Aerial: Salt River Canyon in 4K
Summer is here, so enjoy these aerial views of fun times in the Salt River Canyon, a jewel in the Arizona wilderness between the San Carlos and White Mountain Apache Reservations! Don't forget to watch it in 4K/HD. Who wants to take a trip out here?
Footage shot with DJI Phantom 3 Professional in 4K and edited in Apple Final Cut Pro X. Background music used with permission.
AZ Route 88, Apache Trail - Driving Deep Canyon along Apache Lake & Salt River in Arizona 4K
Driving in the deep canyon wilderness in Arizona on Route 88, Apache Trail along Apache Lake & Salt River. Thank you for watching and enjoy the drive in the nature wilderness.
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Rockinstraw, Salt River Canyon Wilderness 2011 - Part 4 of 5
Making our way on the shelf below the base of the cliffs from the Cave to the top. Triplog and photos:
Scenic - Upper Salt River Canyon Arizona, Historic Wilderness
Not sure why the resolution on the canyon uploads are so terrible...may have to re-up them...but not anytime soon ;)
I am enjoying watching these again
Salt River Canyon AZ
This is Salt River Canyon in the center of Arizona. For those who thought they have seen steep with mountains, check out the canyon. This was going down, then back up it in my 80,000 lb flatbed truck.
Salt River Canyon Ride
En route from Sacramento back to Santa Fe on Wednesday, April 8, 2015, via Southern California and the Phoenix area, I rode US Route 60 from Apache Junction, AZ, through the Fort Apache indian Reservation and on to New Mexico. It is a beautiful ride. This section, spanning the Salt River Canyon, is one of the most scenic.
Backpacking the Superstition Wilderness, AZ - Jan 2018
Overnight backpacking trip in Superstition Wilderness, Jan 2-3, 2018. Hike begins on Lost Dutchman trailhead 8 miles NE of Apache Junction, AZ. Trails include Lost Dutchman, Second Water, and Black Mesa.
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Salt River Canyon - Arizona: Steep Grade, Switchback, Beautiful Views
If you don't want to listen to me babbling on or the sound of the engine brake holding the truck back, well, simply turn the sound off on the video and then play your favorite song while watching : )
Salt River Canyon, AZ 6.7.14
Copper State Riders - About a dozen bikes on the ride via US 60 northbound between Globe and Show Low, AZ. Best viewed with setting on 1080p HD.
Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area - Safford, Arizona
RV camping and boondocking on BLM land near the Gila River and exploring Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area near Safford, Arizona. While hiking along the bank of the Gila River I encountered a Gila monster for the first time. The Gila Box is a picturesque canyon lined with Fremont cottonwood, Goodding’s willow, and Arizona sycamore trees. The inviting clear cool waters of the Gila River are popular for kayaking, canoeing, tubing, swimming, wading, and fishing.
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Salt River Canyon ride
Descent into the Salt River Canyon on rt 60 east bound. No room for error on this road.
Wave Cave Superstition Mountains Arizona Hike with GoPro and Canon Photos
Hiking The Wave Cave in The Superstition Mountains of Arizona!
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AZ Drive, Apache Trail: Canyon Lk & Tortilla Flat
iPad movie! Canyon Lake is a reservoir that was created by the damming of the Salt River. It is located up the Apache Trail, within the Superstition Wilderness. This route also passes through Tortilla Flat, Arizona, the smallest community in the state, population: 6!
Hieroglyphic Canyon in the Superstition Mountains
This is an overview of the Hieroglyphic Trail that leads to Hieroglyphic Canyon in the Superstition Mountains. Enjoy 700 year old petroglyphs, seasonal water, wildlife, desert landscape and amazing views. You can learn more at:
Hiking & Exploring the Southwest: Arizona and Utah
Short video clips from hiking/exploring the Southwest in Arizona and Utah: Horseshoe Bend; Angel's Landing; Little Horse Trail; Declicate Arch; Bryce Canyon; Wire Pass Trail; Toadstool Trail; The Narrows; Superstition Mtns; a gulch hike; Lower Salt River; Sonoran Desert/Red Mtn; Red Rock Scenic Byway.
WE FIND A Prehistoric burial site found near Superior Az PART 1 WE FIND LOST RUINS, WHERE ??
James calls me and tells me there are lost ruin's at Superior Arizona right under our noses . We read the article and set out for an adventure of a lifetime . We set perimeters and plan our assault. Our goal is to have our youtube followers help us find the mystery location . What we find is goverment conspiracy , folklore myths legends and lies . You won't believe how this series ends you won't want to miss it IT'S TIME TO GET IN THE TRUCK ! HERE IS THE ARTICLE FROM THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR DEC 12 2014 A centuries-old Native American burial site has been uncovered along U.S. Highway 60 in Superior, including the remains of at least nine people and evidence of 40 rooms that once stood there.
The human remains, discovered about five miles west of the Oak Flat Campground in the Tonto National Forest, will be repatriated to the Gila River Indian Community, on whose ancestral lands the remains were found, said Todd Pitezel, state repatriation coordinator for the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona campus.
The remains — discovered between this spring and October — likely date to the 14th century and represent the Salado people, who were made up of a mix of cultures. The U.S. National Park Service said the Salado are an extension of the Hohokam, who used irrigation canals to farm in the Salt and Gila River valleys, beginning thousands of years ago. The Hohokam and Salado population there decreased drastically between 1350 and 1450, likely because of drought. Those who remained are the ancestors of today’s Gila and Salt River communities, says the Arizona Museum of Natural History.The Gila River Indian Community “views any burial disturbances as a desecration to the Huhugam,” the O’odham name for their ancestors and living relatives, Barnaby Lewis, Gila River Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, said in a statement. “However in this modern day, it is unavoidable and we take great strides to protect our ancestors with privacy and respect.”
The remains will be reburied on the Gila River reservation.
Many Hohokam and more recent Apache artifacts are scattered throughout that area, archaeologists say, including on the 2,400-acre parcel above a massive copper deposit that could be acquired by a foreign mining company this week.
The bill to privatize the parcel, which includes land sacred to Native American tribes, was tucked into the must-pass National Defense Authorization Act by legislators last week. A final U.S. Senate vote is expected no later than today.
The presence of the Gila River Indian Community’s ancestors in the area is one reason the tribe opposes the mining project, Lewis said in the statement.
“Overall, the community opposes any mining project, including the one proposed by Resolution Copper in the Oak Flat area. This mining project in particular will be destructive to the environment,” the email said.
The recent finding at U.S. Highway 60 is the biggest settlement discovered in Superior, said Scott Wood, heritage program manager with the Tonto National Forest.
“It’s the only one like it in Superior that we know of, and certainly the largest one we know of,” he said.
Anna Neuzil is project director for EcoPlan Associates, the archaeological consultants performing the archaeological review for the Arizona Department of Transportation. Neuzil said ADOT officials will not allow her to discuss the findings with the media.
The burial site will be destroyed by the project, but first archaeologists will ensure that all human remains have been collected and repatriated, and will document all other historical artifacts found there, such as decorative pottery, tools and structures, Wood said.
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Flying fun over the Upper Salt River Canyon
A fun video of the Phantom 1 flying over the upper Salt River Canyon in Arizona.
Phantom 2 vision (Salt river canyon) Arizona
Very windy day 20mph and gusts of 30. The phantom does very well in the wind.
Whitewater Rafting Arizona: What Customers Have to Say About Salt River Rafting
Salt River Rafting has some of the best White Water Rafting Arizona Has to offer. A close drive from Phoenix the spectacular Salt River Canyon offers some of the most unique and scenic rafting around. Don't just take it from us! Hear what other customers have to say about their trip on the Salt River Canyon.
Experience spectacular Salt River rafting in the Upper Salt River Canyon! Paddle through an incredible 2000-foot deep canyon as you take on rapids such as “Maytag,” “Overboard” and “Mescal Falls”. Check out this season’s newest Salt River Rafting videos. The Salt River drops at over 20 feet per mile as it carves a canyon full of wilderness to discover. The high Sonoran Desert scenery and fun filled whitewater make this a special place best shared with friends and family. Mild to Wild Rafting provides a delicious, guide prepared, grilled steak lunch on our one day trips. Longer trips take you further into the wilderness section of the spectacular Salt River Canyon. The scenery changes dramatically from day to day, and plunges you into bigger rapids! Indulge in the ultimate: catered multi-day trips with our deluxe river camp setup.
Arizona Spring Break Rafting and Spring Training Cactus League Adventures:
Salt River Rafting is the perfect 1 day or 5 day outing for Spring break.
Take a break from your Cactus League Spring Training trip and add on some Arizona white water rafting.
Close to Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Surprise, Tucson, Tempe, Glendale and Fountain Hills.
Top 8 Reasons to Choose Mild to Wild on our Salt River Rafting trips:
-The extra mile (literally) upstream from the main put-in provides 2 additional rapids (when accessible)
-Multifaceted Satellite communication systems to coordinate the details of your adventure and increase safety
-Specially designed 4-wheel drive vehicles to ensure your shuttle out on the rugged trails
-Different boat options for various water levels and adventure desires
-Free helmets, free wetsuits, free wetsuit boots and free splash jackets
-Our Arizona trips are operated with Colorado’s stricter state standards
-Quality trip leaders average 2,000 river miles experience
-The highest possible ratings from the Forest Service and Apache Tribe, our governing agencies