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This 2,000-foot-high escarpment stretches 200 miles across central Arizona into New Mexico.While sightseeing is the favored pastime along the Rim, it also boasts a historic system of hiking and horseback trails, a couple of picturesque lakes for...more
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We just went to to Christopher Creek for a couple hours. Absolutely beautiful there. So pretty and peaceful. Could use a little cleaning up from the trash people leave all over, but it’s mostly nice and pretty there by the creek.
How on earth (do you see what I did there?) do you review a 2,000-foot high escarpment (cliff, if you like) that is one edge of the Colorado Plateau? You need a book for something this special.
There's so much to see and do here,...More
Drove from Show Low to Hannigan Meadow via Springerville. Road is terrible and not scenic. Hannigan area still recovering from 2011 forest fire. Returned via Eager, Pinetop-Lakeside which I would recommend going both ways. Took side trip to Hawley Lake, beautiful 18 mile trip round...More
At the top of highway 260, on the edge of the Mogollon Rim, take rim road,(also Woods lake rd.) to the west, opposite side of the tourist center. You only have to drive 1.8 miles to get to a viewing area. The area has trails...More
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One of the prettiest drives you can find. However, it is one rough road for refined vehicles. It is open except during the snow season and extreme fire danger. Best viewed by taking a south side road when available.