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Shuttle with me to Piestewa Peak (beforehand Squaw Peak) in Phoenix, Arizona. The Summit Path hike is mentioned, as correctly as the mountain’s ancient previous and plant life and fauna.

That you simply may possibly survey the beefy hike up Piestewa Peak’s Summit Path right here:

That you simply may possibly well furthermore read extra about Piestewa Peak on my blog at:

Quick Reading:
***The Phoenix Enviornment’s Parks and Preserves (2007) by Donna and George Hartz – Affords several animated slack nineteenth and early twentieth century photos from Phoenix’s parks and preserves, including the Phoenix Mountains and Squaw Peak. I suggest checking this out if you happen to is in all probability in the ancient previous of Phoenix’s mountains or seeing extra early photos of Squaw Peak.
***Squaw Peak: A Hiker’s Recordsdata (1997) by Jack San Felice – A ancient previous of the height and detailed records on the many trails, including the Summit Path.
***60 Hikes inner 60 Miles: Phoenix (2009) by Charles Liu – I extremely suggest checking out this book if you happen to’re an avid hiker or intend to hike various trails in the Phoenix region. It contains detailed overviews on several lovely hikes, including Piestewa Peak’s Summit Path and Freedom Path on pages 48-fifty six.
***A Pure History of the Sonoran Desert (2015) edited by Steven J. Philips & Patricia Wentworth Comus – Produced by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, this book is the authoritative text on the Sonoran Desert. It is miles truly the very most sensible read on the environment, plant life, and animals of this uncommon ecosystem and will tremendously notify any chase back and forth or hike during the areas of central and southern Arizona, southeast California, Baja California, or Sonora. Within the commence revealed in 1999, the up so far 2nd version came out in 2015. The brand new edition is on hand for a inexpensive imprint right here.


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