The Grand Canyon State is filled with beautiful places to see. With ideal year-round weather in parts of the state, many people visit to escape the snow and enjoy the sun. That's why we've made a list of things to do in Arizona that are perfect for Canadians looking for a sunny getaway.\nParts of Arizona see some snow in the winter while others maintain relatively cool days. If you want a day of wearing summer clothes instead of ski jackets, then we know of just the places to be.\nThese outdoor adventures are only a road-trip away from Phoenix and will take you to some of our favorite spots. From scenic hikes and an 80-foot tall waterfall to ancient ruins, there's no shortage of fun.\nAre you ready to plan a getaway filled with beautiful weather?\nCibecue Falls\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: Approx. 3.5-miles roundtrip\nAddress: Whiteriver, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: Only about 3-hours away from the Valley, this 80-foot tall waterfall is the best reward after a moderate hike.\nView this post on Instagram •tell me, what is it you plan on doing with your one wild and precious life?• . . . #staywild #neverstopexploring #chasingwaterfalls #cibecuefalls #arizonahiking #optoutside #negativeions A post shared by Sᴀʀᴀ Jᴇᴀɴ 🎤 (@sjontheradio) on Dec 8, 2019 at 9:06am PST\nWebsite\nOatman, Arizona\nPrice: Free to visit\nWhen: Every day\nWhy You Need To Go: Only a road trip away from Phoenix, this wild west town is literally overrun with burros. Many of the shops sell food so you can feed a donkey or two.\nView this post on Instagram sometimes you’re an ass and other times you meet one A post shared by nik (@niicolesosa) on Nov 10, 2019 at 11:45am PST\nWebsite\nSaguaro National Park\nPrice: $25 per vehicle for a weekly pass\nAddress: 3693 S Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can watch one of Arizona's infamous sunsets plus, there is an abundance of trails for you to enjoy.\nView this post on Instagram Desert vibes A post shared by April DeVries (@april_hilife) on Jan 19, 2020 at 4:23pm PST\nWebsite\nMontezuma Castle\nPrice: $10 per person aged 16 years and older\nAddress: Camp Verde, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can see ancient cliff dwellings made by the Sinagua people between 1100 and 1425 CE.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Léna Raynaud (@lenanuggy) on Jan 19, 2020 at 4:43pm PST\nWebsite\nTonto National Forest\nPrice: $8 per person daily pass\nAddress: Mesa, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can see wild horses along the Salt River. It's such a beautiful sight.\nView this post on Instagram The Salt River is their home. They are FAMILY...I can’t believe the Forest Service is taking sides with the cattle ranchers. Fencing them off along the banks of Phon D to Granite Reef fencing them off their source of water and grazing land to try and get rid of the wild horses..what will happen next is complete removal of the wild horses 😢💔 I love them so much.🐴 • • #saltriverwildhorses #lovehorses #horses #wildmustang #saltriver #ig_arizona #keepwildhorseswild #instagramaz #southwest #wildhorsepc #abc15 #visit_arizona #tononationalforest #igsouthwest🌵 #capturearizona #see_arizona #ig_arizona #themagicofwild #azlove #arizonaisgorgeous #iloveaz #iloveaz #wildheart #nature #horsetagram #horseaddict #swretreat #visit_mesa #divine_deserts #phx #raw_horses A post shared by Mustang Wild (@salty.wild) on Jan 15, 2020 at 6:56am PST\nWebsite\nGrand Falls\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Leupp, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: This chocolate-colored waterfall is over 181-feet tall. It's best to check water levels before you go to ensure that the falls are flowing.\nView this post on Instagram 🚣♀️ “There’s no earthly way of knowing, Which direction they are going! There’s no knowing where they’re rowing, Or which way the river’s flowing! Not a speck of light is showing, So the danger must be growing, For the rowers keep on rowing, And they’re certainly not showing, Any signs that they are slowing. . . .” -Roald Dahl, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory | #ThrowbackThursday to when the river was flowing over Chocolate Falls back in March this year. Gushing more like it! Did you know that Chocolate Falls is actually taller than Niagara Falls? Yup! Chocolate Falls is over 181 feet tall and Niagara is 176 feet tall. However, Niagara is technically only 70 feet tall when you don’t count the rocks at the base. It’s also crazy to think at Chocolate Falls you can literally stand and stare straight up all 181 feet of chocolately (aka muddy) water. | #arizonagirl #arizona #arizonaphotography #naturephotography #navajonation #waterfall #waterfallwednesday #girlswhotravel #grateful #grateful🙏 A post shared by jodi.bree (@jodi.bree) on Dec 19, 2019 at 7:44pm PST\nWebsite\nWater To Wine Kayak Trip\nPrice: From $104.25 per person\nWhen: March to November\nAddress: Cottonwood, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: After cruising down the Verde River in a kayak, you can enjoy your time wine tasting at Alcantara Vineyards.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Hannah Marie (@hannahmflorey) on Aug 21, 2018 at 6:21pm PDT\nWebsite\nGrand Canyon Rail\nPrice: From $82 per person roundtrip\nWhen: Daily, you can find the 2020 schedule here.\nAddress: 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can take a scenic train ride to the Grand Canyon's South Rim. There'll be snow, but it's worthwhile seeing the canyon if it's your first time here.\nView this post on Instagram We’re headed to Arizona soon, so I’m throwing it back to the last time we took the Grand Canyon Railway. So much fun! . . We’re taking the train again and I’m contemplating if I should make a fun outfit for it. I think I have enough time to put something together 😁 Last time I wore shorts from a late 40’s pattern, and a vintage Arizona souvenir scarf. . . That’s part of the fun of vintage sewing, for me. When I make something historical, the projects often take months. Vintage patterns can go together in a day! Instant gratification! Though I do need a new historical project soon. I’m itching for a gown! . . #grandcanyonrailway #vintagefashion #vintagesewing #sewing A post shared by Caroline Eliades (@dressed_in_time) on Jun 28, 2019 at 10:59am PDT\nWebsite\nThe Little Painted Desert\nPrice: $7 per vehicle for up to four people\nAddress: Painted Desert Rim Dr, Winslow, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: This gem features miles of desert and the best part? You don't need to break a sweat to see them.\nView this post on Instagram Tried to get a cool shot of this place at sunset, but the incoming storm clouds blocked the sun. Didn’t get a lot of cool shades and contrast, but I did see one of the best sunsets of my lifetime. Fair trade. . . . #LittlePaintedDesert #CountyPark #Navajo #Sunset #Hills #HikeAZ #Arizona A post shared by Jack (@alaskajack21) on Nov 27, 2019 at 10:47pm PST\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment. Cibecue Falls does not permit swimming in the falls, so plan accordingly.