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Arizona United States #60 Highway Guide

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City of Globe. - Junction of Hwy #77.
Globe-Miami, are two communities just east of Phoenix and north of Tucson. Mining began over 100 years ago when silver was first discovered. A huge nugget of silver with many veins had been dug from beneath the earth. It resembled a globe, and that's how Globe got its name. Globe was founded in 1876.
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Junction of Highway #70

2.1
3.4
Broad Street
Arizona visitor information center. Services at highway, fuel.
2.9
4.6
Junction of Highway #188
North to Theodore Roosevelt Lake, Tonto National Monument. Access to Pinal Mountains recreational area. Tonto National Monument where well preserved cliff dwellings were occupied by the Salado culture during the 13th, 14th, and early 15th centuries.
2.9
4.6
Junction of Highway #188
Access to Tonto National Forest (fifth largest US forest). To the east, it is bounded by the San Carlos and Fort Apache Indian Reservations, Phoenix to the south, and Mogollon Rim on the north side.
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11.9
City of Miami
Elevation 3411 ft.
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12.4

Welcome to Miami, Arizona.
8.0
12.9
Miami Ave.
Miami business section
9.2
14.8
View from highway
Driving west.
9.6
15.4
Roadside turnout
East side of highway.
9.6
15.5
Point of Information
Crossing the Bloody Tank Wash.
10.4
16.7
View from highway
Driving west.
10.6
17.0
View from highway
Driving west.
11.2
18.1
Point of Information
Tonto National Forest area.
11.8
19.0
Point of Interest
Elevation 4000 ft.
12.8
20.6
Pinto Valley Road
West side of highway.
13.4
21.6
View from highway
Looking West at Pinto Valley.
13.4
21.6
View from highway
Looking West at Pinto Valley. Roadside turnout scenic view point - North side of hwy.
14.0
22.5
Point of Information
Crossing Pinto Creek.
15.0
24.1
View from highway
View of Pinto Valley.
16.0
25.7
Roadside turnout
With garbage stand - South side of hwy.
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Point of Information
Pinal County, elevation 4600 ft - Eastern boundary.
16.5
26.6
Access to Oak Lane

18.7
30.1
View from highway
Driving west.
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31.2
View from highway
Driving west.
19.9
32.0
Point of Information
Crossing Devils Canyon. Photo is view from highway.
21.7
35.0
Roadside turnout with garbage stand
West side of highway.
21.9
35.2
Magma Mine Road
Access to campground - South side of highway.
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37.2
Roadside turnout
Gravel - South side of highway.
23.4
37.6
View from highway
Point of Information
23.4
37.7
Roadside turnout
Gravel - North side of highway.
23.7
38.2
View from highway
Driving west.
23.9
38.4
View from highway
Driving west.
24.1
38.8
Point of Information
Crossing Queen Creek.
24.9
40.0
Welcome to Superior
Community of Superior, elevation 2888 ft. Founded 1892. Superior has strong ties to the mining of copper, silver and gold. Superior is rich with historical landmarks and considered a cinematic treasure for Hollywood filmmakers. Superior's film appearances include How The West Was Won, The Prophecy, U-Turn and The Fugitive.
26.0
41.9
Roadside turnout rest area
Toilets, picnic tables - East side of highway.
28.8
46.3
Access to Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park Campground
East of highway. Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park is Arizona's oldest and largest botanical garden. Park Facilities: Visitor Center, picnic grounds with tables, gift shop, and restrooms.
29.5
47.5
Point of Information
Crossing Queen Creek.
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55.0
Point of Information
Tonto National Forest - Western boundary.
34.7
55.9
View from highway
Driving west.
37.6
60.5
Queen Valley Road
Access to community of Queen Valley - North of hwy.
37.9
61.0
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout with garbage stand - North side of highway.
38.5
61.9
View from highway
Driving west.
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63.8
Exit #12
Junction of Highway #79. South to cities of Florence, Makana, Tucson.
41.0
66.0
Point of Information
Crossing Queen Creek.
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79.0
Kings Ranch Road
Access to community of Kings Ranch.
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84.4
Exit #199
City of Apache Junction - Eastern limits. Apache Junction is situated saddling both the Pinal and Maricopa county lines, at the base of the Superstition Mountains.
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Exit #198
Access to Apache Junction.
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Exit #197 (Tomahawk Road)
Access to Apache Junction, campgrounds, R.V. parks.
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Exit #196 (Idaho Road)
Junction of Highway #88 (called the Apache Trail Scenic Route). North to Apache Junction. Access to Lost Dutchman State Park Campground. North to communities of Tortilla Flat, Roosevelt. Lost Dutchman State Park Campground: Named after the fabled lost gold mine, this park is located in the Sonoran Desert at an elevation of 2000 feet. The park offers a variety of hiking trails, nature trails. Park Facilities: Picnic areas with tables and grills Campground with 70 units (no hook-ups) Dump Station, restrooms, showers.
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Exit #195 (Ironwood Drive)

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91.1
City of Mesa
Eastern limits.
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91.9
Point of Information
Maricopa County - Eastern limits.
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93.5
Exit #193
Signel & Butte Roads. Access to Mesa.
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Exit #192
Crimson Road. Access to Mesa.
60.2
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Exit #191 (Elisworth Road)

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Exit #188 (Power Road)
Access to Arizona State University. Access to airport.
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103.1
Point of Information
Crossing Roosevelt Canal.
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104.7
Exit #186
Higley Road.
66.0
106.2
Exit #185
Greenfield Road
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107.8
Exit #184
Val Vista Drive
67.1
108.0
View from highway
Driving west.
70.0
112.7
Exit 3181 (Statley Drive)

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114.2
Exit #180 (Mesa Drive)

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115.9
Exit #179
Junction of Highway #87. North to cities of Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Payson. Access to downtown Mesa.
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116.4
Exit #178 (Alma School Road)

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Exit #177 (Dobson Road)

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City of Tempe
Eastern limits. The City of Tempe, Arizona, the state's seventh largest city, is located in the center of the Valley of the Sun.
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120.2
Exit #176A
Junction of Highway #Loop 101.
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120.6
Exit #175
McClinock Drive
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123.8
Exit #174
Rural Road
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125.0
Exit #173
Mill Ave
78.7
126.6
Exit #172
Criest Drive
78.8
126.8
View from highway
Driving west.
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129.7
Exit #153A

81.8
131.6
Exit #152B (Broadway Road)

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133.2
City of Phoenix
Exit #151 - University Drive.
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Exit #150B

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City of Phoenix
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139.2
Exit #195B (7th Street & Central Ave.)
City of Phoenix.
87.6
141.0
Exit #196 - ( 7th Ave.)
City of Phoenix.
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Exit #197 - ( 19th Ave )
City of Phoenix.
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Exit #198 (Buckey Road)
City of Phoenix.
89.6
144.2
Exit #199A (Grant Street)
City of Phoenix.
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Exit #199B (Adams Street)

90.8
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View from highway
Driving west.
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146.2
Exit #200A
Junction of Highway Interstate #10. West to Mesa. East to Avondale, Goodyear, Glendale, Los Angeles.
90.8
146.2
Exit #200B

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Exit #201 (Thomas Road) City of Phoenix.
Junction of Highway Interstate #17. North to city of Flagstaff. North to Grand Canyon National Park. City of Phoenix. West to Sun City West and Wickenburg. Wickenberg attractions include: Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Nature Conservancy - Hassayampa River, Robson's Arizona Mining World, Vulture Mine, Yarnell Shrine of Saint Joseph, Old 761 Santa Fe Steam Locomotive, Vulture Peak, Massacre Monument.
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148.6
Start/finish of Highway Travel Guide - Se
For continuance of Highway #60 north , see Milebymile.com - Arizona US #60, Highway Travel Guide - Section 3 - Phoenix to Wickenburg.