"How do I get to the Alligator Juniper the Hotshots saved?"
Well...it's been local tradition for decades to have a local take you. While the information can be found on line, the tradition was started to protect the tree from damage (it's purportedly the second oldest living Alligator Juniper in the world!).
Now owned by a different business, the 6th Street building was the fire station for the Granite Mountain Hotshots, and site of the Fence.
Old Pioneer's Cemetery, at 1300 Iron Springs Road is the location of the burial site of many of the members.
Hiking area where the Hotshots trained; a small makeshift memorial is located at the top.
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