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Dry Creek Road
City:
Sedona
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Dry Creek Scenic Road, a 6.5-mile portion of State Route 89A from Cottonwood to Sedona, crosses the Verde Valley on its way to Red Rock Country, with side trips to Cathedral Rock or Sedona’s backcountry of colorful hidden canyons and ancient ruins. The journey takes less than a half-hour nonstop, but plan on adding at least an hour or two for each side trip. After crossing the cottonwood-shaded Verde River, the highway climbs east. Look back for views of Cottonwood, Clarkdale and Jerome, which clings to the side of Mingus Mountain.

This Red Rock gem is a somewhat easier trail that leads to adventure! Don your hiking boots and be ready to visit two breathtaking natural arches, Devils Bridge and Vultee Arch. If that isn't enough adventure, a side trail to Ven Deren Cabin brings you back a hundred years to an old settler's cabin that was actually used in two hollywood movies.

East Verde River
City:
Phoenix
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Extremely scenic, moderate trail for any LR just north of Payson. Attractions include the East Verde River, Crackerjack Mine, and views of the Matzatzal Mountains. Meet at the McDonalds in Payson at the intersection of Highway 87 and 260 for a 9AM departure. Described in Backcountry Adventure book, #33, Central region, page 428

El Bravo Mexican Food
Website:
http://elbravoaz.wordpress.com
Street:
8338 N 7th St
ZIP:
85020
City:
Phoenix
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Once upon a time…

… in a land far away, well actually it wasn’t that far. In fact, most of you are familiar with this place…It is a very hot place that we locals refer to as the Valley of the Sun. Well in this valley there was a very strong-willed, determined, feisty lady that wished to leave her footprints (legacy) in the valley she LOVED so dearly. Carman Tafoya, better known as Grandma, wanted to create a place where people could gather and enjoy the riches of fresh home made Mexican food. So in 1982 she purchased a little hole in the wall with enough room to squeeze in seven tables. Little did she know that in thirty years her restaurant would TRIPLE in size, expand to a Sky Harbor Airport Terminal, and become a multi-year, award winning establishment with many, many returning customers.

Although the size of the kitchen never increased the stomachs of the customers did and has for many years! Grandma would like to thank you, the customers, for making El Bravo one of the most popular Mexican food restaurants in the Valley of the Sun.

El Camino Del Diablo
City:
Welton
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

El Camino Del Diablo (Spanish for The Devil's Highway) is an historic 250-mile (400 km) road which currently extends through some of the most remote and arid terrain of the Sonoran Desert in Pima County and Yuma County, Arizona. In use for at least 1,000 years, El Camino Del Diablo is believed to have started as a series of footpaths used by desert-dwelling Native Americans. From the 16th to the 19th centuries, the road was used extensively by conquistadores, explorers, missionaries, settlers, miners, and cartographers. Use of the trail declined sharply after the railroad reached Yuma in 1870. In recognition of its historic significance, El Camino Del Diablo was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

Nearby repeaters
Location: Yuma
Frequency: 146.620
PL-Tone: 103.5

Location: Ajo
Frequency: 145.310
PL-Tone: 100.0


Permit information
Stay on trails! No rough riding. Located in the southwestern part of Arizona, the Barry Goldwater Range requires a free access permit for entry.
The permits are issued at:
  • Range Management Department – Yuma (928) 269-2458
  • Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field/Security Operations – Gila Bend (928) 683-6200 or (928) 683-6220
  • 56th Range Management/Public Affairs – Luke Air Force Base (623) 856-8516
  • Bureau of Land Management – Phoenix Field Office (623) 580-5500
  • Information Center of the State Office (BLM) – Phoenix (602) 417-9300
  • Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge – Ajo (520) 387-6483
While not a difficult trail, it is rated as difficult due to the remote location and lack of water.

El Capitan Mexican Grill
Website:
http://www.elcapitanmexicangrill.co...
Street:
1800 S Milton Road
ZIP:
86001
City:
Flagstaff
State:
AZ
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Enjoy a delicious meal in a friendly atmosphere at our Mexican restaurant in Flagstaff, Arizona. At EL CAPITAN FRESH MEXICAN GRILL you have a choice of award-winning appetizers, a fresh salsa bar, patio dining, and daily food and drink specials at our convenient university location. At our locally owned and operated restaurant we offer gluten-free and vegetarian options in a family-oriented environment.

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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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