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By Bill Kirchner, February 13, 2010
Arizona's Honeymoon Trail Marker
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1Arizona (Maricopa County), Mesa — 532 — Arizona's Honeymoon Trail
For nearly forty years, couples from Arizona settlements left their homes each fall after harvest and traveled 400 miles to St. George, Utah. Winding slowly through desert and steep canyons, crossing barren plateaus, and passing rivers and pools of . . . Map (db m27552) HM
2Utah (Washington County), Hurricane — Pioneer TrailsTwo Important Pioneer Trails Lie to the South of Here
Historic Temple Trail The Temple Trail which has two parts, was used during the years 1874-1876 to bring lumber by ox-team from two sawmills at Nixon Springs on the south face of Mount Trumbull to St. George, eighty miles away, for constructing . . . Map (db m59362) HM
3Utah (Washington County), St. George — The Temple & Honeymoon Trails
The Temple Trail The temple trail is the route used from 1871 to 1877 to haul timber from Mt. Trumbull, Arizona, to St. George, Utah, for the building of the St. George LDS Temple. Pioneers traveled 80 miles along the rough, dirt road, hauling . . . Map (db m59311) HM
 
 
  
  
 
Jul. 29, 2021