More than 64,000 households in Arizona have horses, and Arizonans are lucky enough to have 5,000 miles of recognized trails on state and federal lands, along with approximately 600 trailheads Trail riding residents of the state also have an advantage over much of the country They can ride somewhere all year long In Trail Riding Arizona, author Wynne Brown breaks down those miles and seasons for long distance riders, beginners, and snowbirds alike Handy tips on desert and mountain riding, plus maps and excellent information about facilities and access, make this a must have guide for trail users in Arizona....
|Title||:||Trail Riding Arizona (Falcon Guides)|
|Publisher||:||Falcon Guides 1st edition June 1, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||224 pages|
|File Size||:||972 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Trail Riding Arizona (Falcon Guides) Reviews
this is a very good guide to trails in arizona. gives a good list of trails
I haven't been able to check out these trails yet as there are not many listed in my immediate area (Sedona AZ), but it looks like a really good book. There is alot of information and detailed description about each trail, maps and pictures too. Look forward to checking out the trails for myself!
The descriptions are great. I was hoping to get some trails around Payson, AZ but I think the book doesn't include any because the officials in that area are still planning and building that trail system. Otherwise, it includes a good selection of trails from all over the state. *Note, there are only 50 trails listed in the book.