Driving Klondyke Road, from Pima, AZ, to Turkey Creek

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Driving Klondyke Road, from Pima, AZ, just north of Safford and Thatcher, in Graham County, through the ghost town of Klondyke, into the east end of Aravaipa Canyon, past the Salazar Family Church, then up Turkey Creek to the Salado cliff dwelling. The road is all dirt, and there are several shallow creek crossings, but is car drivable as far as the Aravaipa trailhead. After that is high-clearance only.

Triplog & photoset @ . (2015-05-08)

YouTube Audio Library
… “800 Lives”, Everet Almond
… “Well Worth the Wait”, Silent Partner
… “Cockpit”, Silent Partner

Sundad Ghost Town / Abandoned Mine, Arizona Hike

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Sundad is a ghost town & abadoned mine, just north of Montezuma’s Head, on the Sacaton Flats of the Hyder Valley in western Maricopa County. Sundad was a tuberculosis sanatorium in the early 20th century. There’s a few foundations, but many very cool rock art designs. (Visible on satellite view!) Park outside of town to avoid flats: There’s lots of nails on the ground …


Driving Copper Basin Rd., Prescott National Forest, AZ

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Driving Copper Basin Road (aka Yavapai County Highway 64) from Prescott to Skull Valley, through Arizona’s Prescott National Forest. The first 3 miles are paved, the next 13 miles car drivable dirt, and the last ½ mile is paved. Did some mine exploring. Blog & Links:

“Gemini Instrumental”, Pipe Choir