Silver King Mine Road/Peachville Mountains

#38: Silver King Mine Road (page #128)

As a quick follow-up to our last blog post and to answer some of the questions we’ve received overnight from readers (thank you!)…

For those who have picked up a copy of our “Wild in Arizona:  Photographing Arizona’s Wildflowers, A Guide to When, Where, and How,” turn to page 128 for the Silver King Mine Road which gets you into the Peachville Mountain area to which Paul Wolterbeek referred in the last post.  We’ve provided directions, a map, and photography tips to help get you to the right place at the right time and record this magical site.

Before you head out this weekend, please also take a minute to review the “Leave No Trace Principles” section on page 24 so that everyone may enjoy the first taste of spring!  We can’t emphasize treading lightly enough.

Now, if you haven’t purchased a copy of our guidebook, you can pick up a signed copy and/or eBook at http://www.wildinarizona.com/order.html.  Or stop by the Boyce Thompson Arboretum Gift Shop which is en route to the Silver King Mine Road area.  Silver King Mine Road is just one of 60 different locations featured in the book to see Mother Nature’s bounty in between now and September!

Happy trails,

~Colleen

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