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This link above has all the maps for the entire AZT the Arizona Trail, which goes from the Mexican border to the Utah border through the state of ,you guessed it, "Arizona"!
If you click on the Yes word under Passage Map the map area for the Passage Name list come's up.
My goal for next fall,winter and spring are to hike the AZT from southern Utah to the Santa Rita Mountains south of Tucson and back again to Utah spending about 785 miles of walking one way around 65 days each way.
I plan to leave SW Utah around Oct 1st 2014 and hitchhike to where the trail leaves highway 89A about 2 miles NE of Jacob Lake AZ and walking south towards the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Once in the GC I plan to have a permit to stay in the canyon for 7-8 days hiking across the 23 mile stretch so as to see place I have not been to since late 2002.
After the South Rim i will walk all the way down to the Santa Rita Mountains which are about 60 miles straight south of Tucson. Then return to Tucson for about a month and in early January starting back north on the trail to northern Arizona, getting back to Utah in mid March after another hike across the Grand Canyon, the only section I will need a backpacking permit to hike.
This link goes to a map of the whole trail ,its interactive and you can zoom in or out to see more detail of the trail.