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  • The Lost Art of Walkingby Geoff Nicholson

    Harbour Books 2010; US$ 14.57

    Walking was once the only way to get around but now we just walk to the bus stop, station or car. Or we walk as a lifestyle choice - trekking holidays, charity walks, urban explorations. Geoff Nicholson's The Lost Artof Walking brings pedestrianism back to the centre of life by musing on his own walks, reflecting on writers, artists, musicians and... more...

  • Five-Star Trails around Lake Tahoeby Jordan Summers

    Menasha Ridge Press 2009; US$ 14.95

    Covering the region surrounding the 22-mile long lake, author Jordan Summers guides hikers along 40 of the region?s best trails - all located within 25 miles of Lake Tahoe?s shoreline. Trekkers can easily find the perfect hike with the complete trail descriptions for 27 dayhike and 13 overnight destinations. An accurate map, directions to the trailhead... more...

  • View From The Summitby Edmund Hillary

    Transworld 2011; US$ 15.98

    The first man to set foot on the summit of Everest, the man who led a team of tractors to the South Pole, the man who jetboated up the Ganges from the ocean to the sky has, for the first time, gathered all the remarkable adventures of a long life into one volume. But there is more to Edmund Hillary than this. He is also the man who repaid his debt... more...

  • Backpacking Washingtonby Douglas Lorain

    Wilderness Press 2011; US$ 15.95

    Now completely updated for a second edition, Backpacking Washington remains the only comprehensive guide to all of the Evergreen State?s best extended backpacking trips. Ranging from three days to two weeks, these 28 adventures visit every corner of the state, including the wild beaches of the Olympic Peninsula, the vast interior of the Pasayten... more...

  • Backpacking Oregonby Douglas Lorain

    Wilderness Press 2007; US$ 16.95

    In Oregon, backpackers can hike wild beaches, enjoy colorful desert canyonlands, walk amid stunning granite peaks, relax in wildflower meadows, and circle glacier-clad mountains. Award-winning guidebook author and longtime Oregon resident Douglas Lorain details 30 spectacular backpacking trips in Backpacking Oregon. Lasting from three days to two... more...

  • Addicted to Dangerby Jim Wickwire; Dorothy Bullitt

    Atria Books 2010; Not Available

    Adventurist Jim Wickwire has lived life on the edge -- literally. An eyewitness to glory, terror, and tragedy above 20,000 feet, he has braved bitter cold, blinding storms, and avalanches to become what the Los Angeles Times calls "one of America's most extraordinary and accomplished high-altitude mountaineers." Although his incredible exploits have... more...

  • Easy Hiking Around Vancouverby Jean Cousins

    Greystone Books 2009; US$ 12.95

    Easy Hiking around Vancouver presents sixty-two of seasoned hiker Jean Cousins ? favorite destinations. For quick reference, hikes are arranged in nine geographic regions in and around the Vancouver area. Easy to follow directions take hikers north as far as Pemberton, east to Manning Park and the Fraser Canyon, or south to Mount Baker in Washington... more...

  • Day and Overnight Hikes: Anza-Borrego Desert State Parkby Sheri McGregor

    Menasha Ridge Press 2007; US$ 11.95

    Anza Borrego Desert State Park is the largest desert park in the United States, drawing approximately 650,000 visitors per year. Combining detailed narrative with GPS-based trail maps, Day and Overnight Hikes: Anza-Borrego Desert State Park breaks down the best of the best hikes, both day and overnight. Whether it's the best view over Culp Valley,... more...

  • Day and Section Hikes: John Muir Trailby Kathleen Dodge

    Menasha Ridge Press 2007; US$ 12.95

    The John Muir Trail runs a spectacular 211 miles from Yosemite Valley to the foot of Mount Whitney, crossing through Kings Canyon and Sequoia national parks, the Inyo National Forest, and the Devils Postpile National Monument. This guide has descriptions for six day hikes, five overnight hikes, and the entire trail in six sections, and includes transit... more...

  • Waterfalls of Blue Ridgeby Nichole Blouin; Steve Bordonaro; Marilou Weir Bordonaro; Kevin Adams

    Menasha Ridge Press 2003; US$ 15.95

    While not an exhaustive accounting of all the waterfalls found in Virginia and North Carolina, Waterfalls of the Blue Ridge contains the significant falls open to the general public. Each chapter is organized around a "destination" city, which includes a brief history of the area and a listing of nearby attractions. Descriptions of waterfalls within... more...