Falcon Best Easy Day Hikes: Phoenix Arizona. 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 hikerwithin 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.
Falcon Best Easy Day Hikes: Phoenix Arizona
Falcon Hiking The Sierra Nevada: A Guide To The Area’s Greatest Hiking Adventures – 4th Edition California. Hiking Yosemite National Park: A Guide To 61 Of The Park’s Greatest Adventures by Suzanne Swedo. Lace up your boots and sample sixty-one of the finest trails Yosemite National Park has to offer. Fully updated and revised, and including color maps and photos throughout, Hiking Yosemite National Park features everything from short strolls and day hikes to multiday backcountry treks, every one of which will treat you to some of the worlds most stunning scenery and allow you to get the most out of this remarkably diverse natural wonderland. Features: Hikes suited to every ability Directions to the trailheads Trail Finder for best hikes for lakes, waterfalls, views, wildlife, and wildflowers Difficulty ratings and average hike times Trip-planning information, including permits, local lodging and campgrounds, and best hiking seasons for every featured hike.
Falcon Hiking Joshua Tree National Park: 38 Day and Overnight Hikes California. Hiking the San Francisco Bay Area: A Guide to the Bay Area’s Greatest Hiking Adventures by Linda HamiltonLace up your boots and sample forty of the finest trails the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer. This guide covers every corner of this beautiful and diverse region, leading you to roaring waterfalls and wind-whipped mountaintops, verdant forests and wildflower-covered meadows. See majestic redwoods in the nature lover’s cathedral in Muir woods, watch for whales along Lighthouse Trail at Point Reyes National Seashore, or wander through military history in The Presidio. Veteran hiker and Bay Area native Linda Hamilton will introduce you to these trails and many more.
Falcon Hiking Death Valley National Park: A Guide To The Park’s Greatest Hiking Adventures – 2nd Edition California. Hiking Joshua Tree National Park provides detailed information on thirty-eight of the best day hikes and extended backpacking trips in this desert wonderland 140 miles east of Los Angeles. The diverse landscapeshaped by strong winds, unpredictable precipitation, and climatic extremesoffers numerous opportunities for year-round exploration. With rich narratives and beautiful photographs, this guidebook provides all you need for hiking the extensive network of trails among granite rock formations, pion and juniper forests, sandy washes, and the symbols of the park, the Joshua trees.
Falcon Hiking Yosemite National Park: A Guide To 61 Of The Park’s Greatest Adventures – 5th Edition California. Falcon Guides Climbing California’s Fourteeners: Hiking The State’s 15 Peaks Over 14,000 Feet by Toby Evans. From the southernmost peak of Mt. Langley to Mt. Shasta in the north, Californias fifteen peaks of 14,000 feet or more are some of the most challenging and beautiful mountains in the country. Over the past decade the rise of endurance activities (including obstacle racing) and the popularity of reality television have increased the popularity of these daunting climbs (Californias Fourteeners have been featured on The Amazing Race, Man vs. Wild, and Django Unchained). No matter the skill level, this book will lay out the plans and logistics to allow every climber a positive experience. Each of the mountains will be broken down based on the technical skills needed, a recommended list of gear and equipment, how to prepare for rapidly changing weather and trail conditions, and a general timeframe needed to reach each summit.
Falcon Best Climbs: Joshua Tree National Park: The Best Sport And Trad Routes In The Park – 2nd Edition California. Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Southern California: Section Hiking from Campo to Tuolumne Meadows by Shawnte SalabertThe Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (PCT) traces a 2,650-mile route from the California-Mexico border north to the border of Washington and Canada. While many hikers attempt a thru-hike every year, beginning in Campo, California and connecting their footsteps all the way to Manning Park, B.C., even more people enjoy section hiking tackling the trail in bits and pieces.This guidebook serves as a road map to section hiking the Southern California portion of the PCT, beginning at its southern terminus in Campo and ending 942.5 miles north at Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park. From the magical cactus gardens of the Mojave Desert to the snowy peaks of the High Sierra, this book covers one of the most biologically and geologically diverse portions of the PCT. Author Shawnt Salabert serves as your personal trail guide along the way, offering informative route descriptions, interesting sidebars, and colorful stories that will deepen your experience on this iconic trail, whether you’re headed out for a weekend, a week, or a month.Each volume of this new series focuses on section-by-section pieces of the PCT.