General Crook Historic Trail Award
7'' x 3'' w/ segments
In 1871, General George Crook ordered a wagon road built from the Arizona Territorial Capital at Prescott, east to New Mexico, and to Fort Apache. The road was used to move troops and supplies into remote eastern Arizona until the railways were built in the 1880s.
Oak Creek - Sedona Rim Hikes Award
7'' x 7'' w/ segments
Sedona Rim country is a unique and beautiful area with many rugged canyons, forested slopes and isolated plateaus and mesas. Most hikes in these areas are best as day hikes and lend themselves to small groups (groups of 10 or less). Several hikes can be overnight trips.
Blue Primitive Area Trails Award
7'' x 8'' w/ segments
Backpack through the Blue Primitive Area, which is in east-central Arizona between State Highway 666 and the New Mexico border and contains some of Arizona's most remote mountain country. It is named for the Blue River which flows north and south through the center of the area. It is similar in ruggedness to the White Mountains to the west and is also a three season area.
White Mountain Trails Award
5'' x 4'' w/ segments
Hike the White Mountain trails located in the rugged high-mountain country around the Mogollon Rim, Arizona's famed east-west escarpment whcih separates the state's highnorthern environs from the remainder of the state's lower desert areas.