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Old 10-09-2013, 09:15 AM   #1
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Came up 93. Was wondering about going back 95 to Rt 10? Good road? Want to wind up around Phoenix.
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95 is a good road. I enjoy traveling on it. No major climbs and it's in good condition.

If you don't need to go to Quartzite, you can take 72 east out of Parker to 60 E and go to Salome. Take Salome Rd. to I-10. Alternatively, you can go take 60 straight through Salome to Wickenburg, then follow 60 down into Phoenix. They are all good two-lane roads.

I-10 is an expressway if you prefer that. It is an excellent road.
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There is US95 and AZ95 that parallel each other on each side of the Colorado river. US95 goes from Vegas to I40 then east to Needles CA off on US95 south to Blythe CA and I10. You can also cross the river on I40 and take AZ95 through Lake Havasu City and all the way to Quartzite and I10. Or, US95 east on CA62 to Parker and AZ95. The shortcut on 72 east of Parker to I10 is what I take whenever I go that direction.
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Came up 93. Was wondering about going back 95 to Rt 10? Good road? Want to wind up around Phoenix.

Yes, that's a good road.
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