Eastern Mojave Vegetation Arizona Highway 260  

Tom Schweich  

Home Page  Major east–west state highway in north-central part of the U.S. state of Arizona. It connects State Route 89A in Cottonwood to U.S. Route 180 and U.S. Route 191 in Eagar.




Junction: Arizona Highway 89A
  Junction: Interstate 17

Other articles:
• Arizona Highway 87:   at AZ 260;  

Junction: Arizona Highway 87, north.



Locations: Pine.  


There is a Marcus E. Jones collection of Frasera speciosa made at Pine.



Other articles:
• Arizona Highway 87:   at AZ 260 E;  


Junction: Arizona Highway 87, south.



Locations: Christopher Creek.  

Christopher Creek


Other articles:
• Arizona Highway 288:   at AZ 260;  

Junction: Young Road (Arizona Highway 288)




  Junction: Arizona Highway 277, east to Snow Flake.



Locations: Heber-Overgaard.  



Locations: Sitgreaves National Forest, Black Mesa District.  

Sitgreaves National Forest, Black Mesa District
  Junction: US Highway 60, west to Phoenix.



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  Junction: US Highway 60, east.

Other articles:
• Forest Road 300:   at AZ260;  

Junction: Forest Road 300, "Rim Road"
  Junction: Arizona Highway 73, south to Fort Apache.
  Arizona Highway 273, south to Big Lake

Locations: Greens Peak.  

Junction: Forest Road 117, north to Greens Peak, a collection locality for Frasera speciosa.

Other articles:
• Arizona Highway 261:   at AZ 260;  

Junction: Arizona Highway 261, south to Big Lake.




Junction: US Highway 180, north to Grand Canyon.

Other articles:
• US Highway 191:   at AZ 260;  

  • US Highway 180, south through New Mexico into Texas.
  • US Highway 191, south.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 7/13/2024 8:00:27 AM