There was a slower, simpler time before the interstate picked up the pace of today. Back then, Route 66 was the Main Street of America.
Starting near Ash Fork and ending in Topock, Arizona has the longest remaining stretch of old Route 66. It goes through arid tribal lands, high desert sagebrush, and mountain switchbacks. This is one of 25 scenic byways in Arizona, and much of it is still preserved by locals who’ve been there for generations.