Arizona might be best known for the Grand Canyon, but there’s so much more that Truline regional truck drivers get the advantage of seeing while out on the road in Arizona. Not only is Phoenix an incredible city full of entertainment, arts and culture, and the perfect base for families, but Truline drivers get to take their rigs out on interstates 10 and 17, U.S. Route 60, see everything this picturesque state has to offer, and often make it home in time for dinner.
Regardless of what regional route our drivers are sent out on, you’re bound to get a glimpse of plenty of the best Arizona landscapes and sceneries. Take a look at some of our favorites:
Close to Red Rock State Park, Sedona is often dubbed one of the most beautiful cities in America. When you take a look at the backdrop, it’s no surprise. Every stunning trail and red rock cliff is enough to bring peace to anyone. There are even multiple spiritual “vortexes” that provide healing powers to those nearby. Nevertheless, whether you find yourself in spiritual zen or not, a day trip through Sedona will definitely be a favorite stop along your route with Truline.
Considered otherworldly by many visitors, the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument is made up of some incredible sights, such as the Wave in Coyote Buttes North and more. Although some spots may need a decent hike to get to, it’s definitely worth a spot on your route if you have some spare time to kill. Although you may need a permit to see the far areas of the monument, the base of the Vermillion Cliffs is very much visible from the main highway.
Located in Lake Havasu City, the lake itself is something you can’t help but dive into. A popular destination for water skiing and other outdoor activities, Lake Havasu is also the resting spot of the London Bridge, which was relocated to the lake in 1971 – from London. It’s most definitely worth a few minutes pause to breathe in the fresh air and maybe check out the unique shops downtown to find a gift to bring home to the family.
Okay, we couldn’t finish this article without mentioning Arizona’s top destination. Although you might not want to stop and mingle with the tourists, as you drive by the Grand Canyon, there are multiple viewpoints if you find yourself on Highway 67. Even if you remember seeing the Grand Canyon on a childhood field trip or you consider it something you could see anytime, there’s always a sense of wonder and self-awareness when you gain the opportunity to look at the vastness it has to offer.
Whatever destinations you get to see while driving for Truline, the best reward is being able to make it home most nights. Our best-in-class trucks make driving easy and comfortable, so you may not even want to go home. Curious about the perks of the job and what it takes to thrive in a position as a regional truck driver with Truline? Take a look at our open opportunities today!
Stay tuned to learn more about the sights you’ll see driving for Truline across multiple regions of the United States.