Arizona's Historic & Scenic White Mountain Region
and Little Colorado Plateau
Get to know the real people of the West, past and present, whose tracks have crisscrossed Arizona's White Mountains and Little Colorado Plateau over the centuries. See abundant wildlife, vergant forests, extinct volcanoes and breathtaking expanses of high desert grasslands that served as a backdrop for countless sagas.
This self-guided tour transports you back in time with glimpses of Ancestral Puebloans, Spanish sheepmen, Mormon colonists, Texas cowboys, New York bankers, Apache Indians and Black cavalrymen, mountain men and wild critters came together in a vivid contrast of conflict and cooperation.
Meet today's Navajo, the "Dine", and the White Mountain Apache. Visit the sites and museums in this uncrowded and unspoilded region. Stop at one of the many rodeos, quilting bees, tribal fairs, or other small town events and get to know the people along the Trail of Many Tracks. You'll find them a varied and friendly representation of the real West!
If you don't have the Trail of Many Tracks CD sets you may download the entire CD's to burn your own. Or, if you wish, download the files to your iPod (or other portable audio player). Click here to get the files.