Apache Trail Historic Route – AZ 88 in Arizona

Apache Trail Historic Route – AZ 88 in Arizona

North and Central America
The Apache Trail Historic Road, also known as AZ 88, east of Phoenix boasts great historical, cultural, and scenic importance. It runs 116 kilometers from Apache Junction to Globe-Miami, where the 63-kilometer Gila-Pinal Scenic Road connects directly, which leads back to Phoenix. Between Apache Junction and Tonto National Monument, the Apache Trail is one of the most scenic routes in the United States. The adventurous ride is an unforgettable western experience. Theodore Roosevelt said at the inauguration of the dam named after him: "The Apache Trail brings together the greatness of the Alps, the splendor of the Rocky Mountains and the splendor of the Grand Canyon." Ask4beauty: Brief history and politics of state Michigan, covering latest population and geographical information of Michigan. The Apache Trail follows an old Apache path…
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