Background Image

Arizonas White Mountains 2011-2012 : Page 24

Trail of Many Tracks A FO S UR CORNER H IL E R I T A G E TRA A Driving Tour Exploring the White Mountain's Heritage W hether this is your first visit to the White Mountains or you have loved and enjoyed them for many years, a wonderful experience awaits you on the Trail of Many Tracks. This historic and beautifully scenic by-way leads one on a trek of discovery through communities of the White Mountains and the adjacent Little Col-orado Plateau. The trail can be enjoyed in short half-day excursions or you can immerse yourself in its entirety for two to four days, following this historic route and experiencing an authentic microcosm of settlements of the Ameri-can West. You will follow portions of, or cross numerous historic travel routes includ-ing: Spanish conquistador Coronado's expedition route, early survey explo-rations by Beale and Wheeler, the Mor-mon Honeymoon Trail, General Crook's Trail, Beale's Camel Trail, the Fort Apache wagon road, great cattle trails from Texas through New Mexico into Arizona, the Apache and Santa Fe Railroads, the first transcontinental Highway (Hwy 60), and famed Route 66. continued on page 74 Enjoy your own personal guided driving Tour! To enhance your excursion the Trail of Many Tracks has developed a CD and trail map set, available at visitors centers, chambers of commerce and gift shops along the route, or on the web Explore the Trail of Many Tracks! Take a step back in time with a self-guided auto tour tcour of of one one of of the last settled frontiers of the American West. Get off the beaten path and enjoy a spectacular variety of scenery, wildlife, and rare wide open spaces. Dicscover the little-known, real history and people of the unforgetable rural West as it was… and as itc is! Maps and audio trail guidesc available at local visitor centecrs. 24 24 ARIZONA’S ARIZONA’S WHITE WHITE MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINS 2011 2011

Trail of Many Tracks

Read the full article at

Previous Page  Next Page

Publication List
Using a screen reader? Click Here