Wild Bunch Desert Guides

Posts for July 2022

  • Phoenix hiking tours vow: ‘Every step I take’ by Laurel Darren, Wild Bunch Desert Guides
    07/31/2022... Ever get the incredibly calming feeling of having a Guardian Angel peering over your shoulder? The founding owner of Phoenix hiking tours operator Wild Bunch Desert Guides can relate to having a watchdog keeping her safe with every move she makes. Now, she honors the memory of her little angel with every step she takes guiding Phoenix adventure tours – and by showing off the natural beauty they experienced together on so many hikes in Phoenix and beyond.
  • Phoenix hiking tours: Here comes the Boom! by Laurel Darren, Wild Bunch Desert Guides
    07/02/2022... Fireworks are the major attraction on the Fourth of July. However, an Arizona adventure company owner offering Phoenix hiking tours and Scottsdale mountain bike tours loves Independence Day for so many other reasons. Here are some thoughts as beautiful as all the colorful explosions across the sky this holiday.

Recent Blog Posts

Phoenix hiking tours offer hot summer discount & cooler morning times

“Don’t wear white after Labor Day” has been advised seemingly forever by grandmothers and Fashionistas alike. Approaching the same sort of generational standard is my annual summer mantra to visitors in the Valley of the Sun – “Don’t sleep-in on vacation in Phoenix after Memorial Day.” I do not say this to be mean or cruel to our summer guests. Instead, once the pottery-kiln summer heat gets turned up, outdoor activities are turned down in the Sonoran Desert – and that includes guided Phoenix hiking tours & Phoenix mountain bike tours from my small mom and pop specialty shop, the Wild Bunch Desert Guides.

Beat the heat on Phoenix hiking tours

The hottest big city in America started sweating earlier than normal this year. But Wild Bunch Desert Guides helps take away the worry of guided Phoenix hiking tours & guided Phoenix mountain bike tours operating in the record-setting heat.

Phoenix hiking tours a real winner

The road to a national championship ended this week in my backyard. Congratulations to UConn for beating Purdue to cap a dominating run to a repeat title in the Division I men’s college basketball final. My Wild Bunch Desert Guides were blessed to host a number of guests in town for the Final Four including the operations crew in charge of the ladders for the trademark cutting down of the nets by the winners. However, hoops was hardly the only golden activity in the Sonoran Desert with five-star rated guided Phoenix hiking tours & guided Phoenix mountain bike tours offered daily.