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Arizona United States #180 Highway Guide

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Grand Canyon National Park, AZ/Junction: Arizona State Highway 64/E Rim Dr.

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Grand Canyon National Village, AZ
Grand Canyon Village, Coconino County, Arizona. On the Grand Canyon South Rim. Most frequently visited tourist area in the Grand Canyon. A National Historic Landmark District. Alt: 6,860 ft.
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Kaibab National Forest, AZ
The south and north rims of the Grand Canyon borders the Kaibab National Forest, 1.6 million acres, divided into the North Kaibab (1,010 sqm) and South Kaibab (1,422 sqm)Ranger Districts. The South Kaibab is also divided into the Tusayan and Williams Ranger Districts. Highest peak at 10,418 feet is Kendrick Peak. Forest headquarters is in Williams Ranger District.
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Tusayan, AZ
Community of Tusayan, Coconino County, Arizona. Resort area close to the Grand Canyon National Park's south entrance. Limited services. Smallest town in Arizona. Alt: 6,612 ft.
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Airport: Grand Canyon National Park Airport, AZ
Grand Canyon National Park Airport, Tusayan, Arizona. Near the Grand Canyon National Park, 7 miles from the canyon's South Rim. Utilized for charter flights, scenic tours, and scheduled commercial services. Alt: 6,609 ft.
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Rain Tank, AZ

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Red Butte, AZ
Red Butte, Kaibab National Forest, Coconino County, Arizona. Regarded as a sacred site by the Havasupai nation and referred to as Wii'i Gdwiisa ('clenched fist mountain'). Sandstones form Red Butte's base while volcanic rocks covers its peak. On the western side, a trail leads to the top of the mountain, where you can get a good look at the San Francisco Peaks.
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Miller Tank
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Roadside Amusement Park: Bedrock City, AZ
Bedrock City, Arizona, is a "vintage" amusement park with a Flintstone theme, prehistoric playground, stone-age buildings, Fredmobile tram that goes through the Bedrock Theater (featuring Flintstone cartoons), campground. Tel. (928) 635-2600.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 64
Junction of Arizona State Highway 64 & Arizona Highway US 180. The the south, Arizona Highway 64 enters the Kaibab National Forest; merges with US 180 to the north. Valle Airport west of Arizona State Highway 64.
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Highway View
View of the San Francisco Peaks from Arizona Highway US 180.
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Junction: Fire Rd 87
Junction of Arizona Highway US 80 & Fire Rd 87. South leading to the Kaibab National Forest.
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Forest Service Rd 736
Forest Service Rd 736 to Ebert Tank.
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Forest Service Rd 144/Forest Service Rd 361
Junction of Arizona Highway 180 with Forest Service Rd 144 & Forest Service Rod 361 to Dent and Sayer Tank. Forest Rd 144 to Grand Canyon East Side.
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Red Mountain, AZ
Red Mountain, a 1,000-ft. volcano in the Coconino National Forest, "U"-shaped, probably formed by volcanic eruptions about 740,000 years ago. Red Mountain Trail.
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Forest Service Rd 164H

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Kendrick Peak, AZ
Kendrick Peak, 10,418 feet, Coconino Plateau, Coconino County, Arizona, within the Kendrick Mountain Wilderness area, probably between 2.7 and 1.4 million years old, three trails lead to the apex of Kendrick Peak: Kendrick Mountain Trail, Pumpkin Trail, and Bull Basin Trail.
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Lava River Cave, AZ
Lava River Cave (or lava tube), Coconino National Forest, Arizona, discovered in 1915, formed between 650,000 and 700,000 years ago by lava eruption from a volcano vent close to Hart Prairie. Open to the public. Recommend visitors wear good hiking boots, helmet, and bring an extra lamp and batteries.
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Kachina Peaks Wilderness, AZ

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Reservoir
One Eight Tank
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Reservoir
Bill Tank
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Reservoirs
Taylor Tank, Stagecoach Tank, South Crater Tank.
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Reservoir
Little Wing Tank
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N Shultz Pass Rd/Mt. Elden Lookout Rd.
N Shultz Pass Rd/Mt. Elden Lookout Rd. to Mount Elden, central Coconino County, NE of Flagstaff, Arizona; Flagstaff City Reservoirs; Flagstaff Country Club.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 77
Junction of Arizona Highway US 180 & Arizona State Highway 77.
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Petrified National Forest, Park, AZ
Petrified Forest National Park extends north and south of Interstate 40 and US Highway 180. Offers outdoor activities such as trails, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, guided tours. For information, call(928) 524-6228.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 61
Junction of Arizona Highway US 180 & Arizona State Highway 61.
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Airport
St. Johns Industrial Airport, St. Johns, Arizona
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St. Johns City Park
St. Johns City Park, Arizona. Picnic facilities, restrooms, picnic tables. First-come, first-served basis. For reservations, call (928) 337-4517.
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Junction: US Highway 191
Junction of Arizona Highway US 180 and Arizona State Highway 61. Community of St. Johns, Arizona. County seat of Apache County.
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Lyman Lake State Park, AZ
Lyman Lake State Park. 20 miles north of Springerville, Arizona. First state park. Has camping grounds, picnic areas, restrooms/bathrooms. Fishing, boating, camping, water sports. For reservations call (928) 337-444.
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Lyman Reservoir, AZ
Lyman Reservoir, 17 miles north of Springerville, Arizona. Year-round fishing, boating exclusive water skiing area, camping.
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Becker Lake, AZ
Becker Lake, Arizona. 2 miles NW of Springerville. Earliest man-made lake. Fishing. Famous for large rainbow trout. Includes the Becker Wildlife Area.
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Archaeological Site: Casa Malpais,
Casa Malpais,near Springerville, Arizona. 17 acres. Ancient Native American astronomical observatory measures about 26 meters in diameter, catacombs, solar petroglyphs. Overlooks the Little Colorado River and the White Mountains. Named a National Historic site in 1964. It has a Museum and Visitor Center located on Main Street. Guided tours of Casa Malpais ruins offered. Ph: (928) 333-5375. Alt: 7,000 ft. 928-333-5375
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Junction: US Highway 60 & US Highway 191
Junctions of Arizona Highways US 180, US 191 and US 60. Community of Springerville, Arizona.
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Nelson Reservoir, AZ
Nelson Reservoir is located on Nutrioso Creek. Usually open to fishing all year round. Has paved & dirt parking, fishing platforms, trail for the handicapped & toilets. Nearest campsite is Alpine Divide campground about 11 miles south of the lake.
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Jarvis Lake, AZ
Take Co Rd 2112 to get to Jarvis Lake. Located in the Mogollon Rim Mountains.
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Nutrioso, AZ
Community of Nutrioso, Apache County, Arizona.
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Hulsey Lake, AZ
Hulsey Lake, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. 6 miles north from Alpine on U.S. Highway 180/191, then east to Forest Road 56. A dirt trail from the parking area goes down to the lake. Ice and snow prevents access to it from November to April. Fishing and boating.
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Junction: Forest Service Rd
Junction of Arizona Highway US 180 & Forest Service Rd.
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Junction: US 191
US Highway 191 merges with US Highway 180.
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Alpine, Arizona
Community of Alpine in Apache County, Arizona. 6 miles from New Mexico border. Within the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. First used as a small fort. Hunting, camping, fishing activities. Luna Lake Wildlife Refuge. Alt: 8,050 ft.
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Luna Lake, AZ
Luna Lake, on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, AZ. 3 miles east of Alpine, north of Arizona Highway US 180. Year-long access. Check lake conditions. Fishing, boat and motor rentals,trailer spaces, camping allowed.
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New Mexico Stateline
US Highway 180 enters Arizona from New Mexico. LD10