By Barbara Sinotte
A part of a sequence of publications to the USA nation and nationwide Parks, this identify covers Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.
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Extra info for Arizona, Utah & New Mexico: A Guide to the State & National Parks (Arizona, Utah & New Mexico)
They began its rehabilitation and development as an historical museum, which has continued under the State Parks Board since 1959. Exhibits and thousands of artifacts tell of Tombstones colorful yesterdays. For further information, contact the Park Superintendent, Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Site, Box 216 Tombstone, AZ 85638. (602) 457-3311. Tonto Natural Bridge State Park Location: 13 miles northwest of Payson, off Highway 87. Tonto Natural Bridge State Park is the site of what is believed to be the largest natural travertine bridge in the world, over 400 feet long and 183 feet above sparkling Pine Creek.
The infantry built a wagon road west to Fort Whipple near Prescott and east to Fort Apache. Later called the Crook Road, after General George Crook, it speeded troops and supplies along the Mogollon Rim. Between 1873 and 1875 nearly 1,500 Indians from various bands were placed on an 800-square-mile reservation with headquarters near the present town of Cottonwood. These Indians built an irrigation ditch and had 56 acres under cultivation in 1874. The entire population was, however, uprooted and moved to the San Carlow Agency near Globe.
Most of the hiking involves following clearly marked trails. Off-trail travel (commonly referred to as bushwhacking) is practiced by the more adventurous hikersespecially in the clearer, less-populated areas of the parks. Trails in many state parks have been rated according to distance and degree of difficulty. If you are not sure which trails are appropriate for you and your family, talk to a park ranger. If you do not exercise regularly, start on beginner trails and increase your distances gradually.
Arizona, Utah & New Mexico: A Guide to the State & National Parks (Arizona, Utah & New Mexico) by Barbara Sinotte