From the twisting curves in the Black Mountains, to the only road into the bottom of the Grand Canyon, Route 66 in northwest Arizona is one of the finest touring roads in the U.S. and probably the world. The 160-mile stretch from Topock on the lower Colorado to Seligman up on I-40 is the longest continuous section of the historic highway still open to travel.
160 miles doesn't seem like much these days; you could knock that off on the super-slab before breakfast. But Old 66 isn't that kind of road. There's so much to see and do here a long weekend can't be long enough, and you'll be back for more. Here's some of what's out there.
You can read these pages in sequence, or at random; so pick one and take a break touring the Mother Road!
Route 66 site owned by Joe
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