Hummingbird Capital


Sierra Vista, the Hummingbird Capital of the United States, welcomes 15 species of hummingbirds to the nearby canyons and riverbanks every year. Hummers, along with more than 300 other bird species, flock to the shady canyons, forests, and wetlands each year. Learn more.

Bike Sierra Vista

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Hop in the saddle—the bicycle saddle—and explore southeast Arizona in bicycle-friendly Sierra Vista. Road cyclists can ride to nearby communities and attractions on low-traffic stretches of asphalt, and mountain bikers can take on miles of  trails just a short ride from hotels. Learn more.

Let the Adventure Begin

Travel writer Ivy Morris shares her three favorite hikes in and around Sierra Vista, where she and her husband discover new trails, new stories, and “high-five worthy accomplishments.” Check out Ivy’s trails, then swing into the Sierra Vista Visitor Center and pick up a hiking guide to launch your own trails!

Photo Opp

All year ’round, Ramsey Canyon Preserve invites hikers to explore the trails in this Nature Conservancy area. Beautiful fall colors line the trails and warm weather requires just a light jacket!

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Inside Scoop

North Valley Magazine calls Sierra Vista a hidden gem! Check out the article and see why Sierra Vista lays claim to extraordinary skies and uncommon ground!

Get tips for planning your Sierra Vista getaway, thanks to the Entertainer! Magazine.

Check out the latest episode of Nikon Birding Adventures featuring some of Sierra Vista’s feathered residents!

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