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Old 11-11-2013, 05:13 PM   #11
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Traveling to Phoenix, AZ

Originally Posted by Denise View Post
Here's a link we used when driving the I-40 from Tennessee to Cali last Spring. It really helped us plan our driving times as well as in one instance where we opted to stay put for an added night to wait out a particularly windy day. The link will take you to "Arizona" weather info, but just change the region/state/city and click go. Have fun and safe travels
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Thanks for the link, I will save and use it this winter.

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Old 11-11-2013, 06:10 PM   #12
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We have traveled the I-17 from Flagstaff to Phoenix dozens of times in our lives.
We have family in the Verde Valley below the Rim.
I would suggest that you pick a weekday (Mon.-Thur.)to travel from Flagstaff to Phx. because the weekenders turn the I-17 into a raceway on their Sunday return trip into the Valley (Phx.)
Also, the US-60 runs through the Salt River Canyon from Showlow (south of Holbrook) to Globe and is a beautiful drive, but, going either north or south you still have to negotiate the many switchbacks in order to cross the Salt River bridge at the bottom.

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Old 11-11-2013, 11:25 PM   #13
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I travel these roads often with my 5'er with no troubles.
I'd check the weather, (including the previous 24-36 hours).
If clear, take the roads thru Holbrook, Heber, and Payson (377-277-260-87) and you will be fine.
The I-40 to I-17 route is a safe alternate in case of bad weather, but is much longer, and no fun on a Sunday afternoon/evening due to returning weekenders.

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