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Arizona has tons of unique characteristics and charm that boasts more than just desert landscapes and cacti. Although southern Arizona features a hot desert climate, the northern part of the state has forests, mountain ranges, and canyons, all offering varied levels of hiking and biking trails. Arizona is also home to several national parks and monuments in the state, including the popular Grand Canyon National Park. This famous landmark and natural wonder is known for its red rocks revealing millions of years of geological history as well as its breathtaking canyon views that are truly one-of-a-kind experiences, especially during a sunrise or sunset. Besides canyons, Arizona consists of vibrant cities like Tucson, Phoenix, Yuma, and Prescott, which are the four largest metropolitan areas in the state that offer professional sporting events, museums, restaurants, attractions, and art galleries. Arizona also has about 70 highly ranked public golf courses, some of which have hosted PGA tours and other golf championships. Thanks to its location near the Colorado River, Arizona also provides fun water sports and activities like white water rafting or fishing.