The Granite Dells, commonly just called The Dells, are one of Arizona's most stunning landscapes. 

This is Prescott's most defining feature - a wonderland of wild rock formations interspersed with the spectacular Willow and Watson Lakes.

About The Dells


More than 50 miles of rugged, technical mountain biking over slickrock, in deep slot canyons, and through rock formations.


The Peavine and Iron King Trails, rail-to-trail conversions which are host to thousands of visitors. This is our outdoor heritage.


One of central Arizona's most accessible destinations for wildlife observation. We have a moral obligation to protect it!

western heritage

Where there was once a bustling railroad, we now enjoy the serene Peavine Trail. Why would we pave over our own history?


Serene lakes for paddling, birdwatching, and fishing, with a backdrop that is unrivaled.



More than 500 established sport, traditional, and bouldering routes for all levels of climbers.


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Images: Matt Turner | Mike Coffey | Walt Anderson

Graphic Design: Matthias Petsche  

Maps: Joe Trudeau