Treasure Superstition Wilderness Trails East: Hikes, Horse Rides, and History – 3rd Edition Arizona. Discover Arizona’s Superstition Wilderness Trails West. Rugged mountains with towering hoodoos, hidden canyons, seasonal creeks and waterfalls, majestic deserts and wildflowers, prehistoric ruins, and prospector camps–all in a National Forest Wilderness less than an hour from Phoenix. Weavers Needle, Superstition Mountain, Charlebois Spring, La Barge Canyon, Red Tanks Canyon, Garden Valley, Peters Canyon, and Peters Mesa are special places that spring to life with this guide’s colorful history of the Superstitions. More adventures can be found in the companion book, Superstition Wilderness Trails East.
Treasure Superstition Wilderness Trails East: Hikes, Horse Rides, and History – 3rd Edition Arizona
Treasure Backroads Of Arizona: Along The Byways To Breathtaking Landscapes And Quirky Small Towns Arizona. ATV Trails Guide Arizona Phoenix Region documents 30 of the best ATV and UTV trails around Phoenix. The book includes more than 180 color photos, a custom map for each trail and step-by-step instructions along the routes. GPS waypoints make it nearly impossible to get lost. Every trail has a description page telling how to find the trail, where to park, the best places to camp and what to expect during the adventure. The book’s introduction covers trail selection, Arizona’s OHV laws, safety, local weather, rider’s responsibilities, global positioning, desert survival and more.
Treasure Superstition Trails West Arizona. Central Arizonas 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.
Treasure Tucson Hiking Guide Arizona. Superstition Wilderness Trails East: Hikes, Horse Rides, and History is packed with the history of the ranchers and homesteaders who settled the area and describes the trails in the eastern end of the Superstition Wilderness. The book includes the Rogers Canyon Trail, Haunted Canyon Trail, Reavis Ranch Trail, Campaign Trail, and many more. The history of the homesteaders and miners is described in detail and those with an interest in the early settlement of the Salt River community (now under Roosevelt Lake) will enjoy the homestead locator map. Apache Campaign aficionados will enjoy the maps and stories describing the 1870s military marches through Pine Creek, Tule Canyon, and Spencer Spring Creek areas.
Treasure Five Star Trails: Flagstaff and Sedona Arizona. The Creaky Knees Guide Arizona is a hiking guidebook filled with kinder, gentler trails. Created for anyone who–regardless of age–can’t or doesn’t want to hike great distances over rough terrain to gain beautiful vistas and enjoy the wilderness. Here are 80 of the best easy-to-walk hikes throughout the state. Most are day hikes, but there are a handful of backpack trips worthy of the Creaky Knees stamp of approval.Trails are divided into regions: Grand Canyon, Northeast Plateaus, San Francisco Peaks Area, Mogollon Rim Country, Central Highlands, White Mountains, Phoenix Area, Tucson Area, Southern Mountains, and Western Deserts.
Treasure Day & Overnight Hikes In Tonto National Forest Arizona. Five-Star Trails: Flagstaff and Sedona is a handy, concise, and inspiring guidebook that presents the very best hiking experiences in and around Sedona and Flagstaff. Each hike features an individual trail map, elevation profile, and at-a-glance information, helping readers quickly find the perfect trip. Sized to fit in a pocket, the book’s detailed trail descriptions will help readers find their way on and off the trail.The title, Five-Star, does not denote a rating system, but signifies that the choice of trails and creation of hiking routes is truly outstanding and far superior to those regurgitated in ordinary guidebooks. Superior not only in quality of experience but variety of quality experiences: low desert to high peaks, staggering open vistas to claustrophobic canyons, easy to all day, lonely prairies to popular swimming holes, walking distance from the visitor center to an hours drive from anywhere. Author Tony Padegimas introduces readers to discoveries, surprises, and imaginative ways to explore the geographic area that is, virtually, their backyard.