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100 Classic Hikes in Arizona - 2007
 • Scott S Warren  → Mountaineers Books 2007
The best reviewed full-color guide to Arizona hikes has now been updated and expanded with the most spectacular canyon, desert, and "sky island" trips in this dramatic state.100 hikes, 10 new to this edition, with color photos and maps. Now includes detailed topographic maps, elevation trail profiles, and a trails-at-a-glance chart indicating distance, level of difficulty, and seasonal considerations. Includes a mix of trails from easy day trips, to never-dull loop hikes, to more remote long-distance treks. No hiking guide captures the beautifully complex and varied landscape of Arizona like Scott Warren's. Thoroughly updated and expanded with useful topographic maps and elevation trail profiles, this third edition of 100 Classic Hikes in Arizona offers a wide range of the state's most scenic hiking trails. You can stand in a mile deep canyon one day, hike through a saguaro cactus forest the next, and stand on a nearly 10,000 foot "sky island" in the Chiricahua Mountains yet another day. You can hike Lenox Crater, an actual volcano with a nearby lava flow, or lose yourself on Dutchman's Trail, a solitary long distance trek in the fabled Superstition Mountains. This classic guide gives you the best trails for both day hikes and overnight backpacking trips in the state.

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100 Hikes in Arizona - 1994
 • Scott S Warren → The Mountaineers 1994
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100 Hikes in Arizona - 2000
 • Scott S Warren → The Mountaineers 2000
The best reviewed full-color guide to Arizona hikes has now been updated and expanded with the most spectacular canyon, desert, and "sky island" trips in this dramatic state.100 hikes, 10 new to this edition, with color photos and maps. Now includes detailed topographic maps, elevation trail profiles, and a trails-at-a-glance chart indicating distance, level of difficulty, and seasonal considerations. Includes a mix of trails from easy day trips, to never-dull loop hikes, to more remote long-distance treks. No hiking guide captures the beautifully complex and varied landscape of Arizona like Scott Warren's. Thoroughly updated and expanded with useful topographic maps and elevation trail profiles, this third edition of 100 Classic Hikes in Arizona offers a wide range of the state's most scenic hiking trails. You can stand in a mile deep canyon one day, hike through a saguaro cactus forest the next, and stand on a nearly 10,000 foot "sky island" in the Chiricahua Mountains yet another day. You can hike Lenox Crater, an actual volcano with a nearby lava flow, or lose yourself on Dutchman's Trail, a solitary long distance trek in the fabled Superstition Mountains. This classic guide gives you the best trails for both day hikes and overnight backpacking trips in the state.
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50 Favorite Hikes - Flagstaff & Sedona
 • Cosmic Ray → Cosmic Ray 1999

A guide to the best of the best Flagstaff and Sedona, Arizona day hikes. Every hike a guaranteed winner. No filler. Accurate, down to earth, easy to read maps. Each description features contour profile, distance, time, effort required, type (out and back, loop, etc.) and best season to hike. Included are detailed directions to the trailhead plus a verbal description of each hike. There is a "critter foot finder" guide to the footprints of many of the animals found in northern Arizona and hiking directions to vortex sites around Sedona.

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50 Hikes in Arizona
 • Martin Tessmer → Countryman Press 2004

An all-new guide to the best hiking Arizona has to offer. Isn't Arizona just all desert and cactus? Not really. In fact, 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. This myth-busting book 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. 50 black & white photos, 50 maps, index.

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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Phoenix: Including Tempe, Scottsdale, and Glendale
 • Charles Liu → Menasha Ridge Press 2009


Track your progress - 2006 Edition
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A FalconGuide to Saguaro National Park and the Santa Catalina Mountains (Explori
 • Bruce Grubbs  → Falcon 2005

This guide covers the extensive trail networks within the Tucson Mountain and Rincon Mountain units of Saguaro National Park, along with the Pusch Ridge Wilderness and the Santa Catalina Mountains in the Coronado National Forest. Camping, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, rock climbing, and mountain biking are also covered.

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Arizona
 • Christine Maxa  → Jamax Publishers Press 2002
Discover the special world of Arizona's high country wildflowers on these 48 hikes Unrated

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Arizona Day Hikes
 • Dave Ganci → Sierra Club Books 1995
Two books in one, this hiking guide features 100 of Arizona's best hiking trails, and an authoritative guide to the natural history of the Grand Canyon State's landscape. Ganci's knowledge of native species and local conditions, accompanied by 30 line drawings and 15 maps, helps hikers learn to identify each region's geology, weather, plant and animal life.

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Arizona Highways Hiking Guide
 • Robert Stieve → Arizona Highways 2011
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, along with the magazine s classic fine photography. Unrated

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