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Arizona's stretch of Route 66 is one of the most picturesque along the entire route. From volcanoes, to painted deserts, to lush green forests, your journey provides numerous scenic photograph opportunities as well as a wealth of history, great side trips, and a volume of Route 66 era icons.

In 1926, some 400 miles of Route 66 passed through Arizona, but very little of it was paved. That changed in 1933, and it was finally completed in 1938.

Arizona Graphic

Arizona Graphic

Arizona Greetings

Arizona Greetings

Ash Fork, AZ - De Soto's Salon

Ash Fork, AZ - De Soto's Salon

Ash Fork, AZ - DeSoto's Beauty Shop

Ash Fork, AZ - DeSoto's Beauty Shop

Ash Fork, AZ - Escalante Hotel/Train Station Site

Ash Fork, AZ - Escalante Hotel/Train Station Site

Ash Fork, AZ - Hi Line Motel

Ash Fork, AZ - Hi Line Motel

Ash Fork, AZ - Oasis Lounge

Ash Fork, AZ - Oasis Lounge

Ash Fork, AZ - Partridge Creek Bridge, Arizona

Ash Fork, AZ - Partridge Creek Bridge, Arizona

Ash Fork, AZ - Partridge Creek Bridge-BW

Ash Fork, AZ - Partridge Creek Bridge-BW

Ash Fork, AZ - Route 66 Grill

Ash Fork, AZ - Route 66 Grill

Aubrey Valley, AZ - Historic Route 66

Aubrey Valley, AZ - Historic Route 66

AZ- Abandoned Cars on Route 66

AZ- Abandoned Cars on Route 66

AZ- Abandoned Cars on Route 66 - Art

AZ- Abandoned Cars on Route 66 - Art

Black Mountain, AZ landmark

Black Mountain, AZ landmark

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Bridge

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Bridge

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Canyon

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Canyon

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Ruins

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Ruins

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Ruins - 2

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Ruins - 2

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Ruins - 3

Canyon Diablo, AZ - Ruins - 3

Chevelon Canyon - Arizona

Chevelon Canyon - Arizona