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5,682 - 8,356
H: 82°F L: 19°F
274 Sunny Days
The US average is 205 sunny days.
The US average is 16.1 in.
The US average is 27.8 in.
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50 US AQI (AIR QUALITY INDEX)
Hundreds of trails covering 26 miles. Indian Springs Trail & Railroad Grade Trail.
Each town has many recreational areas like parks and campgrounds.
Lakes are scattered all throughout the White Mountains.
The White Mountains region is a true oasis in the Arizona high country. Small lakes and Pine trees cover this mountainous area of Eastern Arizona.
The White Mountains of Arizona includes the following cities Alpine, Eagar, Heber Overgaard, Greer, Pinetop Lakeside, Show Low, St. Johns, Springerville, Snowflake, Taylor, and Vernon.
The White Mountains of Northern Arizona are a mountain range and mountainous region in the eastern part of the state. They're called "The White Mountains" due to their snow capped peaks, which gives them their white appearance you can't find anywhere else in Arizona.
Show Low is the largest city in The White Mountains. The population as of 2019 is 11,130.
Greer is the smallest town in The White Mountains. As of 2019, it only has a population of 39.
The major routes into The White Mountains include State Route 277 (from Payson), US 69 (from Globe), and SR 77 (from Flagstaff).
Real estate in The White Mountains ranges from very affordable cabins in the low $100K-200K range and lots in the 10K-200K range, all the way up to multi million dollar mountain homes.
There is over 100+ neighborhoods in The White Mountains. Some of the more popular neighborhoods include Torreon Golf Club, Sierra Pines, High Country Pines, Hidden Meadow Ranch
The White Mountains is a great place to live. With its forests, lakes, and cool weather The White Mountains is a highly sought after area to live in Arizona. People not only love the outdoor lifestyle and beauty of mother nature, but they really enjoy being part of a tightnit community.
The entire White Mountain region is a popular destination for second-home buyers. Because of the housing marketing being driven up by second time home owners, there are few affordable first-time buyer homes for sale in the area. The median list price for homes in The White mountains is between $200-300k.