Frontier Motel & Cafe

16118 Highway 66, Peach Springs, Arizona, 86434, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 16118 Highway 66, Peach Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Peach Springs

Day 5 Our day in the canyon

A travel blog entry by paul.sue on Jun 10, 2014

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... to get there, the Mohave in particular was a huge dust bowl surrounded by staggering mountains.

The scale of things in Arizona is breathtaking and that includes the temperature which averaged 100 degrees throughout the day and dropped to 90 by the time we got back at 9 tonight.

We ...

Back on the Mother road

A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66 on Sep 14, 2013

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... hit them hard. We could see from the tourist in their shop that things were picking up - it was full of tourists from , UK, Germany , France, Japan and China. We signed a petition to support the historical Route 66 We had more fun with the locomotives - waved and the drivers hooted back. It's a great giggle. Our hotel next- the reviews weren't that good , but we were pleasantly surprised. It had a spa, pool and gym. Food great too. All settled in and ...

Howdy Cowboy Dave!

A travel blog entry by richardandkaty on Aug 07, 2013

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... he always does. He is much braver than me and has much less fear about getting to the edge....but he is married to me, so he probably doesn't get as close to the edge as he'd like! There were several occasions we split up for a bit, so that he could get to the edge, and I wouldn't see it! I have a fab picture on our camera of him sat on the edge....makes me feel sick to look at it! by about midday we left this part of the canyon and headed on the road yet again, ...

Don't Go Chasing Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713 on May 30, 2013

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... both wore flip-flops, although Holly brought a pair of tennis shoes as back-up. Everything we needed we stuffed in a gigantic plastic Zip-Lock bag. And off we go toward the top of Mooney Falls (the same place we'd ventured last night), only to hear the ominous warning given by a girl to one of her group members that "you need to have both hands free to climb down". Shrugging this off, we encounter a set of chains guarding ...

Hike down

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713 on May 29, 2013

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... that, on go the backpacks and down we go towards the Supai Village and the Havasu River campground.

The total trek down was to be 10 miles....8 miles to the Supai Village and then another 2 to the campground. The total elevation loss was around 2,500 feet, but a good bit of that was in the first mile and a half, after which the slope moderated. The difficulty was mostly in the footing....think hiking on Panama City Beach. ...