Tinajas Altas
El Camino Del Diablo is a historic 250-mile Spanish colonial trail route, which originally ran from Caborca, Sonora through Quitovac, Sonoyta and Quitobaquito Springs, before continuing through extremely remote and arid desert to the Colorado River at Yuma Crossing, now Yuma, Arizona. From there, travelers could reach the Spanish colonies of California.

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Tinajas Altas Mountains - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tinajas Altas Mountains (O'odham: Uʼuva:k or Uʼuv Oopad) are an extremely arid northwest-southeast trending mountain range in southern Yuma County, ...
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In the Desert, High Tanks, Arizona, El Camino Del Diablo, Highway ...
In the Desert takes a day trip to High Tanks, Arizona, Tinajas Altas, El Camino Del Diablo. Spook Canyon with a Wikimapia Map.
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In the Desert, Lost Winchester Rifles, Tinajas Altas Mountains ...
In the Desert story about the Lost 1895 Winchester Rifles on the Barry Goldwater Bombing Range.
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Last Water on the Devil's Highway: A Cultural and Natural History of ...
The most famous waterhole along the way is Tinajas Altas, or High Tanks, a series of natural rock basins that are among the few reliable sources of water in this ...
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| Yuma Desert Tour to the Tinajas Altas/High Tanks | Arizona ...
Jan 27, 2013 ... The Tinajas Altas Mountains are an extremely arid northwest-southeast trending mountain range in southern Yuma County, Arizona, ...
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Rock Climbing Tinajas Altas in Southern Arizona - Mountain Project
Nov 20, 2012 ... Description, photos, and comments for rock climbing at Tinajas Altas.
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The Archaeology of Tinajas Altas, a Desert Water Hole in ... - jstor
The site of Tinajas Altas was a major focus of plant processing, hunting, and ... Tinajas Altas atrajo a seres humanos desde elperiodo Arcaico Medio, aunque.
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Tinajas Altas Mountains, AZ - iTouchMap
Tinajas Altas Mountains, Arizona - Area map, satellite view, local search, photos, videos, traffic, bike trails, weather and street views (where available).
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Tinajas Altas Trail Photoset • Outlander • 2013-02-06 • HikeArizona ...
The mission was to hike from Mexico to Interstate 8, via the Tinajas Altas and Gila Mountains. It is said that the Tinajas Atlas Mountains form a natural barrier ...
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Tinajas Altas Quadrangle Map - AZ - Lists of John
Showing peaks in Tinajas Altas Quadrangle ... Pass · Raven Butte · Buck Peak · Butler Mountains · Coyote Water · Tinajas Altas OE S · Sierra de la Lechuguilla ...
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Tinajas Altas Mountains - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tinajas Altas Mountains is located in Arizona. Tinajas ... The Tinajas Altas Mountains (O'odham: Uʼuva:k or Uʼuv Oopad) are an ... University of Arizona Press.
Last Water on the Devil's Highway - The University of Arizona Press
A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas By Bill Broyles; Gayle Harrison Hartmann; Thomas E. Sheridan; Gary Paul Nabhan; Mary Charlotte Thurtle 240 pp ...
Last Water on the Devil's Highway: A Cultural and Natural History of ...
Bill Broyles, Gayle H. Hartmann, Thomas E. Sheridan, Gary P. Nabhan, and Mary C. Thurtle University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 2012. Tinajas Altas, or High ...
A review of Last Water on the Devil's Highway - High Country News
Dec 24, 2012 ... $49.95. The University of Arizona Press, 2012. ... Tinajas Altas, or "high tanks," is a series of potholes filled with murky, smelly water in extreme ...
[PDF]AJO PEAK TO TINAJAS ALTAS: A FLORA OF ... - Phytoneuron
Oct 10, 2013 ... Ajo Peak to Tinajas Altas: A flora of southwestern Arizona: Part 5. ... Phytoneuron and also posted open access on the website of the University.
[PDF]AJO PEAK TO TINAJAS ALTAS: A FLORA OF ... - Phytoneuron
Apr 9, 2013 ... Herbarium, University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona 85721 ... and the Tinajas Altas Region in southwestern Arizona. The modern flora includes ...
[PDF]AJO PEAK TO TINAJAS ALTAS: FLORA OF ... - Phytoneuron
Jan 28, 2013 ... and the Tinajas Altas Region in southwestern Arizona—the heart of the Sonoran ... website of the University of Arizona Herbarium (ARIZ).
New Book Explores Water Along Devil's Highway | UANews
Aug 17, 2012 ... The University of Arizona Press, in collaboration with the University of ... The most famous waterhole along the way is Tinajas Altas, or High ...
A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas ... - RonSongs.net
From the Inside Flap An expert cast of authors reveal why Tinajas Altas was so ... A research associate with the University of Arizona's Southwest Center, he is ...
[PDF]Flora of Tinajas Altas, Arizona - Cabeza Prieta Natural History ...
Jul 5, 2012 ... This flora of the vascular plants of the Tinajas Altas region, within the ..... Mines at University of Arizona (1915–1940) and director of Arizona ...
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Geological Survey (U.S.), United States Board on Geographic Names, 1987
... Tinajas Altas Tinaja Canyon Tinaja Canyon Tinaja Dam Tinaja Hills Tinaja Peak Tinaja Ranch Tinajas Altas Agua Escondida Agua Escondido Dripping Spring High Tanks La Tinaoca Tinajaa Tinajas Atlas Spring Tinajualto Tinechas Tinejas ...
Last Water on the Devil's Highway: A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas (Southwest Center Series)
Last Water on the Devil's Highway: A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas (Southwest Center Series)
Bill Broyles, Gayle Harrison Hartmann, Thomas E. Sheridan and Gary Paul Nabhan, 2011
"The authors expertly collaborate in documenting this strangely beautiful but inhospitable area of the Sonoran Desert, a place unlike any in the world."—New Mexico Historical Review "The authors are all experienced writers and researchers, and they spare none of their expertise in producing this work. Their efforts regarding this cor...
Arizona Trails South Region
Arizona Trails South Region
Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson, Angela Titus, 2007
The trail finishes on South #1: Tinajas Altas Pass Trail (the west route of El Camino del Diablo), 21.5 miles south of Foothills Boulevard on the edge of Yuma . The trail is wholly contained within the air force range. You must have a valid permit ...
Backcountry Adventures Arizona
Backcountry Adventures Arizona
Peter Massey, Jeanne Welburn Wilson, Angela Titus, 2008
Backcountry Adventures Arizona guides readers along 2,670 miles of the state's most remote and scenic back roads, from the lowlands of the Yuma Desert to the high plains of the Kaibab Plateau.
The Independent
The Independent
1905
Americans lay by way of Tinajas Altas, along the old missionary trail. The gold seekers were followed by pioneers, whose herds of stock subsisted on the prairie grass. There was very little of this grass to begin with, but that little was destroyed  ...
The Mojave-Sonora Megashear Hypothesis: Development, ...
The Mojave-Sonora Megashear Hypothesis: Development, ...
Thomas Howard Anderson, 2005
Separate quartz diorite exposures are mapped in the central and southeastern Sierra Los Alacranes, in the southeastern Sierra Las Tinajas Altas, and Cerro Pinto. Quartz diorite plutons in Sierra Las Tinajas Altas and southern Sierra Los ...
The Secret Knowledge of Water : Discovering the Essence of the American Desert
The Secret Knowledge of Water : Discovering the Essence of the American Desert
Craig Childs, 2001
The "essence of the American desert," as the subtitle of Craig Childs's book has it, is water. A desert, by definition, lacks it, but when water does come, it comes in torrential, sometimes devastating abundance. Childs, a thirtysomething desert rat with a vast knowledge of the Southwest's remote corners, knows this fact well. &...
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