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Considerable effort has been made to ensure that the information for Arizona walking clubs is up-to-date, accurate and complete. To correct errors or add new or omitted walking clubs to the Arizona walking clubs directory, please submit the additions or corrections via the contact form.




Thunder Mountain Trekkers

3288 S Sky Hawk Dr
Sierra Vista, AZ 85650
Nancy Breen
(520) 378-1763
members.cox.net/aztrekkers
azgreyhounds@cox.net




Saguaro Sun Striders

12726 W. Blue Bonnet Dr
Sun City West, AZ 85375
Loralie Cruz
(206) 909-3944
saguarosunstriders.org
loralie_c@cox.net




Tucson Volkssport Klub

270 S Candlestick Dr
Tucson, AZ 85748
Fred Barton
(520) 298-4340
home.att.net/~jdmount/
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Arizona Hiking Trails Guidebooks

Hiking Arizona

Hiking Arizona is a comprehensive guide for hikers of all interests and capabilities. With detailed descriptions of 98 different trails, you'll not only know where to go but also what to expect when you get there. Unlike some guides that concentrate on certain parks or regions, Hiking Arizona covers the entire state. It includes large maps that provide rich detail in a format that's easy to read, a trail finder that allows you to quickly locate trails based on criteria important to you, and practical information on park hours, length and difficulty of trails, facility details, permit requirements, and other pertinent information for parks and surrounding areas.

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100 Classic Hikes in Arizona

Whether you want to scramble up the parched red rock of Boynton Canyon, soak your weary feet at the base of Havasu Falls, or cross Hidden Valley's desert sands dotted with Saguaro cactus, Arizona has a hike to suit your inclination and ability. This guidebook offers 100 choice trails for day hikers and backpackers alike to explore five regions of Arizona, including the Colorado plateau, central highlands, central deserts, southeastern basin and range, and western deserts. It features awe-inspiring color photos by the author, along with maps and at-a-glance information that details mileage, hiking time, elevation, seasonal considerations, and contact information. Each trail description contains directions to the trailhead, possible hazards, trail gradation, major junctions, and notable vegetation.

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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Phoenix

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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Phoenix provides a wealth of information for each hike with detailed maps, charts showing the elevation gain/loss, key at-a-glance trail info, GPS coordinates, and more. Each trail is described "In Brief" with a sentence or two, then expanded upon describing every aspect of the hike. Most descriptions also feature a black and white photo of the trail, scenery, or a unique feature of the hike. Included in the introductions and prefaces are particularly useful lists that make it easy to find the kind of hike one might be looking for. Also charted are hikes with scrambling or climbing, those with archaeological ruins, those best for children, hikes best for wildflowers, those for regular workouts, and hikes for runners. The book also has a short-but-useful appendix section, listing where to locally find hiking supplies, maps, and hiking clubs, and a glossary of both general hiking terms and ones that might be fairly particular to Arizona (like hoodoo and javelina).

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Best Short Hikes in Arizona

Kindle Edition - Best Short Hikes in Arizona

Don and Barbara Laine present the best of the best of Arizona's short hikes - with an emphasis on "user-friendly." To make selection easy, a "Hikes at a Glance" chart lists trails by distance, elevation gain, difficulty, and location. Other charts list hikes by best places to admire rock formations, see desert plant life, enjoy scenic views, explore historic and prehistoric sites, relax along a shady stream or lake, take the kids, or see wildlife. Important details such as entry fees, restrooms, drinking water, and campground information are listed up front; there's a map and elevation profile for each hike. Most hikes are rated easy or moderate, making them perfect for families, plus a selection of more strenuous hikes. Regions covered include the Phoenix, Sedona, Tucson/southern Arizona, and Flagstaff/northeastern Arizona areas; the Grand Canyon (north and south rims) and Petrified Forest National Parks; and Organ Pipe and Chiracahua National Monuments.

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Hiking Northern Arizona

Hiking Northern Arizona covers 120 of the finest trails in this spectacular region. When southern deserts are hot, escape to the high alpine trails outside Flagstaff. When mountains are snow-covered, enjoy treks through wildflowers in the Red Rock area around Sedona. Also included are hikes near Williams, Camp Verde, Cottonwood, and Jerome. This guide offers outings that are suited to day hikers and veteran backpackers alike, making it the perfect sourcebook for exploring the breathtaking countryside that makes up Northern Arizona. Features: accurate directions to trailheads and detailed trail descriptions; easy-to-follow maps with GPS coordinates for the trailheads; trail finder chart to help you choose the perfect hike; difficulty ratings, elevation gains/losses, for every featured hike; area-specific tips on safety, hiking ethics, plants and animals, and preserving the environment.

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Hiking Arizona

Hiking Arizona features 120 outdoor adventures on the state's finest trails - from short nature walks to backcountry treks. Hike the Boucher-Hermit trail through the Grand Canyon, follow the Y Bar Basin-Barnhardt Canyon Loop around Mazatzal Peak, or marvel at the unique rock formations as you climb the Chiricahua Mountains. Local hiker Bruce Grubbs provides all the information you need to get the most out of hiking the Grand Canyon State and enjoying its remarkable vegetation, fascinating animal life, rich history, and breathtaking views.

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Tucson Hiking Guide

This rich, enthusiastic guide to the Tucson, Rincon, Santa Catalina, and Santa Rita Mountains has been completely revised. The third edition of Betty Leavengood's bestselling Tucson Hiking Guide offers new routes and updated access information, detailed maps, and clear descriptions to area trailheads. It also includes: 37 hikes rated easy to difficult by mountain range; information on precautions for desert hiking; historical notes, photographs, and anecdotes; and detailed maps and descriptions with elevation/distance.

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Arizona Trails - South Region

Arizona Trails - South Region navigates 726 miles of the best backcountry trails in south Arizona, in and around Tucson, Yuma, Oracle, Sierra Vista, Coronado National Forest, Douglas, Ajo and Nogales. Trails feature ghost towns, old mines and mill workings, old railroads and stage lines along the 33 off-road trails. Directions include GPS coordinates and all trails are rated for difficulty, mileage, driving time, remoteness and more. Descriptions highlight places to camp, hike, mountain bike, fish and sightsee.

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Hiking Arizona's Cactus Country

Hiking Arizona's Cactus Country explores a broad swath of the Sonoran Desert that extends northward across the Mexican border and encompasses the southern third of Arizona. This comprehensive guide features hikes in Saguaro National Park, Organ Pipe National Monument, the Chiricahua Mountains, and Sky Islands of Coronado National Forest, including thirteen new hikes to total ninety-eight. The trails through Arizona's Cactus Country provide hiking opportunities and challenges for visitors with a wide range of abilities and skills, from easier day hikes to strenuous multi-day backpack trips.

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Hiking Arizona's Geology

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Hiking Arizona's Geology is a geology primer, written at a level understandable to the beginning student yet not condescending to the experienced professional, as well as a hiking guidebook. It sketches the nearly two-billion-year-long geologic history of Arizona, leaving the reader well prepared to understand and appreciate the diverse geology and landscapes of the state. This enables the reader to appreciate the stories contained in rocks and their landforms along the forty-one hikes described in detail. Hikes were selected to illustrate the geologic and climatic diversity of Arizona. Many people not familiar with the state might assume that Arizona is one vast desert, only to be hiked during cool winter days. Not so! This is truly a book for all seasons, covering elevations ranging from about 2,000 to 12,600 feet above sea level.

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Arizona Hiking: Urban Trails, Easy Paths and Overnight Treks

Arizona Hiking: Urban Trails, Easy Paths and Overnight Treks describes hikes in five categories: urban backyard hikes; family hikes that range from easy to moderate; tougher day hikes that range from moderate to advanced; Grand Canyon hikes ranging from easy to advanced; and overnight hikes. Each description gives specific driving directions, elevations, recommended maps, safety suggestions, and official contacts for details on fees, regulations, etc. Hiking chapters start with two to four feature hikes, followed by at-a-glance descriptions of several additional hikes. Other chapters give general hiking preparation and safety guidelines and list additional resources. Includes index and color map of Arizona.

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Best Hikes With Dogs: Arizona

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Best Hikes With Dogs: Arizona features 75 dog-suitable trails throughout the state - many accessible from urban areas - and tips on how to keep your dog safe, healthy, and hydrated in Arizona's arid climate, and what to pack for your pooch: the Ten Canine Essentials and the doggy first aid kit. Most hikes offer shade, if not water, to help keep your dog cool in extreme Arizona conditions. The book emphasizes terrain that's easy on the paws and gives advance warning, trail by trail, on canine hazards to watch for. There are also tips on dealing with canine emergencies and for hiking with minimum dog-impact on the environment. Ranging from short day hikes to extended backpacking trips, many trails included are clustered around urban areas including Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Sedona/Prescott, and other communities in Mogollon Rim country. Some hikes are as far-flung as the Mexican border and the White Mountains of eastern Arizona.

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Hiking Phoenix: Favorite Day Hikes

Hiking Phoenix details 50 of the best of the best day hikes in and around Phoenix. Clear, bold, easy-to-read and down-to-earth maps will connect you from freeway to trailhead and then guide you along the way as you explore the desert trails. The hikes are for all levels of ability. The accompanying verbal descriptions include a quick view contour profile showing elevation change over distance so you can see what you are in for at a glance. Choose your hike with solid information about distance, time, difficulty, level of route finding skill, best season to hike, view wildflowers or whether to take along the family pooch. Hikes range from urban trail areas like Camelback, Squaw (Piestewa) Peak, South Mountain, Pinnacle Peak and the Phoenix Mountains to trails all the way out in the White Tank, Usery and Superstition Mountains. To help you choose from so many hikes, there is a special icon used to depict a few certain trails that are super favorites, worth a far journey and not to be missed. There are also a half dozen cooler high country hikes with creeks and pools shown for when the Arizona desert gets cooking.

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Day Hikes Around Sedona, Arizona

Day Hikes Around Sedona is a comprehensive guide to the extensive network of trails throughout this beautiful area. These one hundred hikes include trails to all the best-known rock formations, as well as secluded trails that travel down remote canyons, across vast plateaus, or lead to archeological sites. Oak Creek gently cascades through town, leaving a corridor of lush vegetation that contrasts with the eroded red rock landscape. Interconnected valleys, canyons, and mesas offer abundant opportunities for hiking and exploration. A range of difficulty levels and scenery is included. All hikes can be completed during the day. Map sources and references are listed for extending the hikes. Each hike includes: detailed maps; accurate driving and hiking directions; distance, time, and elevation statistics; summaries to help hikers find a trail appropriate to their ability and desire; and several overall maps to show the hikes in the greater area.

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Guide to Arizona's Wilderness Areas

Guide to Arizona's Wilderness Areas features 64 hikes throughout Arizona's wilderness areas. It includes color maps to locate the trailhead and the trails. Areas are color-coded for reference, and each hike has a fact box for length, altitude, and difficulty so it's easy to search for a weekend destination.

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Hiking Grand Canyon National Park

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Hiking Grand Canyon National Park provides firsthand descriptions and detailed maps for all the developed trails in the park. Veteran hiker and guidebook author Ron Adkison recommends his favorite routes, from easy day hikes suitable for novices and children to extended backpack trips for intrepid wilderness travelers. He also provides tips on safety, hiking with children, access, and services, as well as indispensable information about backcountry regulations, permits, and water sources.

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Hiking Arizona

Hiking Arizona features 50 of Arizona's best trails and includes information on what to wear, what to take and safety tips. Author and veteran hiiker Don Kiefer has worked with the National Parks Service, explored caves, has a degree in Wildlife and Forestry Conservation, and is in the process of researching and writing about more of Arizona's natural wonders.

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Arizona Trails - West Region

This handy guidebook is a new, full color volume that navigates 485 miles of backcountry trails in western Arizona, near the towns of of Bullhead City, Lake Havasu City, Parker, Kingman, Prescott (west), and Quartzsite (north). See ghost towns, old mines and mill workings, old railroads and stage lines along the 33 off-road trails. Directions include GPS coordinates and all trails are rated for difficulty, mileage, driving time, remoteness and more. Descriptions highlight places to camp, hike, mountain bike, fish, and sightsee.

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Goldfield Mountain Hikes

The Goldfield Mountains are only 40 miles from Phoenix yet largely undiscovered. Hikers who visit the Goldfields experience a land of intricate and spectacular volcanic formations, ridges, canyons, arches, and a charming and vicacious upper Sonoran ecosystem. In this book, the author, a lifelong outdoors enthusiast and master hiker guides you throughout this picturesque wilderness area on 33 meticulously charted routes. Each hike has a unique point of interest or scenic reward. Each is introduced with a listing including difficulty rating, distance, estimated time, elevation change and descriptive synopsis. Includes 24 pages of gorgeous color photos; black and white photos throughout; 12 topographical maps with trails and annotated text references; GPS co-ordinates for trailheads and junctions; invaluable information and safety tips.

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50 Hikes in Arizona

Arizona has more topographical and habitat variety than almost any other state in the U.S. With elevations that range from 70 feet near Yuma to 12,700 feet just outside Flagstaff, Arizona's great diversity in climate, geology, flora, and fauna will surprise non-Arizonans and residents alike. In a short day's drive, you can start out in the flat desert dryland and end up in arctic tundra among jagged peaks and you'll see much more that the state has to offer than just the Grand Canyon. 50 Hikes in Arizona showcases a select range of short and long trails. Included are hikes where you can find waterfalls, springs, snow, subalpine mountaintops, boreal forests, and watrous canyons. Take the Bright Angel and Rim Trails down the Grand Canyon; visit Native American ruins; hike to summits with jaw-dropping views. And you'll find the desert trails are hardly "barren" - they're alive with saguaro and organ pipe cactus. You can leave inner-city Phoenix and Tucson for hiking treasures you'll find nowhere else. Includes 50 black and white photos and 50 maps.

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Best Loop Hikes: Arizona

Best Loop Hikes: Arizona features 75 loop hikes throughout the state, from easy half-day trips to extended journeys; hikes for every season - planning chart lists best time to go; and many hikes accessible from Flagstaff, Sedona, Prescott, Phoenix, and Tucson. It's hiking with a welcome twist: no tandem driving, no dropping off a car at the end of the trail, and no turning around to hike back the way you came. Author Bruce Grubbs has selected the best existing loop trails and stitched together segments of other trails to form new loops. This is a guidebook of tremendous variety. You have your pick of terrain: desert, canyon, mountain, or forest. There are hikes along old pioneer trails, through volcanic fields, and past petroglyph views. You'll often hike through several different life zones on the same trail. Useful features include elevation profiles and charts listing hikes by special interest and best times to go. Water availability is listed for each hike, plus tips on hiking in comfort and safety in Arizona's extreme conditions. Regions covered include Grand Canyon, Mogollon Rim, White Mountains, Mazatzal Mountains, Superstition Mountains, and Southeast Mountains.

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Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen

There are ancient treasures hidden across the American Southwest. Tucked away in remote canyons are hundreds of ruins, cultural treasures that provide a wealth of information about the past - and most people never visit them. Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen is your ticket to these enchanted, little-known sites. It will lead you on wonderful day hikes and overnight trips to some of the most spectacular areas of the Southwest. Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen is for amateur archaeologists and those who enjoy heading into the wilderness. It contains maps and detailed directions to remote sites, provides water availability information, and points out hazards on the way. A description of each archaeological site is provided, along with notes on the scenery and wildlife of the area. All of the ruins and rock-art sites are located off the beaten path and are relatively unknown to the public.

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Best Trails In and Around Kartchner Caverns State Park

Thousands of people visit Kartchner Caverns annually to explore its hidden wonders, but often leave without discovering other area attractions. Best Trails In and Around Kartchner Caverns State Park showcases recreational opportunities available in the mountains, grasslands and deserts that surround the park. Few places can boast the environmental and historical diversity that is found within a 40-mile radius of Kartchner Caverns State Park. The park is the centerpiece of a remarkable variety of trail opportunities. From classic Sonoran Desert to pine-forested mountaintops, to ghost towns, a Spanish fort, an Ice Age mammoth site, and an Apache hideout, there are adventures for all outdoor lovers. An easy to use guide for hikers, bicyclists and equestrians, the book offers short treks easy enough for small children and several wheelchair accessible trails, as well as steeper and more challenging backpacking trails. There are photographs of each area, maps for every trail, and global positioning system (GPS) coordinates for all trailheads and destinations. Areas described in the book include Kartchner Caverns State Park, the Arizona Trail, the San Pedro River, the Dragoon Mountains, the Huachuca Mountains, the Santa Rita foothills, Coronado National Memorial, Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, Saguaro National Park, and the Rincon Mountains.

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Sedona Guide: Day Hiking and Sightseeing Arizona's Red Rock Country

This book is a useful guide to exploring Arizona's beautiful Red Rock Country in and around Sedona. There are descriptions, directions, maps, and photos for each of 38 day hikes and 28 sightseeing spots. The sightseeing spots include scenic panoramas, historic points, energy vortexes, and indian ruins, as well as fishing, picnic, swimming and campground locations.

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Arizona's Best Wildflower Hikes: The Desert

Explore the beauty of the Sonoran Desert with these 50 hikes. Exciting on their own, the trails come alive when the charismatic wildflowers appear on the scene. Each trail has an accompanying map, color photo, detailed information, and a lively narrative. Plus, the book has individual profiles for 50 different wildflowers, a picture and description full of facts, folklore, and interesting information.

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Best Hikes Near Phoenix

Best Hikes Near Phoenix details 40 of the best hikes within an hour's drive of the greater Phoenix area, including outings near Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, and Apache Junction. Ranging from easy nature walks to strenuous multiday backpack trips, the routes in this guide offer something for every hiker - within easy reach of the city. Each featured hike includes a brief route description, at-a-glance data including the length and difficulty level, thorough directions to the trailhead, directional cues, and a detailed trail map with accurate trail information. Features: full-color photos and maps; GPS waypoints for every hike; info on water availability, land status, fees and permits required; sidebars on local lore, plants, and animals.

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Day Hikes and Trail Rides in and Around Phoenix

Within an hour's drive of downtown Phoenix are hundreds of mountain trails, many of them little-known. Phoenix itself boasts the country's largest municipal park and the best urban and near-urban hiking and riding of any large city. The surrounding areas also have exceptional opportunities for hikers, trail riders, mountain-bikers, and joggers. This comprehensive coverage of the entire area includes hundreds of trails, measures distances, detailed topographic maps, b/w and color photos, and detailed access information. A handy color insert portrays the beautiful scenery and surroundings along the hikes. Additions to the new edition include Cave Creek (County) Park, the Blakc Canyon Trail, Deem Hills and the Salt River, Saguaro Lake, Bartlett Reservoir and Seven Springs/Cave Creek areas of the Tonto National Forest.

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Rambling Along the Rim: 50 Best Day Hikes in the White Mountains of Arizona

Rambling Along the Rim details 50 hikes in the White Mountains of Arizona, home to the largest stand of Ponderosa pine trees and largest outdoor recreation wonderland of the southwest.

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Hiking Grand Canyon Loops

Veteran Grand Canyon hiker George Steck outlines nine extended off-trail loop hikes ranging from five to twelve days, and he suggests ways to create many more hikes. Use this guide for finding, carrying, and conserving water; performing well in desert heat; nutrition, including recipes; route finding and hiking time between landmarks. If you are ready for an adventure, this book will give you the personal observations, detailed route descriptions, topographic maps, and sound advice you need to plan a safe, extended trip in the Grand Canyon backcountry.

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Flagstaff Hikes: 97 Day Hikes around Flagstaff, Arizona

The 97 hikes in this edition have been totally revamped to include GPS coordinates. Each hike now features a color photograph and color map. The very user-friendly format features each hike shown on facing pages with complete directions to the trailhead, description of the hike, photograph and map. Also included is an elevation change graph, season-to-hike chart, difficulty/mileage graph and how-crowded icon.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Phoenix

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Best Easy Day Hikes - Phoenix features concise descriptions and easy-to-follow maps of twenty-eight easily manageable hikes through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Valley of the Sun - from Piestewa Peak (formerly Squaw Peak), which dominates Phoenix's northern skyline, to McDowell Mountain and Lost Dutchman State Park. Includes: half-hour strolls to full-day adventures; hikes for everyone, including families; hikes ranked from easiest to more challenging; GPS-compatible trail maps.

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Day Hikes in Sedona, Arizona

Day Hikes in Sedona, Arizona is an easy to understand guide to 25 of Sedona's favorite hikes. These easily accessible hikes take you to extraordinary red rock formations, majestic pinnacles, natural arches, steep sculpted canyons, caves with Indian ruins, mesas with panoramic views, sink holes, streams and swimming holes. The hikes include easy driving and hiking directions, plus a map for each hike.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Sedona

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Renowned for the natural splendor of its red rock canyons and high-desert landscapes, Sedona, Arizona has become a quiet retreat for outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. Veteran hiker and author Bruce Grubbs has compiled a guide to 30 of the best day hikes in the Sedona area. Accurate maps and detailed directions make this conveniently pocket-sized handbook both easy to use and authoritative.

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Hiking the Grand Canyon's Geology

The only guide to the Grand Canyon that combines hiking and geology - unlocking the mysteries of the landscape, step by step. It includes appendices that cover additional geologic information for the non-geologist and information on everything needed to plan the trip, including permits, lodging and camping, mule rides, and recommended day trips. Etched on the Grand Canyon's steep walls are stories of how this majestic landscape came to be: volcanic islands, stark deserts, and tranquil seas come and gone, and histories of plants and animals that have made this place their home. You'll read this story up close on the trail with the help of Hiking the Grand Canyon's Geology. In 18 excursions, there's something for everyone: from the most popular rim-to-river trails (Havasu Canyon Trail) to gentle, half-day rim walks (Red Butte Trail) to rugged and remote, multi-day backpack trips (Lava Falls Route).

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Best Hikes With Children in Arizona

The only year-round guide to family hiking in Arizona. Includes national parks, state parks, and public lands Introduces children to cultural and environmental etiquette. This guide takes families beyond Arizona's traditional tourist spots to conifer forests, painted deserts, and everything in between. In the diverse terrain, children will discover petrified forests, Native American ruins, and even Old West ghost towns. Complete trail descriptions with information on points of interest, flora and fauna, and campsite locations are complemented by easy-to-read maps.

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Southern Arizona Trails

Jagged desert peaks, awesome gaping canyons, wildflower-dotted alpine meadows and more entice hikers and backpackers to adventure in central and southern Arizona. From short dayhikes to multi-day backpacking trips, this book features 84 routes for beginning to skilled backpackers (excludes Grand Canyon hikes).

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Backcountry Adventures Arizona

Backcountry Adventures Arizona guides readers along 2,670 miles of the state's most remote and scenic backroads, from the lowlands of the Yuma Desert to the high plains of the Kaibab Plateau. Trail history comes to life through accounts of Indian warriors like Cochise and Geronimo, trailblazers, and the famous lawman Wyatt Earp. Like the other guides in the Backcountry Adventures series, Backcountry Adventures Arizona provides a helpful, concise chart with each trail description, listing starting and finishing point, mileage, driving time, and elevation. Hundreds of photographs and fascinating histories bring the trail to life. The new edition is in hardcover and includes updated contact information. This is the most comprehensive book of its kind and is indispensable for planning any kind of outdoor adventure in the Grand Canyon State. It will appeal to anyone who enjoys the backcountry: campers, anglers, four-wheelers, hikers, mountain bikers, snowmobilers, amateur prospectors, and sightseers.

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Arizona's Best Wildflower Hikes: The High Country

Discover the special world of Arizona's high country wildflowers on these 48 hikes - scenic and special even without flowers. In this companion book to Arizona's Best Wildflowers Hikes - The Desert, author/photographer Christine Maxa takes you from the high desert to subalpine mountains to view the state's most bountiful wildflowers, which enjoy a more consistent and longer-lasting season than the wildflowers of the desert.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Tucson

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Tucson includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for twenty easy-to-follow hikes in and around Tucson, Arizona. Discover a region of diverse scenery and natural splendors - including a beautiful cactus forest; the Sendero Esperanza Trail, a classic example of the Sonoran Desert's lush vegetation; and the famous Seven Falls, a series of seasonal cascades in Bear Canyon. Features: thirty-minute strolls to six-hour adventures; mile-by-mile directions and clear trail maps; trail finder for best hikes with children, dogs, or great views; GPS coordinates.

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Grand Canyon River Hikes

This book will lead you past the bustling overlooks, and beyond the busy trails to the heart of spiritually - inspiring Grand Canyon. Standard hikes like Thunder River and Nankoweap are covered, as well as numerous lesser-known routes. Maps and photos accompany every route description in this easy-to-use guide. This is the book to have for the best hikes along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon.

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Arizona's Best Autumn Color: 50 Great Hikes

Arizona writer and photographer Christine Maxa leads hikers of all skill levels to the best fall color around the state of Arizona. This book, the only one on where to find Arizona's fall color, will have you exploring from late September to early December. Plus, Maxa shares insight and intersting facts about natural and cultural history along the trails.

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Streamside Trails; Day Hiking Central Arizona's Lakes, Rivers, and Creeks

A guide to day hiking the waters of central Arizona's canyons and forests. There are descriptions, directions, maps, and photos for each of 50 unique day hikes near Phoenix, Wickenburg, Prescott, Camp Verde, Sedona, Payson, and Globe. There is an easy guide for selecting easier, moderate, and challenging hikes, as well as special hikes to waterfalls and swimming holes.

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Official Guide to Hiking the Grand Canyon

Whether you're going to the bottom of the canyon or strolling on the rim, you'll want this guide in hand. The Official Hiking Guide of Grand Canyon National Park provides profiles and maps of major trails, beautiful photographs, as well as current park regulations and permit procedures.

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Day and Overnight Hikes: Tonto National Forest

Central Arizona's most popular forest area houses six separate ecosystems, and much of it can only be seen on foot. Hikers have long known about the natural wonders that exist here, and this guide corrals all of the best hikes - no small task, since there are over 900 miles of trails in the park. Offering detailed descriptions of each hike, along with practical, need-to-know logistical information, this guide demystifies a truly enormous and beautiful stretch of wilderness.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Flagstaff

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Flagstaff features concise descriptions and easy-to-follow maps of twenty easily manageable hikes through this natural wonderland, from the colorful slopes of the San Francisco Peaks to the scenic rim of Walnut Canyon. Features: half-hour strolls and full-day adventures; hikes for everyone, including families; hikes ranked from easiest to most challenging; and GPS-compatible trail maps.

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Sedona's Top 10 Hikes

Sedona's Top 10 Hikes appeals to anyone interested in hiking in Sedona. This book distinguishes its hikes as easy, moderate and strenuous and has something for every level of fitness. It combines in-depth information about the landscape and trails, easy to understand maps, directional guidance, and spectacular full color photography that lets you know what types of vistas await you along the trails. Hikes are rated from easiest to most strenuous, and include round-trip mileage and times, GPS data, vortex notes and ideas for where to go after the hike.

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Superstition Wilderness Trails

The complete and authoritative guide to the eastern Superstition Wilderness of Arizona. This thoroughly researched book contains trips into the backcountry and authenticated background history of the area. Features: over 40 treks in and around the Wilderness; clear and simple hike and horse ride directions; easy-to-use topographic and trailhead maps; trips for everyone rated easy to very difficult; history of cowboys, homesteaders, and miners; GPS coordinates for trailheads and key points; and photos and maps throughout.

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THE WALKING STICKS STORE

Walking sticks are helpful for maintaining balance, maneuvering,
and reducing stress on the back, knees, legs, and feet.

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The Walking Sticks Store stocks numerous inexpensive hand carved walking sticks. Some of our walking sticks include useful features such as a compass, a thermometer, or a camera-binocular mounting screw, and others can be separated into three pieces and stored in a compact carrying case.



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