In 2014, the nation will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, a landmark law that has helped protect some of America’s last, great wild country.  In Arizona, the Act has created a splendid array of 90 different wilderness areas, from craggy mountain gems in the Sonoran Desert, to plunging red rock canyons, forested plateaus, and lush riparian waterways above the Mogollon Rim.  Join Arizona's celebration by entering your favorite photos from our designated wilderness areas for a chance to win an Arizona Highways Photo Workshop valued up to $2500.

Congratulations to all the winners!
Scenic Landscape and THE GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Photographer:
Phillip Rullman
Title:
First of Fall
Description:
Mt Humphreys and Agassiz Peak sunset after the first snowfall in October
Date Taken:
October 10, 2013
Photographer:
Kachina Peaks Wilderness area at a pond west of Snowbowl road
People in Wilderness
Photographer:
Sara Goodnick
Title:
Way Out West
Description:
Cowboy and horse and Border Collie on redge
Date Taken:
February 24, 2013
Photographer:
Four Peaks looking at the Sierra Ancha Wilderness from the Four Peaks Wilderness on the Tule Canyon Trail
Wilderness
Photographer:
Jeffrey Dannay
Title:
Racer
Description:
Majestic soaring condor racing its shadow
Date Taken:
April 28, 2012
Photographer:
Vermillion Cliffs from atop a bridge crossing the Colorado River


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