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January 2007

High-Country Highlife: Far from cacti and coyotes, Arizona’s Hidden Meadow Ranch offers the best of the southwest—with a twist, Donna Peak
“Your first trip to Arizona’s Hidden Meadow Ranch may be like a near-sighted porcupine falling in love with a cactus—a total shock. Or so they say in cowboy country. Why is it so surprising? For starters how about snowfall in a region of the United States where defined by the arid heat of the Grand Canyon? Nestled on 150 acres within the Apache National Forest and at an elevation of 8,500 feet in the White Mountains, Hidden Meadow is a four-season destination.”