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Explore Cochise County
Sunglow Ranch is fortunate to be surrounded by the diverse region of Cochise County. Steeped in the history of the great Southwest and rich natural beauty, we encourage our guests to venture out and explore.
The land around Sunglow Ranch is central to Arizona history. Geronimo and his band of Apaches roamed the Chiricahua Mountains, defending their homeland against Mexican and American settlers, as Cochise reigned over the Dragoons to the West.
While the Earp Brothers rode with Doc Holiday at their side trying to bring law and order to the unruly west, Johnny Ringo, the Clantons and many others tried to write their own history. Today ghost towns dot the region, bringing a glimpse of the Old West into the hearts of those who wonder, “What was it really like back then?”
The Chiricahua Mountains, “land of the standing rocks,” climb to elevations of 10,000 feet. Thick Oak-Juniper and pine forests are enveloped by towering volcanic rock sculptures and massive stone columns, some of the most spectacular geological wonders in the world.
The area offers a great array of activities: birding, hiking & rock climbing, bicycling and star gazing, plus day trips to nearby wineries, attractions and historic towns.
The Sunglow team is well-versed in planning excursions into our wondrous region, so let us help you plan your personalized adventure.
So whether you plan horseback riding in the beautiful Chiricahuas, or spending the afternoon at the vineyards … Sunglow Ranch is the center of an extraordinary region.