Monsoon season is upon us in Prescott, which means dust blowing from the desert and heavy rain is in full swing. This weather, coupled with high temperatures and Prescott’s great hiking and golfing communities, is all a recipe for hearing aids to break down or not work well, surprisingly. While we enjoy the great outdoors
Ah. Monsoon season. We have reasons to love it and reasons to hate it. Our lakes, plants and water tables are grateful for the much-needed rain. Our hairdos’, suede shoes and cute outfits – not so much. However, whether you love or resent the weather, there are dangers that come with the monsoons as well.
Weather conditions caused extensive damage and washed out a section of the Senator Hwy (Forest Service Road 52) making it unsafe and impassable for low clearance vehicles. The washed-out section of Senator Highway begins just south of Forest Trail 281 (Venezia Site) and continues south towards Palace Station. There is no timeline for completion of
Visitors Asked to Stay on Existing Trails and Help Prevent Damage to Trails During the Monsoon Season – Prescott National Forest
Fire breaks were recently constructed in the area of Spence Basin and Highland Pines by Prescott National Forest fire crews and may resemble new trail construction. These fire breaks, or handline, were constructed to serve as a crucial component of prescribed fire implementation and are used as control features on prescribed fires. These fire breaks