Wow! Arizona has breathtaking scenery
This book does a very good job of showing you Arizona from one end of the state to the other. It is nicely divided into sections of the state to help you find many good sites in each section of the state you may be traveling in. It has some of the most amazing color pictures in it. It also has some pretty good descriptions of these places too. The maps in the book are a little crude, but not that important anyway. You can find about all of these places on a highway map. I noticed a few places in this book that you have a hard time finding much information on from other sources. Like the most remote village in the lower 48, Supai (& Havasupai Falls) and many old and off the beaten path little towns with lots of history still standing (i.e. Cochise). The book also does a good job of showing you picture and giving you stories from the past. I would highly recommend this book for anyone traveling to Arizona, or even for those who want a nice coffee table book due to the wonderful pictures.
Was this review helpful to you?YESNO