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Virtual Tour of Mt. Graham


Click on any thumbnail to see a larger 3d Topographical map.

Map showing Southern Arizona and the relation between Tucson on the left and Mt. Graham on the right.
Map overlooking the Base Camp area looking toward Mt. Graham and State Route 366 climbing up the Northeast face of the mountain.
Map showing a closer view of the winding road from the Base Camp just off the bottom of the photo to Ladybug Pass in the upper left part of the photo. The elevation changes from 3300 ft. at the Base Camp to 8550 ft. at Ladybug Pass. List of mileage markers here.
Map showing the southern side of Mt. Graham and State Route 366 that continues to wind it's way to the MGIO access road. List of mileage markers here.
Closeup map showing the approximate location of the access road. This final leg of the trip takes you from 9500 ft. to the final elevation of 10500 ft. Be sure to call for clearance before traversing this section. See instruction here.
Map showing the Coronado Forest.
Topographical map showing the MGIO site and location.
   
   
   
   


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Last updated: 11/08/11.