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The Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club seeks to maintain these links as
accurately as possible and to verify that they are appropriate to our club.
But problems can occur because of the sheer volume of information provided,
the fact that phone numbers do change, web sites become obsolete or link
to other sites we wouldn’t approve of but aren’t aware of.
Please inform us of any problems you encounter while checking out this page.
If you find a problem, please tell me:
||What specific information needs to be changed; e.g., if it is
a phone number, give me the old (incorrect) phone number as well as
the new (correct) one.
||Where the incorrect information is located, i.e., the URL of the
page where you found it.
||What the change should be.
New links are limited to hiking, camping, and Arizona.
Thank you for your help, and please enjoy our web site!
Web Sites by AZHC Members
Parks, Monuments, and Forests
Arizona Central - AZ Trails - hiking, mountain biking or ski trails.
Arizona Public Lands Information Center - Search Arizona’s
public lands for activities, facilities or services.
Arizona Rivers - from the American Whitewater Affiliation.
a focus for the study and appreciation of Arizona Natural History.
Bureau of Land Management
- Arizona programs, information, resources.
Bradshaw Mountains -
This unique mountain range is known for its scenic beauty, hiking trails,
back roads, ghost towns, western stories, and wildlife.
Goldfield Mountains -
a land of intricate and spectacular volcanic formations, ridges, canyons,
arches, and a charming and vivacious upper Sonoran ecosystem.
Exploring Grand Canyon - Your Complete Guide to the Grand Canyon Region,
by Bruce Grubbs
GrandCanyonVideos.com - Great adventure pictures by Tom Hagstrom
Pinetop-Lakeside Tracks - dedicated to using, promoting, preserving, and
protecting multi-use trails throughout Pinetop-Lakeside and the White Mountains.
Mountain Museum - Everything you wanted to know about the
Superstition Mountains and the Lost Dutchman Mine.
Hiking and Camping Information
Hiking Guide for Beginners - Are you ready to hit the trail?
My Open Country - Improve your wilderness adventures with our in depth
articles on hiking and backpacking skills, inspirational guides and awesome gear.
Virtual Hiking - What you
can expect on a particular hike at any time of the year, as well as
memories of good times with friends.
Maps and hike descriptions. Video Tutorial - Search & Find Hikes.
Arizona Hiking Blog -
We got lost, so you don’t have to.
Hiking Resource Guide - Careful preparation and a mind for safety
are essential when planning a hike.
for outdoor travelers who want to make the best out of their trip.
Get advice on camping, hiking and gear reviews.
Providing accurate and detailed trail information.
Todd’s Desert Hiking Guide - Todd writes and writes a ton!
He’s not afraid to lay down an opinion on anything.
No doubt he enjoys long distance hikes.
Hiking Resources - American Hiking Society.
Best Hiking Boots for Women - what to look for.
38 Tips for Women Hiking Alone by Jennifer Saito -
Bonus: Female Hikers’ Blogs.
The benefits of hiking with kids by Amy Whitley -
rewarding for the whole family.
1Vigor Hiking - Hiking and being in The Outdoors makes for
a better quality and fuller life and enhances Longevity.
Hiking in Colorado and the Western US - The western United States
is full of natural and amazing beauty that people can explore.
Walking & Hiking was formed to offer a unique reference point on trekking
and rambling in safety.
Hillwalk Tours -
Self-Guided Hiking Tours in Ireland, Scotland, England & Spain.
Walking in Etruria -
Etruria, on the Italian coast, included Tuscany, part of Umbria and the
north of Lazio. There are many scenic hiking opportunities.
10 Longest Hiking Trails in the U.S. - distance, start, finish, max. elevation,
The Big Green Guide to Responsible Camping - reconnect with the
outdoors, and reap nature’s reward of good health and wellbeing!
The Ultimate Hiking Guide by John Schmidt -
some tips for those going on a hike.
Camp & Hike Guides - how-to’s, checklists and hacks on
camping and hiking.
Camping, Hiking & Outdoors - insight into advantageous preparedness.
The Ultimate Camping Checklist -
We’ve tried to make this the best camping checklist.
Checklists & Essential Tips for Campers -
keeping you safe and informed on your journey through the wilderness..
How To Backpack -
Let’s get started learning how to backpack like a pro!
Outdoor Recreation, with links for all 50 states.
Reading Material and Resources
Products and Services
Arizona Hiking Shack -
On-Line Catalog of outdoor equipment.
Gear for hiking, climbing, backpacking, camping, biking.
Wide World of Maps -
The most complete map store in the Southwest.
- leader in Global Positioning System (GPS) technology
equipment for camping, backpacking, bicycling and more.
Sierra Trading Post
clothing, footwear and outdoor gear at outlet savings
MSR - Mountain Safety
Our mission is to sell great gear at great prices.
Categories of products such as
“Survival”, “Portable Solar Power”, “Personal
Locator Beacons”, “Protective Cases and Bags” and more.
Just Roughin’ It -
an Arizona based adventure tour guide and outfitter with a shop in
Scottsdale and online.
We’ll get you out of the house by renting you camping, backpacking and
other outdoor gear.
Family Tent Camping -
We understand your family camping tent is the most important piece of
Fuel for Adventure -
your online source for healthy backpacking food, hydration systems,
survival kits, camping gear and outdoor information.
Let’s Go Solar - portable solar panels are changing the power game.
Outdoor Review -
consumer-generated gear reviews as well as trail reviews, a photo gallery,
marketplace, message boards and more.
Wildland Trekking Company -
exceptional hiking and backpacking adventures to North America’s most
beautiful and wild landscapes.
Great Sedona Hikes - by
William Bohan and David Butler.
The latest and most complete Sedona hiking guide available.
Geronimo Trail Guest Ranch -
a family run ranch located at 6700 feet in the Black Range Mountains of New Mexico.
Clubs and Organizations