|Length||123 mi / 197.9 km|
|Time to Allow||Four to five hours of driving time, including over 400 switchbacks|
There are no fees along the road itself, but some campgrounds charge fees.
Drive through high desert and forests, and see former Native American footpaths first used as horse paths by Conquistadors and prospectors, then as wagon trails for pioneers. While admiring the scenic beauty, imagine nomadic tribes of hunters, gatherers, trappers, outlaws, homesteaders, lumberjacks, and ranchers living along the byway.
Coronado Trail Scenic Byway
Greenlee County Chamber of Commerce
Hannagan Meadow Lodge
USFS Apache-Sitgreaves Nat. Forest Alpine Ranger District
USFS Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Clifton Ranger Station