Arizona Highways Hiking Guide

Author: Robert Stieve
Publisher: Arizona Highways Books
ISBN: 9780984570928
Size: 18.66 MB
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Arizona Highways Hiking Guide from the Author: Robert Stieve. 52 of the best day hikes in Arizona—one for each weekend of the year, organized by seasons. Selected hikes ranging from easy walks in the woods to challenging journeys to Arizona's highest peaks and deepest canyons—including the Grand Canyon. In-depth trail guides, descriptions, warnings and GPS coordinates are included with each hike.

Arizona Highways Camping Guide

Author: Kelly Vaughn Kramer
Publisher: Arizona Highways Books
ISBN: 9780984570997
Size: 45.40 MB
Format: PDF
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Arizona Highways Camping Guide from the Author: Kelly Vaughn Kramer. Our new camping guide covers 100 of the best campgrounds in Arizona, from quiet, isolated high-mountain sites to lower desert locations accessible by all vehicles. Designed for carcampers and especially for families the book is written by an experienced travel editor with comprehensive knowledge of the state. The guide is organized by regions of the state for convenient selection of destinations both near and far. The text is simply prepared, yet comprehensive with all the basics required for exploring and enjoying much of Arizona. Color photographs are included of many campgrounds and surrounding areas. Additional information for each campground: contacts, fees, amenities and reservations.

100 Classic Hikes Arizona 4th Edition

Author: Scott Warren
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594859086
Size: 56.71 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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100 Classic Hikes Arizona 4th Edition from the Author: Scott Warren. •17 all-new hikes •More than half the color photos are new •All hikes completely reviewed and re-checked 100 Classic Hikes: Arizona, 4th Edition, is the newest update in the popular Classic Hikes series of full-color coffee-table-quality hiking guidebooks. This informative and easy-to-use guide is also so beautifully produced, it makes a terrific gift for an outdoor enthusiast, visitor, or new neighbor in Arizona. Previous editions of this guidebook have been very popular, and readers on Goodreads.com give it four stars. All hikes have been vetted by public lands.

Arizona Highways Wildlife Guide

Author: Brooke Bessesen
Publisher: Arizona Highways Books
ISBN: 9780997124705
Size: 17.85 MB
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Arizona Highways Wildlife Guide from the Author: Brooke Bessesen. Wildlife Guide: 125 of Arizona's Native Species, a publication of Arizona Highways, features the state's most frequently viewed mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians and fish. It was authored by Brooke Bessesen, a well-known naturalist and author. The book is geared toward hikers, campers, wildlife lovers and outdoors enthusiasts. Arizona Highways, which has been published since 1925, has subscribers in all 50 states and more than 120 countries, and is regarded around the world as the authority on Arizona travel.

Outdoors In Arizona

Author: John Annerino
Publisher: Arizona Highways Books
ISBN: 9780916179502
Size: 21.30 MB
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Outdoors In Arizona from the Author: John Annerino. Whether you're a stop-and-smell-the-flowers day hiker or a week-long backpacking adventurer, you'll enjoy this full-color guide. The book includes a variety of 48 trails through Arizona's canyons, deserts, and mountains. Also included are one-day "backyard" trips to Phoenix, Tucson, and Prescott.

Hiking The Southwest

Author: Branch Whitney
Publisher: Huntington Press Inc
ISBN: 1935396366
Size: 50.94 MB
Format: PDF
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Hiking The Southwest from the Author: Branch Whitney. Hiking the Southwest provides recommendations for, descriptions of, and directions to the best hikes and adventures throughout the American Southwest. From canyoneering in Zion National Park and scrambling in Red Rock Canyon to hiking the highest peaks in Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico, Hiking the Southwest puts them all within reach. Author Branch Whitney has hiked and climbed more than 3,000 miles, led 2,000 hikers to summits all over the Southwest, and discovered some of the wildest scrambling routes in the country. In Hiking the Southwest, Whitney provides detailed hike descriptions and extensive color photos of key landmarks; valuable information on the distance, difficulty, elevation gain, class rating and best season for each hike; and practical data on permits, lodging and camping, and GPS waypoints. Finally, one book gives you everything you need to get the most out of the best hikes in the amazing Southwest!

Arizona Highways Photography Guide

Author: Arizona Highways Magazine
Publisher: Arizona Highways Books
ISBN: 9781932082845
Size: 33.36 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Arizona Highways Photography Guide from the Author: Arizona Highways Magazine. Here's an easy-to-follow, illustrated guide that combines information about the basics of film and digital photography; details about different types of photography, such as landscape, architecture, and people and events; and specific information about photographing the defining locations in Arizona, including the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley, and the Mogollon Rim.

Arizona Highways Scenic Drives

Author: Robert Stieve
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780991622832
Size: 72.94 MB
Format: PDF
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Arizona Highways Scenic Drives from the Author: Robert Stieve. From a paved, two-lane road on the Kaibab Plateau to a winding dirt road in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona Highways Scenic Drives features 40 of the state's best back roads. The book, which includes Arizona Highways' iconic photography and maps, is sorted by region and features drives for everyone the majority of the routes don't require four-wheel-drive.

Arizona S Official Fishing Guide

Author: Rory Aikens
Publisher: Arizona Highways Books
ISBN: 9780984570942
Size: 69.71 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Arizona S Official Fishing Guide from the Author: Rory Aikens. Arizona's extraordinary high-mountain streams, desert rivers, ponds, and large lakes present world-class fishing opportunities to anglers of every description, and this book describes 181 of the state's most-productive spots to pursue that goal. The book includes expert descriptions of each fishery, directions to get there, maps, lists of amenities, GPS coordinates, fishing tips, historical notes, and other information applicable to each location. Serious anglers, total beginners, and families just looking for a few hours of outdoor fun will find this book an excellent guide to exploring the state's waters and casting a line in hopes of hauling in a few big ones. Also included: sections on urban fishing, "fishing 101" guidelines, teaching glossary, and a list of helpful resources-plus full-color illustrations of Arizona's sport fish. Book jacket.