Arizona Highways Recommends 'Relatively Undiscovered' Sycamore Canyon
You’ve no doubt heard of the biggest canyon in Arizona. The canyon part of the name is preceded by “Grand.” But the state’s second-biggest is less known. Sycamore Canyon was designated a wilderness area in 1972 and has expanded to more than 50,000 acres.
"It's a place that's relatively undiscovered," said Robert Stieve, the Arizona Highways editor. "It's this very massive place that has this great diversity. The canyon basically runs from sort of a riparian area down near Cottonwood up to the forests of Williams."
The magazine features the canyon pominently in the June issue.