Thursday, November 7, 2019
Arizona is filled with fun and has more to offer than its vast desert lands. Most of the year you can enjoy boating activities, warm hikes, horse-back riding, and fishing. During the winter months, you can still enjoy various activities in Arizona, despite its stereotype. The White Mountains in Arizona are home to a whole host of winter activities including snowmobiling, skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing, and even camping. The great part about this list is that they are all in the same mountain range of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest which was first explored in the 1850s and named after the first tribes that settled there. Preserving the land is a priority to the Forest Service, but that doesn’t mean people can’t have fun in this area. This list is a compilation of the 6 best winter activities in the White Mountains.
Whether your thrill is to snowmobile, sled, snowshoe, ice fish, ski, or camp, these 6 winter activities in the White Mountains will provide you with the best experiences. With hundreds of thousands of acres within the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, your options of fun are endless. Just be sure to check on ice and snow conditions before you go and be packed and prepared for whatever activity you choose.