August 6, 2020
Be Like The Breeze At Talking Rock
The breeze is different at 5,000 feet. It’s stronger, clearer, and seemingly a bit more predictable at Talking Rock, just outside of Prescott, Ariz. It practically begs you to blaze your own trail.
It rustles over and through the high-desert foliage, and creates ripples across Watson Lake, an incredibly picturesque body of water loved by hikers, kayakers, and paddleboarders and surrounded by the unique geological features of the Granite Dells.
That same breeze is a welcome companion on hikes up and around nearby Granite Mountain, along the Constellation Trail or around the Lynx Lake Loop. It’s generally a friendly player out on Talking Rock’s championship course, which rolls with the land’s natural terrain, and it cools evenings enjoyed on patios or around campfires.
It gets to experience every aspect of the open, rugged environment at Talking Rock and around Prescott, making itself known during late-afternoon thunderstorms and giving just a little resistance during ATV and mountain biking excursions.
A Prescott breeze rolls over the changing elevations of the land, flows through the manicured grass of Talking Rock’s fairways, floats across the Williamson Valley, and weaves through the nearby Prescott National Forest and protected state land.
It has the best view of the diverse landscape within Prescott and Talking Rock. But experiencing the land is a pretty incredible runner-up.
To see what a Prescott breeze feels like, consider a Discovery Experience.