Links to useful Hayduke sites
Some nice sites that inspired us relating to the Hayduke Trail and the south west desert.
Co-founder of the trail and co-author of the guidebook with fantastic exploration. Lots of trail updates on the website
|Hayduke Trail guidebook
If you are thinking of hiking the Hayduke then the book is a must...
Co-founder of the Hayduke Joe Mitchell's website
The best maps of the Hayduke with lots of alternates and help text (email:firstname.lastname@example.org )
|Other hikers list
My linked list of other hiker accounts, blogs and advice
Hayduke map bundle and resources pack
|Nicolas C Barth
Sublime photos and well described alternates with maps
|Micheal Kelsey's guidebooks
These are wonderful guidebooks covering a lifetime of adventure on the Colorado plateau. 'Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plataeu' is a must for inspiration and researching alternates but the others are great too!
Writer, environmental campaigner and inspiration behind the Hayduke Trail
|Grand Enchantment Trail
Brett Tucker has created superb resources for other hiking adventures in the south west including the G.E.T
Jamal David Green's excellent and extensive website describing his crossings of Utah with a fair bit of Hayduke overlap. Nice videos too!
The Hayduke makes use of this trail for around 60 miles in Northern Arizona. The AZT continues all the way south through the state of Arizona for 800 miles
|Grand Canyon permits
You will need a permit for your Hayduke hike through Grand Canyon National Park.....
|Slot canyons of the American south west
Lots of information on hiking the canyons