Driving the Great Western Trail in Arizona: An Off-Road Travel Guide to the Great Western Trail in Arizona

Driving the Great Western Trail in Arizona: An Off-Road Travel Guide to the Great Western Trail in Arizona

by Jennifer L Andrews, Raymond C Andrews

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Overview

This third edition in black and white of "Driving the Great Western Trail in Arizona," contains four new trails. In addition, two of the original trails have been modified.

Would you like to camp on an Indian Reservation or in an unspoiled forest or star-lit desert accompanied by the sounds of native wildlife?

Would you like to show your children where the deer and the antelope really play, and to drive on the Mormon Honeymoon Trail or the Moqui Stagecoach Trail as the pioneers did in covered wagons?

If so, then stock your Jeep, pack a tent and this book, and say goodbye to the hustle and bustle of civilization for a week.

You can also vicariously enjoy the Great Western Trail from the passenger's seat in the four-wheeling DVD adventure, "The Great Western Trail in Arizona."

Traveling more than 418 miles through deserts, streams, and over mountains, you'll visit the twelve sections of the trail that will awe both newbies to the sport, as well as hard-core, off-road aficionados.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781979037693
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/24/2017
Pages: 178
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Raymond and Jennifer Andrews have been avid off-road enthusiasts since 1997 when they first began exploring the desert around Winslow, Arizona. By 1999 they had driven all of the easier trails in the Phoenix area and were looking for a new vehicle and new challenges. The vehicle was a yellow Jeep they modified to survive the toughest off-road challenges Arizona has to offer. They found the challenge on the Rubicon Trail, one of the most notorious and difficult trails in the country.

A year after their trip to the Rubicon they were featured in an article in The New York Times, "Going off Road, Two by Two," by George P. Blumberg.

Since then they have ventured numerous times into the Arizona and California wildernesses with their Jeep and trailers. This book details the challenges they encountered and the roads they traveled while mapping and driving the Great Western Trail in Arizona.

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