You can never have enough of NATURE. — Henry David Thoreau
Rim Country, White Mountains of Arizona and Beyond...
Located in the Northeastern Region of Arizona. Adventure starts on AZ Highway 87 (Beeline) from Roosevelt Lake, through Payson, turns right onto AZ Highway 260 and travels through Christopher Creek and Kohl's Ranch, climbs up the Mogollon Rim to Forest Lakes and Heber, then continues on to Show Low, Snowflake, Vernon, Concho, Pinetop-Lakeside, Hon-Dah, Sunirse Park Resort, Greer and on to Springerville and Alpine. Along the way there are trails, river and lakes, State Parks, ski hills, National Forests and much more!
Get Your Mountain On with Outdoor Activities
There are so many things to do up on the Rim and in the White Mountains every season of the year. The fishing is outstanding and rated as one of the top trout fishing areas in the State of Arizona. It is the only place you will find the Native White Mountain Apache Trout. The abundant wildlife attracts many hunters during hunting season and there is plenty of room at the inn throughout Rim Country and the White Mountains, including SunrisePark Resort, Greer and Springerville-Eagar. Once summer temperatures hit the Valleys, you can count on much cooler weather up here. On the average, Rim Country and the White Mountains are about 20 degrees or more cooler. That makes for great golfing at one of our many Golf Courses. In the winter, you can trade in your hiking boots for a pair of ski boots or snowshoes. There are some great Nordic ski areas located around the area that are perfect for a pristine winter experience. Click on the pictures above and choose your next Mountain experience.....
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