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#MyCochiseAdventure — Mother Nature was feeling her oats when she made Cochise County, Arizona. She shaped an area rich in color and cozy climate. Sunsets flame with color, majestic lavender mountains embrace the region, national forests undulate hues of green and gold under vast blue skies. The high mountain climate and temperatures inspire year-round travel.

Point-and-click your camera to easily capture some of America’s most amazing landscapes, from the “Wonderland of Rocks” at Chiricahua National Monument to the canyons of the Huachuca Mountains to the top-of-the-mountain view from Coronado National Memorial. Cochise County will tug at your senses.

Sierra Vista is rich with culinary selections and unexpected international eateries. It might be tough to choose between Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Italian, German and Thai. Luckily there are three meals (and snacks!) daily. Add muy rico Mexican dishes and upscale American fare, and you have a flavor-packed buffet to make memories.

Once a booming copper mining town, today’s Bisbee is firmly established as community of, and for, artists. Since the 1960s, artists have made their home in Bisbee, which now hosts over 10 galleries. Just meander the streets and you’ll see the creative touches on its historic homes and hundreds of stairways.

Willcox is cowboy country, where farms and ranches garnish the nation’s tables. Here, 75 percent of Arizona’s wine grapes are grown. The Willcox Wine Country Spring Festival (May 20-22) features Arizona wineries with ties to the region, local artists, crafts and music. Rated by Fodors Travel as one of North America’s top 10 wine festivals, this weekend-long celebration is a don’t-miss event.

Located in the Dragoons (photo), Texas Canyon is home to the Amerind Museum, an archaeological research institution with exhibitions spanning from the most recent ice age to today. Its galleries feature works on Western themes and contemporary Native American art.

Tucked into the state’s lower right corner, Cochise County's expanse of mountain and sky is just right to fill up with fresh air, brilliant stars and clear blue skies. Plan your trip to enjoy Mother Nature’s creative genius at ExploreCochise.com.

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