Detailed Map of Arizona
The detailed map of Arizona presented below depicts
the land features of our state in addition to major roads and cities
The detailed map of Arizona is reproduced here in a relatively large size... so it takes more time to
appear on your screen. The size also tends to distort the page layout.
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The region South of Flagstaff is
dominated by national forest lands on a 7000 foot elevation plateau. What you cannot see on this map is a number
of ranches and rural subdivisions scattered through those national forest
lands. These little islands of private property are remnants of ranches and
timber holdings that existed prior to the creation
of our national forests.
South of the plateau rgion is the Mogollon Rim, Oak Creek
Canyon, Sedona and Red Rock Country, merging into the Verde River Valley.
The Grand Canyon lies to the north of Flagstaff,
beyond the mountains known as the San Francisco Peaks.
Most of us have a high speed internet
connection these days... so the map image should be available below. We will finish the narrative below the map.
(If this map isn't adequate, click on this link for an even more
detailed map of Arizona. The file exceeds the size limits for this
server... so I put it on my wife's azgem.com site.) Also, here's the link to
Department of Transportation interactive mapping system.
The Painted Desert and Petrified Forest are to the east of
Flagstaff (near Holbrook), along Interstate 40. The interstate generally follows the path
of the old Route 66... the famous and historic Mother Road."
Monument Valley (pictured above) lies to the northeast,
above Kayenta. This remote and beautiful land has been featured in many classic
western movies... especially John Wayne's movies.
Most of the land north and east of Flagstaff belongs to
the Navajo, Hopi, and other native peoples. Unlike many Native Americans, they
continue to live on their ancestral lands.
Another "must see" place on our detailed map of Arizona
is known as "Red Rock Country." This stunningly beautiful part
of Arizona features the town of Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon.
Located south of Flagstaff, this area attracts visitors from around the world.
If you are traveling from Las Vegas
to the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff, you can visit Hoover Dam on your way, and
view the new bridge over the Colorado River.
This detailed map of Arizona can orient you, show you the
relative positions of things to see and places to visit. These are places that
both residents and visitors should visit and experience.
A decorative and detailed map of Arizona (or other
locations) is available from several sources. Framed or unframed, these
functional, informative, and decorative maps can be just the thing for your
A local dentist has a huge 8 foot by 8 foot map filling one wall of his
reception room that keeps visitors happily entertained as they wait.
Use the Google search box below and a keyword phrase such as historic maps of arizona, decorative maps
or wallpaper maps to find information and ads for these vendors.
Coconino County Map
Coconino County Highway Map
Flagstaff Snow Play Map
Forest Highlands Map
Mormon Lake Map
Pinewood and Munds Park Map
Arizona Congressional Districts Map
on the Arizona Representatives Page.
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