Apache Trail Scenic Drive, Arizona Pt. 2 (Unpaved) | Day Trips From Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Video

published: 2018-12-05 14:00:01

Today’s location: The Apache Trail, one of the most scenic drives in Arizona and the country. For part 2, I take a driving tour on the unpaved portion of the trail with dirt roads and blind turns. I make a pit stop at the Apache Lake lookout. Join me for some of the most beautiful scenery in AZ!

The Apache Trail starts off in Apache Junction and goes along a loop drive all the way to Globe. If you are looking for things to do in Arizona and just a day trip from Phoenix, this historic road is it!

Part 1 of my Apache Trail visit on the paved portion is here: https://youtu.be/Sxpo1rwCh8o

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4 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Awesome.  was waiting for part 2.  Like your channel…good stuff.

  2. Did part of this ride in 1991 in a little 3 cylinder Geo Metro…not sure how smart that was at the time, but I did survive. Wouldn't do it now.

  3. Did u guys went camping? And how many hrs drive? And is there a shooting range area?

  4. Just beautiful! If u didn't drive an video never would have seen it. It's simply to high and edgie. Do u know the highest elevation u reached?


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