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WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING

TEACHING & INSPIRING GENERATIONS TO COME

"The Granite Dells are one of the original places I started teaching outdoor survival skills. From various media to the Yavapai Tribe, to Prescott High school students and the Ecosa Institute, the Dells are a unique natural habitat that not only teach people to stay alive but inspire respect for the outdoors. The Dells need careful consideration in land use planning - and they need conservation - to be certain they continue to teach and inspire generations to come."

CODY LUNDIN
 

Professional survival instructor, Aboriginal Living Skills School founder, best-selling author, TV host.

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trails

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

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wildlife

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

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water

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

recreation

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

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climbing

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