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Adventuring in Arizona
by John Annerino
University of Arizona Press, 2003
Paper: 978-0-8165-2319-1
Library of Congress Classification F809.3.A45 2003
Dewey Decimal Classification 917.910454

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
From mountain heights to canyon depths, Arizona offers more opportunities for adventure than most people would contemplate in a lifetime. John Annerino has experienced more Arizona adventures than most, and he shares them in this book. It features 50 excursions—canyoneering, trekking, climbing, river running, and even car touring—plus an overview of geology, ecology, and climate, and an introduction to Native American tribes and state history. Maps, travel notes, and planning essentials such as water sources and supply points help make this an indispensable guide for outdoor excitement.
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