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Eastern Arizona

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Eastern Arizona

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Eastern Arizona is part of the state of Arizona, in the United States of America. It is a complex region of remarkable cultural, geological and scenic diversity despite its sparse population.

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Motorcycle enthusiasts will enjoy the Coronado trail which is highway 191. This 125 mile stretch of highway has over 400 turns on it, it connects Springerville (elevation of 7,000) to Clifton (elevation 3,000). Historically this is believed to be the path that Coronado traveled. The road is closed to vehicles over 40 ft.

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Interstate 40, following the route of the old Route 66, runs along the northern edge of this region, and I-10 through its southern area. There are no major airports in the region; the closest airports with significant commercial service are in Phoenix and Tucson.

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