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Old 10-02-2015
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This is probably the best, all in one place, brochure I've seen yet of the Phoenix hiking areas.


http://visitphoenix.com/getting-arou...d.aspx?id=3202

I'm going to try and pick up one of these at a hotel. That way I think it would have the trail maps attached. The maps have to be opened or down loaded separately when using the digital version.
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Too bad the link is dead. I love cycling most of all. You wait for some time for it and it goes by quickly. I want to become the next cycling champion of giro d'italia. that's why I have to train harder.
Hi Dean, welcome to the site. That link was posted 2 years ago but I think this is what Jim was talking about here. Valley wide hiking and biking info. Good luck with your training.

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Thank you Scott. That is the new (updated?) link to the brochure I down loaded 2 years ago.
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