Adventure Hikes and Canyoneering in the Southwest
by Christopher Earls Brennen
Publisher: Dankat Publishing 2007
In this book the author describes a series of marvellous adventure hikes off the maintained trails in some of the magnificent parks of the American Southwest. The book provides the maps with prominent features, obstacles, and navigational aids. There are also some photographs so that the reader can gauge his or her own willingness to tackle some of the challenges.
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