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America's National Trails

Pages: 88
Author: Scherer, Glenn
Price: $10.95

This book is a celebration of the National Trail System. Inside you'll learn about the great events revealed by ht e system's historic trails, which trace the history of our country from it's first Ice Age inhabitants to the struggle for civil rights. 20 national famous historic trails are profiled.

Hiking Alaska

Pages: 388
Author: Littlepage, Dean
Price: $16.95

This guide is the perfect introduction to hiking the great state of Alaska, with millions of acres of wilderness waiting to be explored. It offers ninety hikes in Alaska's national parks, wildlife refuges, national forests, wilderness areas, and state parks. Also included are hikes for all ages and abilities as well as maps for each hike and more than forty black and white photos.

Hiking Arizona

Pages: 240
Author: Aitchison, Stewart
Author: Grubbs, Bruce
Price: $14.95

Descriptions of 102 hikes. From the Grand Canyon to the central mountains to the southern desert, Arizona's most popular trails are surrounded by scores of hidden, almost unknown trails, just as accessible, just as breathtaking, but far less traveled. Whether you seek a popular route or a relatively undiscovered one this book will introduce you to Arizona' natural wonders.

Arkansas Hiking Trails

Pages: 192
Author: Ernst, Tim
Price: $18.95

A guide to 78 selected trails in "The Natural State". Each trail is fully detailed and designed to assist the hiker in an enjoyable trek across the scenic trails of Arkansas.

Ozark Highlands Trail Guide

Pages: 136
Author: Ernst, Tim
Price: $16.95

The Ozark Highlands Trail is truly one of the most outstanding hiking trails in the United States. This guide contains all of the information that you will need in order to have a safe, informative, and enjoyable hike on it.

Hiking Colorado

Pages: 302
Author: Boddie, Caryn
Author: Boddie, Peter
Price: $17.95

Hiking Colorado introduces you to hiking opportunities in every region of the state. Detailed descriptions of 100 routes take you to high-country summits, great fishing spots above the timberline, the eastern plains, and sandstone canyons on the arid western slope of the Rockies. There are even hikes through Denver and other Front Range cities. These hikes, many recommended by land management agencies, are among the state's treasures.

Hiking Colorado's Summit

Pages: 310
Author: Mitchler, John Drew
Author: Covill, Dave
Price: $15.95

Through exhaustive research and meticulous route descriptions, hikers of all skill levels can explore every corner of Colorado and visit its high alpine peaks, its remote ridges, and its unusual hills and buttes in the quest to stand on the highest point in each of Colorado's 63 counties.

Camping Colorado, 2nd Edition
Pages: 286
Author: Crow, Melinda
Price: $15.95

Looking for the ideal spot to pitch your tent or park your RV? Camping Colorado will take you there. This comprehensive guidebook gives detailed descriptions of more than 400 campgrounds in colorful Colorado. The listings include campsites managed by national, state, city, and county parks; the Forest Service; the Bureau of Land Management; and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Easy-to-use maps and charts will simplify your search for the perfect campground. You'll also find vital information on camp locations, fees and reservations, facilities and hookups, recreational activities, weather and geography, and local attractions. So, whether you plan to scale Colorado's unparalleled peaks, fish its gold-medal streams, run its whitewater rapids, shop its quaint boutiques, try your luck at its casinos, or simply hang your hammock and soak up its scenic splendor, let this book be your guide. (6 X 9, 286 pages, b&w photos, maps, charts)


HIKING COLORADO'S MAROON BELLS-SNOWMASS WILDERNESS

Pages: 288
Author: Molvar, Erik
Price: $18.95

Lace up your boots and sample some of the finest trails in Colorado's backcountry. Explore the flower-splashed meadows and crimson peaks of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, test your map and compass skills in the primitive valleys of the Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness, discover pristine alpine lakes in the Mount Massive Wilderness, or follow old mining roads to ghost towns in the Collegiate Peaks. Veteran hiker and outdoor writer Erik Molvar will introduce you to all this and more. Use this guide for: up-to-date trail information; accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trials; difficulty ratings for each hike; detailed trail maps; zero-impact camping tips. (6 x 9, 288 pages, b&w photos, maps, charts)

Hiking Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Wilderness

Pages: 272
Author: Moore, Jason
Price: $16.95

Lace up your boots and head into Colorado's rugged Sangre de Cristo Mountains to explore this spine of soaring peaks that stand more than a mile above the San Luis and Wet Mountain Valleys. Here you'll discover plunging creeks, gorges cut from chunky conglomerate, and valleys where elk, bighorn sheep, coyote, and cougar live. Climb Kit Carson Mountain, Crestone Needle, or Blanca Peak; hike Black Canyon or Wild Cherry Creek; or just wander the Great Sand Dunes National Monument. Local hiker and outdoor writer Jason Moore will introduce you to these trails and many more. Inside you'll find: up-to-date trail information; accurate directions to wilderness trails; difficulty ratings; topographic trail maps; zero-impact tips. Whether you are planning a day hike or an extended backpacking trip, you'll find trails suited to every ability and interest in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo Wilderness.

Hiking Colorado's Weminuche Wilderness

Pages: 161
Author: Ikenberry, Donna
Price: $14.95

The most comprehensive guide to the Weminuche Wilderness area with detailed and accurate information about 39 hikes ranging from short strolls to overnight backpacking trips and includes detailed maps, elevation profiles, trail finder charts, and tips on viewing wildlife

Hiking Grand Canyon National Park

Pages: 262
Author: Adkinson, Ron
Price: $15.95

Hiking Grand Canyon National Park provides first-hand descriptions and detailed maps for all the developed trails as well as tips on safety, hiking with children, access, and services. This guide also includes indispensable information on backcountry regulations, permits, and water sources. Veteran hiking guidebook author Ron Adkison has hiked every trail in this book and recommends his favorite routes from easy day hikes to moderate and extended backpack trips.

The Hikers Guide to the Hawaiian Islands

Pages: 282
Author: Ball, Stuart
Price: $22.95

The Hikers Guide to the Hawaiian Islands is a detailed and fully illustrated guide to the best day hikes on the Big Island, Kaua'i, Maui and O'ahu. Forty four hikes offer both resident and visitor alike the chance to explore some of Hawaii's most specatacular scenery. For each trip, the author provides detailed directions to the trailhead, a feature - by - feature description of the route, a topographic map keyed to the route description and more.

Paddling Minnesota

Pages: 374
Author: Breining, Greg
price: $14.95

As the official state guide, Paddling Minnesota will help you select a trip right for your level of skill with descriptions of more than 100 river and lake trips. The guide suggests where to put-in, where to take out, and tells about the difficulty, scenery, points of interest, history, and fishing places along the rapids. Included are trips on Minnesota's most scenic wilderness waters including Lake Superior and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

Hiking Nevada

Pages: 200
Author: Grubbs, Bruce
Price: $14.95

Offering eighty hikes through the dramatic alpine peaks, lush pine forests, shady redrock canyons, and shimmering desert salt flats, this book is the only guide to the entire state. An expanded introduction includes information on family hiking, geology and geography, natural and human history, and leave no trace camping tips. It also contains accurate, up-to-date trail information, detailed maps, and eye-catching black-and-white photos. The hikes range from easy strolls to strenuous multiday backpack adventures.

Whether you're looking for an easy family hike within minutes of an urban area or a multi-day backpack adventure in the wilderness, Hiking Nevada is an essential for planning your next outing in the Silver State.

Hiking New Mexico

Pages: 240
Author: Parent, Laurence
Price: $14.95

Revised and Updated. Author and photographer Laurence Parent updates this invaluable sourcebook with 21 new hikes, some popular and others unknown. Plus, the addition of elevation graphs makes it easy to determine the level of difficulty of each hike. Also, many new photos depict New Mexico's diverse landscape.

Camping New Mexico Guide

Pages: 154
Author: Crow, Melinda
Price: $12.95

Let your trip to the Land of Enchantment begin with Camping New Mexico. Featuring detailed descriptions of more than 150 public campgrounds, Camping New Mexico is an ideal companion for tourists and locals alike. Whether you are seeking a camping destination or just passing through, Camping New Mexico can point you in the right direction.

This FalconGuide is divided into four geographic sections. The sections are further broken down into specific destination areas. Maps and quick reference tables are keyed to each area to help you pick a site that will meet all your needs. With vital information on location, activities, road conditions, facilities, and even helpful phone numbers and website addresses, Camping New Mexico should be a part of every camper's equipment.

Whether you are planning to explore Carlsbad Caverns, test your rock climbing skills at City of Rocks State Park, or hike in the Manzano Mountains, Camping New Mexico can help you find the perfect spot to pitch your tent or park your RV.


Hiking New Mexico's Gila Wilderness

Pages: 340
Author: Cunningham, Bill
Author: Burke, Polly
Price: $19.95

New Mexico's 555,000-acre Gila Wilderness is a vast untrammeled patchwork of virtually unlimited forest types, climatic conditions, and wildlife. This rugged landscape boasts sweeping tundra, hot springs, mountain views, and deep gnarled canyons. Within Gila's boundaries, you can follow trails to views of the breathtaking peaks of the Mogollon Range, wonder at ancient cliff dwellings, and wind your way along stream-ribboned ponderosa forests.

Rock Climbing New Mexico & Texas

Pages: 358
Author: Jackson, Dennis
Price: $22.95

As the only guide available that covers all the major climbing areas, this is your chance to experience the stunning alpine, desert scenery, and high quality rock that draws you to places like Hueco Tanks, Cochiti Mesa, Socorro's Enchanted Tower, the Organd and Dona Ana mountains, Enchanted Rock and the Pecos River. In the 23 areas covered, more than 100 crags and mountain faces offer hundreds of routes ranging from 5.6 to 5.14, appealing to both traditional and sport climbers.

Also included is first-hand information for area overviews and climbing histories, route betas and topos, detailed location maps and photos, recommendations for equipment, information for approaches and descents, and listings for shops, gyms, and guide services.

Hiking the Sierra Nevada

Pages: 304
Author: Parr, Barry
Price: $15.95

Stretching from the Feather River to the Kern Plateau, the Gold County foothills east to high desert, the Sierra Nevada is the longest, highest, most diverse mountain range in the continental United States. This four-season guide samples 96 of the best hikes from every quarter of the range, geared to differing levels of skill and experience.

Hiking Grand Teton National Park

Pages: 144
Author: Schneider, Bill
Price: $12.95

Towering peaks, abundant wildlife and picturesque lakes make Grand Teton National Park one of the nation's favorite natural treasures. Enjoy such popular trails as Teton Crest Trail, hike over the Paintbrush Divide to Lake Solitude, or venture into little-known Moose Creek Basin or Owl Creek. Whether you enjoy a strenous multiday hike or an easy stroll, the 35 trail descriptions in this book will lead you to the park's dramatic landscapes and varied wildlife.

Hiking Texas

Pages: 192
Author: Parent, Laurence
Price: $12.95

As the first guidebook to the entire state, you will find hikes that suit all abilities and interests. Many hikes lie within the boundaries of the state's two national parks, and many others can be found in the impressive Texas state parks. The book contains accurate, up-to-date trail information, complemented by detailed maps, and many features of the landscape are captured in black-and-white photos. The book also contains a foreword by former Texas Governor Ann Richards and sections on hiking with children and backcountry safety and ethics.

Whether you are a backpacker looking to head into Big Bend National Park for a few days or a family planning an easy hike within the city limits of Austing, Hiking Texas is an essential item in any knapsack.

Hiking Big Bend National Park

Pages: 176
Author: Parent, Laurence
Price: $12.95

The scenic wonders of the undeveloped Chihuahuan Desert beckon hikers with seemingly endless miles of trails in Big Bend National Park. This book is the only comprehensive hiking guide to the many trails in this unique national park and will guide you to little-known places as well as the popular areas. Three trails in nearby Big Bend Ranch State Park are also featured. This guide includes safety tips for desert travel and no-trace camping techniques, trail descriptions, elevation charts, black-and-white photos, and up-to-date maps and reference information.

Hiking Big Bend National Park is an invaluable resource for planning your next hiking trip to the 1,200 square mile tract of public land, which is the largest in Texas.

Hiking Carlsbad Caverns & Guadalupe Mountains National Parks

Pages: 126
Author: Schneider, Bill
Price: $12.95

As the first and only comprehensive hiking guide to all 130 miles of trails in these two national parks, this book features Carlsbad's improved above-ground hiking trail system as well as routes in the caverns and Guadalupe's wild backcountry. It also includes written trail descriptions, elevation charts, photos, and detailed topographic maps. Hiking Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains National Park is packed with all the information you need to plan your next trip in these two uncrowded and remote national parks.

Hiking Utah

Pages: 248
Author: Hall, David
Price: $14.95

This revised and updated guidebook is your introduction to day hikes and overnight adventures throughout Utah's backcountry. With more than 80 detailed hike descriptions written by verteran Utah hikers, over 50 black-and-white photos and maps, and vital information on safety, desert hiking, drinking water, and backcountry ethics, this book can take you to popular terrain or to little-known haunts for a lifetime of outdoor adventure.

Whether you're an experienced hiker or just starting out, Hiking Utah will tell you where to find bighorn sheep, canyon wrens, and cougar tracks in Escalante country, the Navajo sandstone of Kolob Arch, or Indian petroglyphs in Thompson Canyon. Don't leave home without this book in your pack.

Hiking Wyoming's Wind River Range

Pages: 262
Author: Adkison, Ron
Price: $16.95

Covering nearly all of the wilderness trails in the range and offering suggestions for day hikes, extended trips, and off-trail exploration, this book contains detailed descriptions and maps to get you to the trailheads and help you plan your trip. This guide also includes tips on safety and hiking with children, elevation charts, photographs, no-trace camping information, and a backcountry equipment checklist. Whether you're a veteran hiker or a first-time wilderness traveler, Hiking Wyoming's Wind River Range will lead the way to outdoor adventure.

Hiking Wyoming

Pages: 256
Author: Hunger, Bill
Price: $15.95

Revised and Updated. Now better than ever, the ONLY book for hikers that covers the entire state includes 25 new hikes for a total of 100. Of course, well-known areas such as Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are featured but so are many of the state's best-kept backcountry secrets.

Hiking Yellowstone National Park

Pages: 340
Author: Schneider, Bill
Price: $16.95

Opening the door of opportunity to enjoy world-famous geothermal areas and rich wildlife, this book contains detailed descriptions and trip planning information for 109 hikes. The author has taken the immense and complicated trail system and organized it into logical routes for all types of hikers--all the way from the person who wants a 20 minute self-guided tour to the person who seeks a 10 day backpacking adventure.

This guide does more than just describe the trails. It helps you plan your trip, and it makes it easy to select the hike that's just right for you. Full of handy trail finder keys, safety information, maps, elevation charts, and photos, Hiking Yellowstone is an indispensable part of your trip to America's first national park.

Hiking Wyoming's Cloud Peak Wilderness

Pages: 302
Author: Molvar, Erik
Price: $16.95

This book includes more than 75 hikes in this spectacular country, from the western canyons and badlands to the soaring heights of the Cloud Peak Massif. Detailed hike descriptions, helpful maps, and elevation profiles make this the only guide you'll need to enjoy hiking in the Cloud Peak Wilderness.

Hiking Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks

Pages: 246
Author: Molvar, Erik
Author: Martin, Tamara
Price: $14.95

Covering 56 hikes in the two featured parks as well as the surrounding areas--Cedar Breaks National Monument, the Markagunt high country, and the Paunsaugunt area, this book allows you to enjoy the wondrous landscape of timbered plateaus, windy precipices, erosion-carved spires, and canyon oases that defy comparison and are haven for many animals and unique plants. Trail descriptions, maps, and photos provide first-hand information for easy day hikes and extended backpack trips.

In addition to interesting natural history overviews, tips for obtaining park permits and no-trace camping and safety techniques will help you plan and enjoy your trips. Donít forget to pack this book before you head out on your next backcountry adventure.

Rivers And Rapids Canoeing, Rafting, And Fishing Guide..Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma

Pages: 129
Author: various
Price: $19.95

The premier choice in river guides. Each river is broken down into detailed sections. Water quality, water flow, preferred seasons, hazards, put in spots, take out spots, camping, rentals, fishing, area attractions and more. Also safety guidelines and club information.

Buffalo River Hiking Trails

Pages: 136
Author: Earnst, Tim
Price: $18.95

Colorado's Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs 2nd Edition

Pages: 306
Author: Roach, Gerry
Price: $19.95

Now in its second edition, this classic hiking and climbing guide to Colorado's 14,000 foot peaks has been updated to include 250 routes with 31 revised, full color and easy to read topographic maps and more than 50 full color photographs and overlays, cross referenced to the route descriptions.

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