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Apache Trail is called Apache Trail out of respect for the native americans who built this road. It was built in the relatively recent times (1800's) but it was done mainly through severe manual labor. The sharp cliffs that it runs through are too winding to get modern equipment in. So the builders who were mainly native americans used carts, animals, hand tools and explosives to carve this road out of the desert and hillsides.
Tortilla Flat has a huge population of 6. Yep, six people. It was an old stagecoach stop and has continued operation for 100 years with a special permit from Tonto National Forest.
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