Hiking Arizonaby Stewart W. Aitchison, Bruce Grubbs
Every month of the year, hikers follow thousands of miles of hiking trails into some of the wildest, grandest, and most diverse terrain in the United States. They're Hiking Arizona. From the Grand Canyon to the central mountains to the southern desert, Arizona's most popular trails, just as accessible, just as breathtaking, but far less traveled. Whether you seek a popular route or a relatively undiscovered one, Hiking Arizona, formerly The Hiker's Guide to Arizona, can introduce you to Arizona's natural wonders. It can lead you to the hummingbird paradise of Ramsey Canyon; to Slick Rock, where water cascades down steep slabs of granite; to the snows of the San Francisco Peaks; and to other dramatic landscapes. Authors Stewart Aitchison and Bruce Grubbs have hiked Arizona's trails for years. Their firsthand experiences, combined with those of a dozen other hikers and natural resource agencies, make Hiking Arizona the most detailed, up-to-date guide available. Trail maps and photos supplement 102 interesting hike descriptions. Also included are a foreword by Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt as well as tips on hiking techniques, ethics, and backcountry safety. Make room in your pack for Hiking Arizona.
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