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Arizona Route 89A, Arizona

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State Route 89A is an 83.85mi state highway that runs from Prescott north to Flagstaff in the U.S. state of Arizona. The highway begins at SR 89 and heads northward from Prescott, entering Jerome. From Jerome, the route then heads to Cottonwood and Sedona. The highway is notable for its scenic value as it passes through Sedona and the Oak Creek Canyon. The route then enters Flagstaff, where it crosses Interstate 17 and I-40. The highway ends at I-40 Business in Flagstaff. What is now SR 89A became a state highway in the late 1920s as SR 79. The highway was extended and improved several times through 1938. SR 79 was renumbered to U.S. Route 89A in 1941 and then to SR 89A in the early 1990s.Route descriptionSR 89A runs from its southern terminus in Prescott northward through the towns of Jerome, Cottonwood and Sedona to its northern terminus in Flagstaff. The highway is known for its scenic views as it passes through the Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon.
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  • We went with a gray sky, we then had the snow, it was magical; stunning scenery along the river; and further down the large snowy straights, we saw 2 wolves in freedom, it was amazing
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  • Driving from Sedona AZ and back to Prescott is definitely the way to go. With all of the hairpin turns and switchbacks, it is better to go up than down. Jerome is literally built on many steep cliffs,...  more »
  • Travelling the road from Prescott, AZ through Jerome to Cottonwood, AZ was a thrill ride to say the least. As the two lane road wound its way through the mountains and canyons, it was better than goin...  more »