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Travel Photo Discovery: Driving the Apache Trail in Arizona

From the bloggers at Travel Photo Discovery.

Anyone looking for a unique Southwestern experience just outside of the busy metropolitan area of Phoenix should take the time to explore the Apache Trail. This off the radar road trip and attraction mostly known by locals takes you back immediately to the desert landscape, mountains and history of the Southwest still untamed.

Although the area is a favorite spot for locals coming to use the lake for water recreation, the areas just past the reservoir at Canyon lake are relatively quiet when you pass Tortilla Flats where the roads eventually become dirt roads leading all the way to Roosevelt Lake.

This scenic road takes you past Apache Junction through Superstition Mountains, old mining and Ghost town venues, Tortilla flats, one lane bridges and a variety of sparkling blue lakes and reservoirs until you make it to the main destination at Roosevelt Lake. Following are some highlights of what you will see when you visit the area.

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