United States: Arizona Books and Travel Guides

In this bestseller, Lawrence Cheek guides travelers through the history and legends of the Grand Canyon, the Sonoran Desert, and Tucson's Barrio Historico. The images of Michael Freeman and Kerrick James illustrate the text, highlighting the many colors of the desert and the jagged beauty of the canyon lands. Full-color maps.
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Arizona : Off the Beaten Path
Bypass the crowded and the conventional with this guide to Arizona's many natural and manmade oddities. Tucson native Scott Barker has scoured the back country and combed the cities to find the rarest and most fascinating attractions that the Grand Canyon State has to offer. This guide includes detailed driving directions, hours of operation and other pertinent information.
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Arizona : Travel Smart
Perfect for people who want a memorable trip but don't have a lot of time to page through guides that offer long lists of destinations but no real advice, Arizona Travel-Smart lists only the best in hotels, restaurants, sightseeing, and entertainment. Written by a local, it highlights what makes Arizona unique, including Native American
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Arizona's 144 Best Campgrounds
Author/photographer James Tallon has divided Arizona into eight regions, then included charts and maps, information on fishing sites, climate and more to make this an extremely comprehensive guide to the state'e public campgrounds. It is illustrated with page after page of full-color photographs, contained in a conveniently compact 8 3/4 x 5-inch format.
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Hidden Arizona
In a state with more than its fair share of expensive sun-drenched resorts, "Hidden Arizona" helps travelers maximize their vacation by focusing its descriptive reviews on the most unique inns. For those who choose to leave the car behind, the guide has a wealth of information on outdoor adventures. Illustrations. 13 maps.
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On the Arizona Trail : A Guide for Hikers, Cyclists, and Equestrians
The authors provide all of the important information necessary to plan a trip along the Arizona Trail. They not only keep the interests of each user in mind, but they obviously have a deep love for the outdoors too.
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The Insiders' Guide to Phoenix
Located in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, more than 10 million people visit The Valley of the Sun every year. Discover the capital city of Arizona through its fiery sunsets, world-class resorts and golf courses, hiking trails, city walks, intoxicating cuisine and distinctive Southwestern heritage with the help of local authors who intimately know the area, its people and its attractions.
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The Insiders' Guide to Tuscon
This informative guide gives you the inside scoop on Tucson - where you can sun bathe and swim in the morning, ski in the afternoon (part of the year), watch a heart-stopping sunset over desert sands and finish the day with world-class dining, the symphony, opera, plays, galleries or a casino. Whether you're planning retirement, a family relocation, a business trip or a vacation to the city known as the center of gravity to stargazers everywhere, The Insiders' Guide(r) to Tucson will help you keep your feet going in the right direction - even if your head is in the stars.
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