Treasure The Creaky Knees Guide Arizona: The 80 Best Easy Day Hikes Arizona. Hiking Sedona, Arizona is one thing. ELITE Hiking is another. Elite Hiking in Sedona means that you are hiking the Best of the Best of what Sedona offers for trail hikes and that your conditioning and skill set is at its very best! We aren’t claiming that this is a TOP 10, or that you have 150+ trails to hike, we are simply saying that if you want to have bragging rights to hiking the hardest trails that Sedona provides, then this guide book is exactly what you need! These hikes will bridge your skill set ranging from steep grades to StairMaster style hiking to long day hikes on narrow pathways to rock-riddled trails that can twist your ankle! With this guide book, you will not waste time hiking the trails that all the concierges or gas station attendants tell you to hike which floods the trails with hundreds of feet from sun-up to sundown. There’s a reason your average folks don’t hike these trails, and YOU are that reason! You are NOT average!Safety always comes first, so don’t try these hikes if you are not in good cardio health and an avid hiker (not an avid walker) with a desire to crush trails and see things from above everyone else. Just keep in mind, Sedona is in Desert country and if you are not prepared with water or skin cover, then the sun will have no mercy on you and you can put yourself in harms way with dehydration! We are currently seeing over 1000 Search and Rescues happening in Sedona each year and Dehydration is a major part of that. Do not become a statistic!
Treasure The Creaky Knees Guide Arizona: The 80 Best Easy Day Hikes Arizona
Treasure Roadside History Of Arizona Arizona. Day Trips From Phoenix, Tucson & Flagstaff by Pam Hait. Rediscover the simple pleasures of a day trip with Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff. This guide is packed with hundreds of exciting things for locals and vacationers to do, see, and discover within a two- to four- hour drive of these popular Arizona cities. With full trip-planning information, Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff helps makes the most of a brief getaway.
Treasure Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? Books. Up, Up, Up in the Tree by Maxime LebrunFollow an adventurous squirrel through the forest as he searches for a delicious acorn treat!Join Squirrel as he climbs higher and higher up a tree in his quest for one big surprise! With flaps to lift and peek-through holes, theres lots to spot, count, and discover along the way.
Treasure Desert Night Desert Day Books. Where can you find animals roaming free? Where can you find breathtaking scenery? Where can you find activities ranging from hiking… to fishing… to rock climbing… to kayaking… to horseback riding … and MORE? The answer is: America s national parks!! Take a tour of all 59 U.S. national parks in the fun, friendly and fabulous National Parks Coloring & Activity book. Look for your favorite park, and learn about them as you color you way across the USA! Grab your crayons and get started on your national park adventure. Great games and fun facts! Amazing outdoor scenes! Hours of coloring fun!
Treasure Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel-Drive Trails Colorado. Benchmarks Colorado Road & Recreation Atlas captures the story of Coloradoits fast-moving history, tremendous mountains, deep canyons, and range of climates. This atlas is a product of many minds, all committed to the same purpose providing a complete a picture as possible of the Centennial State. The Landscape Maps reveal landforms with amazing realism and detail clearly showing how the states vast network of roads and local recreation landmarks fit into the countryside. A complete 30-page Recreation Guide lists a myriad of outdoor activities, arranged by category, and is the ideal planning tool for any kind of outdoor adventure. Accompanied by its Colorado Recreation Map, you can be assured you are fully prepared for any outdoor excursion.
Treasure Images Of America: Arizona’s Historic Bridges Fiction. Arizona has stories as peculiar as its stunning landscapes. The Lost Dutchman’s rumored cache of gold sparked a legendary feud. Kidnapping victim Larcena Pennington Page survived two weeks alone in the wilderness, and her first request upon rescue was for a chaw of tobacco. Discover how the town of Why got its name, how the government built a lake that needed mowing and how wild camels ended up in North America. Author Marshall Trimble unearths these and other amusing anomalies, outstanding obscurities and compelling curiosities in the state’s history.