Nick Berezenko
We lost a good friend last week. Photographer and longtime contributor Nick Berezenko died on Thursday, and I will miss him a lot. Nick was one of the most interesting and talented people I’ve ever…
Merry Christmas from the Phoenix Boys Choir and Arizona Highways!
This year, Arizona Highways partnered with the Phoenix Boys Choir to produce two holiday videos. In this one, the choir sings "Carol of the Bells," which was written by Ukrainian composer Mykola…
Cool water glides past warmly lit walls in Aravaipa Canyon. | Marc Strickland
In early November, the Bureau of Land Management acquired 2,831 acres of privately owned land, the Cross F Ranch, which is located northeast of the Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness. Now, 30,000 acres of…
Illustration by Davide Bonazzi
KEN LIGHT pulled on a pair of cotton gloves and gently lifted a prehistoric flute from a tray of artifacts. As Light examined the flute, R. Carlos Nakai chatted with the Arizona State Museum guide.…
The December 1946 cover of Arizona Highways
THE NAVAJO PEOPLE and their homeland have appeared on many of our covers over the past 96 years. The best known of them was published 75 years ago this month.  “Ray asked me to photograph some…
Photograph by Joseph Muench
Editor’s Note: By December 1944, at the height of World War II, our editor and art director had stepped away from the magazine to join the war effort — Raymond Carlson had enlisted in the Marines,…
Photograph by Michelle Condrat
Arizona Highways is proud to partner with Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West on a new exhibition titled The Art of Our Photography, which features the work of 10 artists who were given…
Photograph courtesy of the Kady family.
FOR MOST OF MY YOUNG LIFE, I’ve traveled U.S. Route 160 to my family homestead in Teec Nos Pos more times than I can count. I pass the usual landmarks: the steep, winding road that leads to a place…