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Street:
FR 318A
ZIP:
86331
City:
Jerome
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

The United Verde & Pacific Railroad was once described as the "crookedest line in the world" because it had 126 curves along its 26.3 mile length.  For the most part, this trail follows along the path of the old railroad.  It traveled between Chino Valley and Jerome.

Uptown Plaza
Website:
http://uptownplazaphx.com
Street:
14 E Camelback
ZIP:
85012
City:
Phoenix
State:
AZ
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

The rebirth of an icon. Built in 1955 and artfully restored more than six decades later, Uptown Plaza combines mid-century modern charm with an irresistible mix of the best local and national retailers and restaurants. Anchoring the gateway to North Central Phoenix's historic core, Uptown Plaza endures with marquee shops and restaurants for the whole family.

Utah Traverse
City:
Monument Valley
State:
Utah
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

There are countless route options and even methods of travel with which a trip across southern Utah can be put together. One day on paved roads or two months exploring every spur, the sky isn’t even the limit if you consider remote landing strips.

City:
Phoenix
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
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Vulture Mine
City:
Wickenberg
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
0

Description:

Location
10 miles southwest of Wickenburg, Arizona.

Description
Vulture Peak Trail is a short, but steep, trail that takes hikers 2 miles from the base of Vulture Peak, elevation 2,480 feet, to a saddle at 3,420 feet, just below the summit. The trail is located in the Sonoran Desert and treats visitors to a larger-than-life garden including saguaro cactus, palo verde, mesquite, bursage, creosote, jojoba, ocotillo, ironwood, and numerous cactus species, including prickly pear, teddybear cholla, barrel cactus, hedgehog cactus, and various shrubs and grasses. Years with abundant winter rains can result in springtimes with hillsides awash in thick blankets of wildflowers. Hikers can expect to see globe mallows, mariposa lilies, blackfoot daisies, lupine, red penstemon, desert poppies, and brittlebushes. The area provides habitat for a number of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians.

Directions
From Wickenburg, drive west on U.S. Highway 60 for 2.5 miles, turn left at the Vulture Mine Road, and drive south for 7 miles, then turn left at the Vulture Peak Trail sign to the parking lot.

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AZLRO promotes safe off-road driving, supports the "Tread Lightly" program is active in maintaining access for off-road driving as we explore all the great state of Arizona has to offer.

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