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:: Your Complete Guide to the Arizona National Scenic Trail (PDF eBook edition)
Your Complete Guide to the Arizona National Scenic Trail (PDF eBook edition)
Now, for the first time, Arizona visitors and residents will be able to set out on any part of the
Arizona National Scenic Trail
with a "bible" of the trail's twists and turns, its flora and fauna, and its geology.
In an easy-to-use format, the book serves up the 800-mile trail section by section (43 altogether) so that day-hikers as well as thru-hikers can feel confident about the route and inspired by the magnificence of the scenery, wildlife, and diversity of terrain.
Botany fans will relish the comprehensive descriptions of plant life among the trail's 13 microclimates.
Geology aficionados will take note of the equally detailed descriptions of rock and the ground beneath their feet (or beneath their mountain bike wheels or their horses' hooves).
Especially helpful are the descriptions of the 22 "gateway communities" that provide easy trail access and supplies along the trail's route from South to North.
This new book will become a personal guide and irreplaceable resource for any hiker, mountain biker, or equestrian heading for the Arizona National Scenic Trail.
**This special PDF eBook edition is a 40 mb download. Get instant access to your book now!**
About Matthew J. Nelson
Primary editor and executive director of the Arizona Trail Association, Matthew J. Nelson has more than 500 published articles to his credit and has explored many parts of the Arizona National Scenic Trail. He divides his time between Flagstaff, AZ and Big Pine, CA.
Matthew J. Nelson
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