Granite Peak

Granite Peak, Rodeo: Address, Granite Peak Reviews: 4.5/5

Granite Peak
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A large, natural rock formation providing breathtaking views.
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Jack F
Lively, VA4 contributions
What a vista
May 2013 • Couples
Just traveling down Rt. 80 for the first time looking for Rusty's RV park when the elevation began to rise and the road steepened. The mountains closed in on the road from both sides. As we reached the apex it was like tunnel vision for 100 yds. or so when suddenly the mountains withdrew presenting us with a vast panorama of the valley so stunning I tugged the big Bounder off the road while we just sat and looked We went back several times and took pictures but they did not catch the beauty and spectacle of the view.
Written February 17, 2014
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Jerry A
Cedar City, UT40 contributions
Why People End up Moving Here
Jan 2013
Its the pass. 15 miles south of I-10 on Highway 80 Granite Pass opens the San Simon Valley to a picture perfect view. In the far distance is the Chiricahua Mountains and Portal AZ. Many many people who now live in this valley were sold when they came through Granite Pass.
Written January 23, 2013
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mtvalley
Rodeo, NM2 contributions
Wonderful Views
Nov 2011 • Friends
Easy hiking and panorama views. U.S. Hwy. 80, parking by a gate and walk how ever long and far you want to go.
Written November 20, 2011
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