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Arizona's Pioneer Women

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Hop on your own ATV on this off-roading adventure in the Sonoran Desert. After a safety briefing and training, gear up and ride across rugged, rocky trails in the scenic Bradshaw Mountains, as well as cross the Agua Fria River. Be on the lookout for coyotes, bobcats, and more, and learn about the region's flora and fauna and Native American history from your guide.
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Robby G C wrote a review Aug 2020
Toronto, Canada76,517 contributions1,769 helpful votes
This monument is about the women getting to go to Arizona.. We pay homage to those women who were willing to leave everything. It was hard work, but they knew it will be a better place. They had to start with new lives and made new community. It was harsh in the desert.but they worked hard and they did well.
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