Arizona January 02, 2017
6 Unforgettable Road Trips To Take In Arizona Before You Die
Have you made any resolutions for the new year? If “travel more” is one of those items on your 2017 to-do list, then you’ll want to check out this list! We’re highlighting a few of our favorite road trips published last year that will hopefully inspire a bit of wanderlust in you. You can click the title of each road trip for details.
The Ultimate Terrifying Arizona Road Trip
This road trip is terrifying in terms of the road you'll travel and some of the spooky sights you'll see along the way but it's also a classic excursion. Apache Trail will take you through some beautifully rugged landscapes in the Arizona desert, to Tortilla Flat, and to Tonto National Monument before dropping you off in a few of Arizona's old mining towns.
Most Picturesque Small Town Road Trip
Does witnessing a bit of Arizona's small town charm sound like the perfect way to spend a day or weekend? This road trip will take you through some of Arizona's best small towns, such as Pinetop, Greer, Strawberry, and Jerome. It's perfect for exploring a bit of Arizona history!
Explore Arizona's Most Abandoned Places
You'll drive along a short portion of the old Route 66 for this road trip! Find ancient ruins, abandoned trading posts, and plenty of other old sights here. This one can easily be completed in a day but feel free to take your time and stretch it into two.
Northern Arizona Natural Wonders Road Trip
Want to see the best that Arizona has to offer? Try out this road trip through northern Arizona that will introduce you to some of the most stunning landscapes you will ever set your eyes on! Stops includes places like Antelope Canyon, the Grand Canyon, and Lava River Cave.
Get Your Kicks On Arizona's Route 66
No article about Arizona road trips is complete without mentioning the incredible Route 66. This road trip will take you from one end of the state to the other, all while seeing some of Arizona's best known attractions!
Travel This Overnight Ghost Town Road Trip
Our most popular article from 2016 highlighted this haunting road trip through a portion of southeastern Arizona's old and abandoned mining towns. Many of these towns had violent histories that helped secure the status of Arizona Territory as the Wild West and it's possible that some ghosts continue to linger in the remains. Each town still exists in varying degrees and each is open to exploration.
Which one do you hope to go on this year? Do you have any other road trips or travel plans for the year?
If new foods and restaurants for 2017 are more your style, then check out yesterday’s article,
The 14 Places You Should Eat In Arizona In 2017.