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January 2023

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N EXT MONTH, THOUSANDS OF football and baseball fans, golfers, and tourists will head to Greater Phoenix for a sports trifecta: Super Bowl LVII kicks off at State Farm Stadium on February 12, the Waste Management Phoenix Open tees off from February 6-12, and spring training for 15 Major League Baseball teams stretches from February 24 to March 28 across ten stadiums. Area hotels, resorts, and restaurants are getting ready to welcome visitors with special packages, activities, and more. But you don't have to be a sports fan to enjoy all that this desert playground has to offer. It's a leading destination for health and wellness, art, car auctions, horse shows, and shopping. Mountain Shadows, a $100 million midcentury hideaway at the foot of Camelback Mountain in downtown Scottsdale, has two 75-foot pools with private cabanas, a fitness center, a par-3, 18-hole golf course, and special packages geared toward healthy living. Start the day with fresh juice smoothies delivered to your patio or terrace. en, choose from the resort's wellness offerings throughout the day and into the evening including yoga, meditation, and sound healing featuring Tibetan singing bowls which create gentle vibrations designed to relax the body and mind. Local wellness experts will guide you through the sessions in your room or beneath the stars overlooking the mountains, which are especially magical when the moon is full. "Free Flow Nights," complimentary yoga classes, are held each week on the lawn or terrace. For a restful night's sleep, ask for the "Moon & Stars" package which includes a cup of Golden Moon Milk before bedtime, inspired by Ayurvedic wellness, to combat inflammation and aid in relaxation, and a sleep journal designed to help you sleep better and live a more present life. Spritz your pillow with Star Dust mist and slip on a silk mask for a serene slumber. Hearth 61, the resort's signature restaurant, serves seasonal modern American cuisine in an attractive dining room or outside on the spacious patio with mountain views. A lively bar serves cocktails inside and out, where fire tables offer warmth on chilly nights. e Scottsdale and Phoenix regions are known for spas, many of which incorporate indigenous botanicals from the Sonoran Desert long used by Native Americans for their healing properties. e Well & Being Spa at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess offers a scrub made with jojoba to exfoliate skin and a prickly pear cactus gel in its body wrap to smooth and hydrate. At e Spa detour Arizona's Desert Scottsdale has something for everyone — no Super Bowl tickets needed BY ANDREA NAVERSEN destinations ranchandcoast.com 74 JANUARY 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE The sun sets over the Sonoran Desert at Brown's Ranch in Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve SONORAN DESERT: PHOTO BY JENNA MCKONE FOR EXPERIENCE SCOTTSDALE

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