment is mankind's ticket to extinction. The Grand Canyon is under threat once again. This is a very real threat & a reminder that constant vigilance is vital for protecting all ecosystems which still remain on planet earth. In 1966 US citizens spoke up to stop dams in Grand Canyon... some say it was the birth of the modern environmental movement. The threat is here again & as you know it’s not only the Grand Canyon but other rivers all over the world under threat of being dammed. A Phoenix company has applied for preliminary permits for two proposed hydroelectric projects (each with two dams) on the Little Colorado River near Grand Canyon National Park. If built, the dams would: •Destroy the natural beauty and ecological integrity of a remote and pristine section of the Little Colorado River Gorge. •Industrialise the Hopi Salt Trail and areas that are culturally significant to the Navajo and many other Native peoples. •Rob the Little Colorado River of its world-famous turquoise-blue color where the Little Colorado flows into the Colorado River at the confluence, an area sacred to many Native peoples. •Threaten the habitat of the already-endangered humpback chub. Please make sure to sign BOTH petitions: ➡️www.grandcanyontrust.org/act/oppose-new-dams-threatening-grand-canyon 📫 You can also write to them directly: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 1st Street NE Washington D.C. 20426 A post shared by Mandela Leola van Eeden (@mandelaleola) on Oct 1, 2019 at 1:19pm PDT\nWebsite\nKaibab National Forest via Sycamore Rim Trail\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Williams, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: The surrounding area is filled with beautiful wildflowers. Plus, you'll get to see a waterfall fed by rain and snowmelt.\nView this post on Instagram One of my favorite waterfalls in AZ covered in snow!❄️ Which is your favorite waterfall in Arizona?👇🏻 Posted with written permission from the photogrpaher, @chirag5patel. #ExploreArizona A post shared by ExploreArizona (@explorearizona_) on Dec 10, 2019 at 4:02pm PST\nWebsite\nCathedral Rock\nPrice: $5 Red Rock Pass per person\nAddress: Sedona, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: Known as one of the best spots to feel Arizona's healing vortexes, you'll get amazing views along the way.\nView this post on Instagram comment who u think fell first A post shared by Emily Gross (@emilycailinn) on Dec 26, 2019 at 1:45pm PST\nWebsite\nSaguaro National Park\nPrice: $25 per vehicle\nAddress: Saguaro National Park, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: You'll get to see some of the world's largest cacti here. They can reach up to 60-feet tall.\nView this post on Instagram Same night, same sunset, different perspective. Which one do you prefer: the first or second? 🌵🌅 A post shared by Sara & Rich Combs (@thejoshuatreehouse) on Aug 16, 2019 at 7:33am PDT\nWebsite\nArizona Snowbowl\nPrice: Varies\nAddress: 9300 N Snow Bowl Rd, Flagstaff, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: There's a ski lift and an abundance of hiking trails around. After the rain, meadows are filled with vibrant flowers.\nView this post on Instagram After this year's epic ski season, powder hounds are already dreaming about strapping on the boards and hitting the slopes at Arizona Snowbowl. Before the white stuff starts to fall again, though, there's still plenty of time to take in the views from a scenic chair lift ride or race down the resort's new tubing slope. A post shared by Pine Canyon (@pinecanyonaz) on Aug 26, 2019 at 9:44am PDT\nWebsite\nAnd if you want to travel the U.S. in style, there's a tiny home for sale. It's mobile, so you can hook it up to your truck and drive cross-country without leaving the comfort of home behind.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.