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Arizona, one of the most diverse and fascinating states in the nation - with snow-clad mountains, breathtaking wilderness and spectacular natural wonders. Recreational Retreats: You'll find everything from world-class golf courses to hiking, biking, and white water rafting on the mighty Colorado River. The Wild West: Thriving towns like Tombstone, Prescott and Jerome recall the rugged days of copper and gold mining. In Wickenburg, enjoy the Western lifestyle on a posh dude ranch. Indian Country: Visit the reservation of the largest Indian tribe in the nation. Nature's Grandeur: Few sights in the world compare to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon. This spectacular natural wonder will take your breath away.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 2, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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