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Hiking Yellowstone National Park. Kim Lipker. Backpacking California. Wilderness Press. Backpacking Wyoming. The Creaky Knees Guide Washington. Seabury Blair. Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Washington.
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Backpacking Washington. Day Hiking Oregon Coast. Bonnie Henderson. Backpacking Idaho. Backpacking Pennsylvania. Jeff Mitchell. Hiking Montana. Kevin Adams.
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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles Series
This book first covers all. Mike White. Best Hikes Reno and Lake Tahoe. Tracy Salcedo. Hiking the Sierra Nevada. Barry Parr. Becoming Odyssa.
Jennifer Pharr Davis. Joanie Sanchez. Doing the Dales Way. Andrew Bowden. Andrew Nugara. Hiking Shenandoah National Park. Robert C. Steve Henry. Mention St. Louis and most people think of the famous arch. Residents and visitors-in-the-know appreciate the many outdoor recreational opportunities the Gateway to the West has to offer.
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles Book Series – Scouter Mom
With new hikes and updated text and maps, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: St. Louis points hikers to the best outdoor trails and rambles within easy reach of the city. Whether walking in the footsteps of Louis and Clark, exploring amazing rock formation in the Pickle Springs Natural Area, or trekking along a portion of the longest rails-to-trails paths in the U. The included hikes are located in Missouri as well as its neighbor, Illinois.
Each location is described in detail. The author describes the difficulty level of the various trails. Pay attention to this. If you are training for a Philmont expedition, select something challenging. The book also describes the highlights of each trail, what the environment is like, and what types of wildlife you might expect to see. It also has comments on how heavily used the trail is, amenities like picnic shelters and restrooms, and other information such as if pets are allowed.
So if you are looking to try some different hikes in your area, I recommend this series. The book has general maps of the trails, but you will still want to pick up details maps for any location you plan on hiking. Hopefully there is one available for your area. Your email address will not be published.