Sightseeing, Tourism, Lodging
Living in Jerome and looking out across the valley is really more of the experience of Jerome. Pictures of Jerome itself do not capture the spirit of the place. I live in Jerome and these views are similar to what I see from my porch. They actually call my place the Eagle’s nest. So it is an experience of sky and the vastness of the earth.
This is a view from Jerome, looking back across the Verde Valley to the cliffs of Sedona.
Travel a little ways out past Jerome on the Iron Horse Expedition, and this is what you will see: Sycamore Canyon wilderness area (The Little Grand Canyon) and the Sacred Peaks in the background.
Okay. Here's a picture of Jerome. Three thousand feet above the Verde Valley. Nobody would have ever attempted such a feat, if not for the presence of copper and a little bit of gold and silver.
Well, I don't know if I would want to live in this house. In fact, I haven't looked lately but it may not even be standing as I write this. Jerome sits on top of 88 miles of tunnels. Most of the houses have a differential between the front and back of the house of more than twenty feet. So you frequently park and walk into the top floor of a three story building.