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Explore nearly unlimited hiking opportunities through dense forests and across austere deserts or to the high-altitude splendor of alpine peaks and the sandstone wonders of the desert canyons. Hiking Northern Arizona, formerly The Trail Guide to Northern Arizona by veteran guidebook author Bruce Grubbs, describes 86 of the best trails in a region bounded by the Grand Canyon, Prescott, Camp Verde, Payson, Sedona, and Flagstaff. ''There's so much good hiking in northern Arizona that we couldn't do it justice in the statewide guide,'' says Grubbs, who co-authored Hiking Arizona. Hikes range from short day hikes on paved trails to long multi-day backpack trips into remote areas, offering hiking opportunities and challenges for visitors with a wide range of abilities and skills. The text includes mile-by-mile descriptions, easy-to-follow maps, photos, and much more. Hiking Northern Arizona is organized to help you plan your trips, including tips on no-trace camping and wilderness safety techniques. Hiking Northern Arizona is the only comprehensive guidebook to this vast area, making it an indispensable part of your next trip into northern Arizona's backcountry.
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Dr. Bruce Grube was the eleventh President of Georgia Southern University, which is a Georgia Regional University located in Statesboro, Georgia, United States.
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