Books written by Leonard Taylor, a resident of the Sierra Vista area for over 40 years. These guides are a perfect companion on your exploration of the history and beauty of Southeastern Arizona. Available in the Sierra Vista area at Get Lit bookstore (88 S 1st St), USFS Coronado Ranger District office, Coronado National Memorial, San Pedro House, and The Nature Conservancy's Ramsey Canyon Preserve. Also find them at Summit Hut in Tucson.

Trails of the Huachucas

Trails of the HuachucasIf you're in the mood for a hike, this guide will point you in the right direction. Trails of the Huachucas is now in it's second edition, published in 2019.

With clear route descriptions, interesting historical highlights and photos, plus easy-to-read maps and elevation profiles, the guide covers over 140 miles of trails in the sky island commonly called Thunder Mountain. The book is 4.5" x 8" so it easily slips into a pocket. Saddle stitched, 120 pages. $14.95

Take a look at this sample page: Miller Canyon Trail. (Note, fonts are not showing up correctly.)

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Trail Map of the Huachucas

Trail Map of the HuachucasThe revised seventh edition of Trail Map of the Huachucas was published in 2019. An excellent way to locate trails, this full-color, 17 X 18 inch map is printed on heavy, glossy paper. Folding to 4.5 X 8.5 inches, the map shows trail names, numbers and mileage. For those who don't know, the Huachuca Mountains are a small, steep range just south of Sierra Vista, Arizona. The Miller Peak Wilderness Area is named for the 9,466 foot summit that crowns the breathtaking mountain. $5.95