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HIKING

Using Arizona as a classroom

Author: 
C.Simpson
Article Date: 
December 3, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Student Daniel Tillemans hiked from the Arizona-Utah border to the Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County in three months
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English
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Tucson's climbers and hikers

Author: 
D. Kreutz
Article Date: 
October 13, 1973
Language: 
English
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The big hike

Author: 
C.Simpson
Article Date: 
August 13, 1976
Article Abstract: 
A national hiking club visits Prescott on the "Big Hike: Arizona 1976."
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English
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The Arizona Trail

Author: 
R. Houk
Article Date: 
October 1990
Article Abstract: 
When completed, the Trail will connect the southern and northern borders of the state. Reserved for hikers and horse riders, it will go through some of the most beautiful - and rugged - terrain. Illus. Map
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English
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Take it easy hiker

Author: 
C. Edgerton
Article Date: 
March 1949
Language: 
English
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Overnight solo up Sawick mountain

Author: 
N. Leatham
Article Date: 
April 2, 1961
Language: 
English
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Mystery Mountain

Author: 
J. Sanborne
Article Date: 
April 1970
Article Abstract: 
A hike to Mazatal Peak
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English
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Highline Trail

Author: 
B. Whitaker
Article Date: 
July 1989
Article Abstract: 
Traces the route of "one of Arizona's most colorful and historic routes." It runs along the base of the Mogollon Rim from Pine to State Route 260, and takes from 4 to 7 days depending on your pace. Illus
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English
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Fugitive from a Fred Harvey mule

Author: 
J. H. Harrington
Article Date: 
May 1957
Article Abstract: 
Hints on hiking across Grand Canyon
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English
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Family affair; a hike into the Grand Canyon

Author: 
B. A. Branson
Article Date: 
April 1974
Language: 
English
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