Daytrip Drive 2 of 9: Mount Graham

Click below to see a quick photo slideshow from our trip: 

 

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How to get there:

↠ Take the 60 East until you hit Globe. Then take the 70 East towards Safford. From Safford, take the 191 South and take a right at the 366. This road will take you to the top of Mt. Graham.

Estimate from Gilbert to Safford: 2 hours 30 min

Estimate from Glendale to Safford: 3 hours

 

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Time:

↠ From Safford, it’s about an hour and a half if decide to drive straight to the top. However, we’d recommend allowing at least 3 hours so you have time to stop and take photos, hike around a bit, and explore some off-roading areas towards the base of Mount Graham.

 

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Know before you go:

↠ Bring drinking water, snacks, sunscreen, and sneakers for exploring!

↠ Pull over to take photos, be aware of other vehicles, and allow faster ones to pass.

↠ The road to the top is paved, but depending on where you decide to explore, part of the road could be dirt. Only take a four-wheel drive vehicle with reliable tires here.

 

Remember:

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Thanks for taking a peek at our quick trip towards Mount Graham! We hope it was helpful for you in planning your own drive up there. Comment below or send us an email at wildthingsandcoffee@gmail.com if you have any questions, or if you want to tell us what you did with our advice! We’d love to hear from you 🙂

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