Highway 89 A, Arizona, United States
Colorado River, Navajo Bridge, Marble Canyon, Cliff Dwellers
Driving Arizona Route 89A - Timelapse - Cottonwood - Jerome - Over the mountain to Prescott Valley
Just a fun little time lapse video showing the drive from Cottonwood to Jerome and over the mountain pass down into Prescott Valley. This video is in 4x speed to condense for time.
If you get car sick or dizzy easily, don't watch this.
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Highway 89A drive from Flagstaff to Sedona || Amazing scenic drive || Arizona State Route 89A
Upon leaving Sedona, SR 89A becomes the state designated Sedona–Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Road. The highway heads northeast into a wooded area from Sedona and follows Oak Creek as it enters Oak Creek Canyon. SR 89A then curves to the north as it follows the creek and provides access to Slide Rock State Park along this portion of the highway. The roadway leaves the creek as it begins to ascend through the canyon. At the edge of the canyon, the Scenic Road designation ends. Upon ascending, the road goes through a series of hairpin turns (no trucks over 50 ft.) towards the Mogollon Rim. The roadway continues northward away from the canyon towards Flagstaff. It curves northeastward as it passes to the west of the Forest Highlands Golf Club. The route continues to the northeast towards I-17 near Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. SR 89A begins to run concurrently with I-17 as a freeway northward. The two highways continue north to an interchange with I-40, where I-17 terminates. The route continues north along Milton Road, passing to the west of Northern Arizona University before reaching its northern terminus at I-40 Business in Flagstaff.
Arizona US 89A
goin down a long winding hill in northwest Az. Check out the view!
Arizona State Highway 89A: a drive through Jerome AZ
Route 89A - Sedona, Arizona - 4k Driving tour
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Navajo Bridge, Route 89A, Marble Canyon, Arizona, USA 4K (UHD)
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RT 89A Sedona to Flagstaff Arizona Uncut
Scenic ride from Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon to Little America hotel in Flagstaff.
Drive - Flagstaff, AZ to Grand Canyon - US-89 N to AZ-64 W
This drive starts in Flagstaff, AZ and follows US-89 N to AZ-64 W. I pull into several of the Grand Canyon pull outs and you can see the canyon along the drive. The drive ends following AZ-64 S to Tusayan.
The Canyon starts at 4:26.
Arizona US 89T
Approaching Mile 0 of US 89T in Arizona
Arizona State Route 89A from Prescott to Jerome, AZ
GroPro 3 strapped to the hood of our Cadillac on our way to Jerome. Watch for the motorcycle wreck on the left side of the road towards the end of the video.
Scenic Arizona State Route 89A to Sedona, AZ
A beautiful journey from Flagstaff, Arizona, through the mountains and into the hikers paradise known as Sedona! One of the most scenic drives in Arizona.
Sedona Arizona Road Trip, Highway 89A
After landing at the Sedona Airport we drive through downtown Sedona in search of a Mexican restaurant named the Javelina Cantina Sedona. The food was great and the salsa was fantastic. Really enjoyed it. After that we left Sedona and traveled on Arizona 89A up to Flagstaff where our hotel was. The story I'm telling about a crash at the airport happened on october 8th , 2013 as we were inbound and forced us to divert to Flagstaff. A single engine Mooney was landing on runway 21 with a strong gusty wind and he touched down fast and long. The pilot then tried to go around. On either end of the runway is a drop off and the Mooney and it's 3 occupants went off the edge, 250 feet down the side of the mountain. Fortunately all three survived but, the airport was closed till the next day. Things to do in Sedona AZ.
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U.S. 89 Arizona Highway Collapse Explanation
U.S. 89 is the main road connecting Page to Flagstaff and the Valley. More than 120 feet of the highway has sunk nearly 4 feet just south of Page in the Navajo Nation, according to Dustin Krugel of ADOT.
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Highway 89A drive from Flagstaff to Sedona
A must watch video if you have the time
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Arizona Route 89 Beeline Highway
A beautiful road between Phoenix and Payson, AZ
US Hwy 89A Arizona Southbound to Hwy 89 Intersection
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US Hwy 89 Arizona Southbound past Hwy 89A Intersection
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Navajo Bridge Arizona
Navajo Bridge crosses the Colorado River's Marble Canyon near Lee's Ferry in the US state of Arizona carrying U.S. Route 89A.
Spanning Marble Canyon, the bridge historic Navajo bridge (834 feet across and 467 feet above river) was built in 1929 and spans across the Colorado River at Marble Canyon in Arizona.