86 Miles: Two Difficult Passes Climbed; Entered Into New Mexico - February 13, 2008
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From Safford, I traveled east and then turned north toward Three Way, Arizona. There was a lot of climbing in wide open areas like this.
Here's a shot as I looked back -- that's Mount Graham out there. So beautiful!
I biked over a pass and headed downhill to Three Way where you can head to Clifton, Duncan or Mule Creek, New Mexico. I chose Mule Creek.
More lonely highway as I biked toward the New Mexico state line.
It's a tough ascent. You will get quite a workout!
The New Mexico state line. There were more ups and downs through Mule Creek all the way to Glenwood.