Author David Ryan recently released his book, The Bisbee Stairs: Exploring the Stairways, Trails, and Hidden Corners of Bisbee, Arizona. It took many months of research and writing for the book to be completed, and it now serves as an informative and enlightening guide to “one of America’s most interesting small towns”. Whether you’re a Bisbee local or are just visiting the area for the first time, this book is a must-read, giving you greater insight into the town’s terrain and hidden corners that can be explored on foot. The book can also serve as your guide to wandering the many stairs, streets, and trails in one of Arizona’s most interesting towns. The Toland Adobe, a dog-friendly Bisbee vacation rental house, is a great home base for exploring Bisbee and the surrounding area.
As you may have guessed, the author is passionate about hiking, stair climbing, urban exploring, and wandering. His other published works include The Gentle Art of Wandering, Long Distance Hiking on the Appalachian Trail for the Older Adventurer. He’s a resident of New Mexico, and blogs often on his website, The Gentle Art of Wandering.
What Amazon readers said about The Bisbee Stairs:December 29, 2016Read this before you visit Bisbee, I wish I had! Very unique subject matter and well researched. A good read!
on February 29, 2016Cool book, makes you want to visit and check the town out!
Purchase your copy of The Bisbee Stairs: Exploring the Stairways, Trails, and Hidden Corners of Bisbee, Arizona by ordering directly from the author’s website, from Amazon, or by stopping in to one of the retailers in town carrying the title. With 104 pages and more than 80 photographs, illustrations, and maps, this book is both a great read and a helpful guide.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in 2016 and has been updated for 2018.