From archaeology to zoology, and everything in between, there is so much to see. I love mountaineering, canyoneering, caving, hiking as well as finding a nice quiet place to just sit and relax and take it all in. I love to spend time looking for fossils and gemstones and learning about Arizona's past and also being in the present looking for beautiful birds, reptiles and discovering the plethora of life in this unique environment. I am a certified Wilderness First Responder and guide for The National Park and The National Forest. I am also a member of The National Speleological Society and The Arizona Herpetological Society. My real passion is sharing Arizona with people from all over the world. Travelers who have never been here can't imagine all of the mountains, rivers and beautiful forests that are found here in the state. I know that when you leave you will have a greater understanding of all the diversity and splendor that is here and that is what will bring you back again and again.
A Recent Review of this guide
A gentleman and a scholar. If there is *any* part of you thinking of just taking the bus tours - stop now! David's love of Arizona and vast knowledge were evident and very enjoyable. He was reverent to the land and the beauty and to the wildlife big and small. We were never rushed; the trip was so much more than checking off a list on an itinerary. On top of being an outstanding guide, David was an absolute joy to travel with. He always had an outstretched hand, both literally and figuratively. Merci.
Certified guide for The Grand Canyon National Park and The Tonto National Forest.
I am a Wilderness First Responder, CPR and First Aid certified and member of The National Speleological Society. I am also a minister and can perform ceremonies in nature. I have been a professional Tour Guide for over 15 years.