Discover Sierra Vista’s Sky Islands!
Friday, May 25 through Sunday, May 27, 2018.
Enjoy these soaring mountains under big blue skies and starry nights. Hike the peaks, or relax with music, wine and microbrews at the foothills.
Enjoy a weekend discovering Sierra Vista’s extraordinary skies and uncommon ground. Whether you’re sampling wine and spirits, climbing the towering Huachuca Mountains, bicycling along the foothills, or exploring the San Pedro riparian areas, Sierra Vista, Arizona is your Memorial Day destination!
The Sips & Skies event is roaring into its second year with a new name (formerly Savor Sierra Vista) and a fresh focus. The Wine, Beer & Spirits Festival (May 26, 2018) will feature some of Arizona’s best wines, micro brews, and distilled spirits, rounded out with entertainment from the state’s top performers. Get your tickets!
Tackle the Huachuca Mountains in the Sky Islands Summit Challenge and hike one, two, or three of these sky-scraping peaks in one day, May 26, 2018. Register online!
Or bring your bike and enjoy some of the best single-track mountain trails–and paved road routes–in the state, Take a riverside stroll along the San Pedro River or through a shaded canyon. Star gaze and explore history.
Sunday, May 27, kicks off with a special breakfast buffet, followed by a winery tour in nearby Sonoita and Elgin, with a predeparture education and sampling session in Sierra Vista, then a road trip to three wineries. Space is limited; get your tickets today!
Savor the great outdoors with food, wine, and a whole lot more. Sierra Vista Sips & Skies, the name says it all!
Poster Reproductions! Pre-order a 22″ x 28″ art quality poster limited edition reproduction printed on white matte art paper for $20, signed and numbered by the artist. Interested in purchasing the original 30″ x 24″ art? Email the artist, Xo Terra.
About the Artist: Xo Terra began painting while living in Hawaii. Her loose style and bold abstractions transport viewers into vivid landscapes and emotional beauty of her subjects. Xo’s interpretation of the Huachuca Mountains that surround Sierra Vista capture both her passion for the subject and the soul-lifting spirit of this powerful landmark.