100 HIKES IN THE NORTH CASCADES. by Ira Spring & Harvey Manning.
Trail details from Stevens Pass to Canada, including North Cascades National Park; Trail distances, hiking times, elevation changes, seasons for selected hikes in this wilderness mountain region as well as gentler eastern foothills. Maps, photos, index, 240 pages.
Inventory= 4. ISBN: 0-89886-102-0. 1985. Out of print. Order #: MOUN0870 paper$10.95.
103 HIKES IN SOUTHWESTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA. Mary and David Macaree.
Covers U.S. border to Lytton, including Garibaldi Park. From easy lowland walks to longer, more strenuous hikes. For each hike gives round-trip distance in miles and kilometers, hiking times, elevation gain, best season, source for detailed map. Descriptions give not only trail directions, but also terrain, geologic, and scenic features plus local lore. Introduction gives tips on hiking in this area and sources of nature guides to better understand your discoveries. Map-diagrams, photographs, 224 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916890-96-1. 1980Order #: MOUN0860 paper$12.95.
109 WALKS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA'S LOWER MAINLAND. by Mary and David Macaree.
Covers Vancouverultus Lake, Chilliwack River, Silver/Skagit, Hope, Howe Sound, Squamish/Pemberton, and Schelt areas. How to reach the hiking areas,features and route-finding for each hike along with distances, time required, elevations gained, seasons, sketch map of routes and landmarks. Maps, photos, 240 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89886-068-7. 1983. Order #: MOUN0871 paper$10.95.
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25 WALKS IN THE FINGER LAKES REGION. by Bill Ehling.
Scenic rambles and day hikes among the lakes, hills, and gorges of central New York. Hiking distances and times are given for 25 walks and hikes in several state and national forests and parks. Includes terrain features to watch for and route-finding directions. Tips are given on dress and equipment, locating trail starts, and taking snowshoe and cross-country trips as well as those in the summer. Photos, maps, 159 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89725-004-4. 1979. Order #: BACK4042 paper$5.95.
35 HIKING TRAILS: Columbia River Gorge. by Don & Roberta Lowe.
Mileages and routes for Oregon area east of Portland along the Columbia River, mainly on its south side. This is an area of steep canyon sides with waterfalls and lush vegetation. Some of the trails ascend the canyon to gentler alpine slopes above. Geology includes volcanic materials. Introduction gives historical background including Native Americans and settlers, pointing out there was a time when travel through the gorge was more by boat than foot. For each trail the mileage is given, time needed, elevation gain, and seasons of use. Photos, maps, 80 pages, trail index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-911518-614. 1980. Order #: TOUC1499 paper$7.95.
50 EASTERN IDAHO HIKING TRAILS (and trouting retreats). by Ron Mitchell.
Guide to Sawtooth, White Cloud, Boulder, Smoky, Pioneer, Big Horn Crags, Lemhi, Teton Ranges. Complete trail descriptions including mileages, times required, elevations gained, seasons. Includes tips on backpacking in the Idaho Rockies, fishing gear including tackle and baits and where in the lakes and streams to expect more success. For each trail scenic features are described then what the roads to the traillheads are like, and finally what you would see as you hiked along them 71 Photographs, 51 maps, 105 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87108-551-8. 1979. Order #: PRUE1149 paper$8.95.
ADAK ISLAND MAP AND OUTDOOR RECREATION GUIDE. Alaska Natural History Association.
Text describes the rich wildlife--eagles, sea otters, caribou, puffins, dolly varden, and more--and recreation (fishing, hiking, skiing) on this Alaska island, part of the Aleutian Islands Unit of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Explains hazards hikers might encounter and how to deal with them and suggests an equipment list. Detailed map shows peaks, summits, shorelines, smaller islands, underwater depths, public use cabins and survival barrel locations (which may now be gone). 11 hikes are listed, ranging from 1 to 21.5 miles and 1 hour to 30 hours.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1984. Order #: ALAS8355 map$6.95.
ADVENTURING IN THE ALPS. by William E. Reifsnyder and Marylou Reifsnyder.
This is "the Sierra Club travel guide to the alpine regions of France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Italy, and Yugoslavia." Complete guide to outdoor recreation opportunities in all the alpine countries, outlining 43 best walks. Features trail descriptions and maps for each walk, with grading by difficulty, distance, and walking time; tips on winter walking and ski touring; descriptions of geography, natural history, weather, and climate; what to take and wear; glossaries of German, French, Italian, and Slovene languages. Photographs, maps, 278 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87156-754-7. 1986. Order #: RAHO2781 paper$10.95.
ADVENTURING IN THE ROCKIES. by Jeremy Schmidt.
The Sierra Club Travel Guide to the Rocky Mountain regions of the US and Canada from New Mexico north, including the national parks of Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier, Banff, and Jasper. Best seasons and places for backpacking, skiing, canoing bicycling, camping, car touring, picnicking, ballooning, wildlife viewing, and more. Includes cultural events from rodeos to music and film festivals; Gives natural and human history, climate, geology, and wildlife. Suggests maps and backcountry gear. Information is presented in regions: "The Rocky Mountains", "Colorado", "Yellowstone", "Salmon River", "International Border", and "Canadian Rockies".40 photos, 9 maps, 336 pages, index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-87156-830-6. 1986. Cover slightly scuffed. Order#: RAHO2782 paper$10.95.
ALASKA'S PARKLANDS: the complete guide. by Nancy Lange Simmerman.
Complete details, maps, photos on 111 state and national parklands and wild rivers with information on 167 other wild areas--terrain, scenery, camping, facilities. Gives site locations, , how to reach them by air, boat, car, or bus; type of scenery, terrain, and weather to expect; outdoor activities available and recommended; history of the area; wildlife to be found., Useful in trip planning including location of public campgrounds, hints on backpacking, boating, keeping warm in the snow. Photos, maps, tables and charts, 336 pages, index..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89889-053-9. 1991. Order #: MOUN0865 paper$16.95.
*ALTA CANYON GUIDE. Gilson.
History, nature, activities, winter weather. Photos, maps, 114 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None. 1977. Order #: WASA1688 paper$4.95.
AMC GUIDE TO MOUNT DESERT ISLAND and ACADIA NATIONAL PARK. by Appalachian Mountain club.
Introduction to this national park in Maine and the nature of its hiking trails and camping opportunities. Trails detailed are selected to give access to all preferred summits in the park, most reached in half-day walks. Shore walks are also described. Trail descriptions give mileages, standard time requirements elevations, features and attractions to be seen and trailhead locations plus route-finding hints and degrees of exposure to heights where a factor. 36 little pages for convenient carrying plus fold-out color topo map in pocket.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-910146-52-7. 1984. Order #: APMC1309 paper$3.50.
THE ANZA-BORREGO DESERT REGION: a guide to the state park and the adjacent areas (CA). by Lowell and Diana Lindsay. Comprehensive guide to Southern California's popular desert playground including areas of San Diego and Riverside Counties from the Santa Rosa Mountains to Mexico. Describes 65 trips along 700 miles of jeep trails, paved roads, and hiking routes with details on over 300 points of historic and natural interest. Region appeals to backpackers, dune-buggy users, hikers, horseback riders, nature seekers, and campers. 165 pages, photos, index, large fold-out map.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-911824-67-7. Order #: WILD7587 paper$9.95.
ARIZONA'S MOUNTAINS: a hiking and climbing guide. by Bob and Dotty Martin.
Complete source lists the highest peaks of Arizona with route descriptions and detailed travel information for 103 hikes, including many high summits and all of those over9,000 feet that are not on Indian reservations. Hiking distances, elevations gained, and high points are provided for each trail described. Hikes range from pleasant family hikes to vigorous outings and rock climbing.. Maps, photos, 178 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-917895-18-5. 1987. Order #: CORD7529 paper$9.95.
BACKPACKING IN MICHIGAN. by Pat Allen and Gerald L. De Ruiter.
Introduction explains aspects of backpacking pertinent to this region--equipment, clothing, water purification, pest control, plus "On the Trail", and "With Rod and Reel". Describes 20 trails in both the Upper and Lower peninsulas of Michigan with information for each on public transportation, suitability for children, facilities, degree of difficulty, special attractions, fees, and the best time of year to go. Includes National Park System areas of Isle Royale, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Pictured Rocks and there is a special resource section on backpacking for the handicapped. 32 trail maps, table listing features of all trails, 150 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-472-06331-6. 1982. Order #: UNMI3117 paper$14.95.
BACKPACKING IN VENEZUELA, COLOMBIA, & ECUADOR: treks in the northern Andes. by Hilary and George Bradt.
Presents 12 hikes, mostly in the highlands, that introduce volcanoes, remote
Indian cultures, jungles, and fine archeology. Covers when to go, getting there, what to bring, finances, language, fitness, national parks. Photos, maps, 131 pages, bibliography, appendix, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-9505797-5-0. 1979. Order #: BRAD2877 paper$7.95.
BACKROADS AND HIKING TRAILS: THE SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS. by Jerry Schad.
Covers 11 California state and county parks: Hudart, Sam McDonald, San Mateo, Portola, Butano, Henry Cowell Redwoods, Castle Rock, Big Basin Redwoods, Forest of Niserne Marks, Uvas Canyon, and Mount Madonna in the region from near Watsonville to the southern San Francisco Bay area. Road travel in this area is along intimate lanes, past giant redwood trees, and into mountain canyons as well as over peaktops. Count on steep grades, road meanders, and sharp turns. Dozens of hikes are also described with features, mileages, difficulty ratings. Photos, maps, 80 pages.
Inventory = 10. ISBN: 0-911518-54-1. 1979. Order #: TOUC1498 paper$6.95.
BERKSHIRE TRAILS FOR WALKING AND SKI TOURING. by Whit Griswold.
Guide to New England's Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts. Introduction gives background of region's cultural history and geology including glacial effects that remain. Natural history of animals and plant is also presented. And of course tips on hiking in the region are given so you can enjoy your trips the most. 15 walking tours are detailed, as are another15 ski trails. Directions to trailheads get you started, and there are mileages and difficulties listed. Routes are described for finding your way, and interesting features are given. Maps, drawings, 192 pocket-sized pages for easy carrying in the field.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-914788-13-2. 1979. Order #: GLPE0414 paper$7.95.
CACHE TRAILS: a hiking guide for trails in the Cache Valley, Utah, area. by Mel Davis and Ann Schimpf.
Introduction gives insights on hiking considerations for this area and introduces the regional plants and wildlife as well as geology including fossils that occur here. Describes 40 trails with mileages, trail distances, elevations gained and terrain features, historical and natural history notes and route-finding tips. Easier hikes for beginners are noted. Drawings, maps, 96 pages.
Inventory= 22. ISBN: None. 1978. Order #: WASA1673 paper$4.95.
CANYON COUNTRY HIKING AND NATURAL HISTORY. by F.A. Barnes.
Sandstone canyons and mountains of southeastern Utah. Introduction explains the unusual aspects of this region, with bluffs, arches, cliff walls, slot canyons, slickrock expanses and its associated Native American pre-history and present. 57 hikes are described with features to be seen, routes to follow, mileages, hiking times, terrain, hazards, and seasons. Hikes are arranged by region: "Island", "Arches", "La Sals", "Canyon Rims", "Lisbon", "Needles", "Abajo","Montezuma"."San Juan". 40 photos, 14 drawings, 10 maps, 176 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-915272-07-5. 1981. a few loose pages but all present. Order #: WASA1675 paper$5.00.
CLOUD PEAK PRIMITIVE AREA: trail guide, history & photo odyssey. by Michael Melius.
The glacier-carved core of Wyoming's Bighorn Range. Introduction gives history of 19 glaciers in this region and of Native Americans and settlers as well as wilderness preservation and current ethics of camping and conservation as well as safety tips for this region such as lightning, drinking water, wild animals. Accesses to trails are discussed an then details are given for 14 main trails plus more side trails, giving route-finding directions, terrain features, and glacial and other aspects in the descriptions. Lists are given for wildlife, fishing including lakes, and birds, plus a bibliography. Photographs (19 in color), maps, 104 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-9610130-1-X. 1984. Front cover torn along spine; contents intact. Order #: TESL1158 paper$7.95.
COLORADO OFF THE BEATEN PATH.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-17627-4412-1. Order #: GLPE3793 paper$16.95.
COLORADO'S CONTINENTAL DIVIDE: a hiking and backpacking guide. by Ron Ruhoff.
Features descriptions of major access points to the divide, day hikes, mile-by-mile listing of the divide's major landmarks. Stories of places on the divide and personal accounts of the author's journeys. Photos, charts, 176 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-917895-26-6. 1989. Order#: CORD4859 paper$10.95.
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO BACKPACKING IN CANADA. by Elliott Katz.
What you need to know to get information, to get there, to get supplies, where you can go. Insights on food, clothing, insects, route-finding, weather, equipment. Includes tips on winter backpacking and backpacking with children. Maps show every important backpacking area and their major trails. Photos, maps, 263 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-914788-28-0. 1980. Order #: GLPE4404 paper$7.95.
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK AND VICINITY (OR). by Jeffrey P. Schaeffer.
Natural history guide to over 100 trails and roads in and around Crater Lake National Park and vicinity; good places to camp and fish, accommodations, regulations, weather, road and trail mileages; natural history section. Includes geologic origin of lake and describes over 200 species of plants, illustrating most. Gives statistics on lakes and fish in them. 160 pages, 26 topo maps with trails and roads, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-020-6. Out of print. Order #: WILD8508 paper$10.95.
DAY HIKES ON THE COLORADO TRAIL.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-116-3. Order #: amtr7596 $6.95.
DESOLATION WILDERNESS and the South Lake Tahoe Basin (CA). by Jeffrey P. Schaffer. Presents 32 trips in Desolation Wilderness, Emerald Bay, South Fork American River, and upper Truckee River. There is a table of mileages to lakes you can reach by trail and there are descriptions of terrain, lakes, and vegetation with photographs. Natural history is explained: geology of Lake Tahoe, common plants and animals. especially wildflowers and birds, are covered. Area campgrounds are included as well as minimal impact camping. 154 pages, photos, fold-out topographic map in pocket.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-050-8. Order #: WILD6127 paper$18.95.
DISCOVER THE ADIRONDACKS, 1: from Indian Lake to the Hudson River. by Barbara McMartin. A four-season guide to the out-of-doors in Adirondack State Park. Covers region from Indian Lake east to the Hudson River and the valley of the East Branch of the Sacandaga north to Route 28, with clear route directions and informative notes on flora, history, and geology, Describes walking paths, hiking trails, and bushwhack routes; snowshoeing and ski-touring treks; picnic spots and camping sites; canoe trips, swimming holes, and fishing spots; waterfalls, mountain and scenic vistas, mines, and caves. Photos,
maps 190 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89725-010-9. 1979. Order #: BACK4038 paper$6.95.
DISCOVER THE ADIRONDACKS, 2. by Barbara McMartin.
Walks, waterways, and winter treks in the southern Adirondacks, covering the wilderness areas around the East Canada Creek and the West Branch of Sacandaga River of New York state's Adirondack Park. For hikers, cross-country skiers, canoeists. Provides clear driving, parking, and route directions and informative nature ad historical notes. Includes walking paths, hiking trails and bushwhack routes; cross-country ski routes and snowshoe treks; canoe trips, swimming holes and fishing spots; picnic sites, campsites, waterfalls, and gorges. Photos, maps, 224 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89725-012-5. 1980. Order #: BACK4039 paper$7.95.
DUNE COUNTRY--a hiker's guide to the Indiana Dunes. by Glenda Daniel. Natural history and hiking trails of Indian Dunes National Lakeshore, including section on geology in order to identify formations seen in the field. Covers not only dunes along the Lake Michigan shore but also inland along rivers, old dunes, and marshlands. Provides guides to 45 miles of hiking trails both inside the national lakeshore and Indiana Dunes State Park. Drawings, maps, 184 pages.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: 0-8040-0854-X. 1984. Order #: SWAL1467 paper$12.95.
EXPLORING MANNING PARK. by Andrew Harcombe and Robert Cyca.
Guide to trails, accesses, park facilities of this British Columbia park. Short hikes, daylong hikes, and overnight trips are covered with trail descriptions, mileages, and features to see. Fishing, hiking, climbing, backpacking, and wildlife viewing are all available. There are also both downhill and cross-country skiing for winter recreation. Maps, photos, 96 pages.
Inventory = 8. ISBN: 0-916890-76-7. 1979. Order #: MOUN0867 paper$6.95.
EXPLORING THE SOUTHERN SIERRA: West Side (CA). Jenkins. Describes 144 trips to streams, lakes,
summits, meadows, forests. Roads, trails, cross-country mountain climbs are included as hikes, backpack trips, bicycle trails, and mountain climbs. Includes parts of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Golden Trout Wilderness, and Mineral King. Includes appendix with trip-finder feature so you can select by activity, season, data, and type of adventure and also a large fold-out map that indexes features. Photos, maps, 308 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-181-4. Out of print. Order #: WILD1800 paper$17.95.
FIFTY MORE HIKES IN MAINE: day hikes and backpacking trips from the rocky coast to the north Maine woods. by Cloe Catlett.
Includes less-traveled routes in Baxter State Park and Acadia National Park. Trail descriptions provide distances, hiking times (some for several days), vertical rises plus route-finding tips, terrain features, and notes on special features along the way. Tips are given for safety, weather factors, taking children along, trail and camping etiquette. Photos, maps, 189 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89725-017-6. 1980. Order #: BACK4059 paper$8.95.
FLORIDA BY PADDLE AND PACK: 45 wilderness trails in central and south Florida. by Mike Toner & Pat Toner..
Detailed, authentic guide for hiking and canoing, with complete maps that show entry and exit points, routes, hazards, nearby towns. Route descriptions give distances, times, starting points, availability of water, mileages, trail conditions, best seasons. Photos, maps, 144 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-916224-37-6. Order #:BANY2044 paper$6.95.
GLACIER PEAK AREA OF THE NORTH CASCADES Hikers'/Climbers' Map. by Fred Beckey and Gary Rands.
Shows topography with hiking trails, climbing routes, camping spots, passes, approach routes, summits, ridges, natural features, contours, elevations. Color map, shipped folded. Scale approx 1.75"= 1 mile; contour interval = 200 feet.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-916890-57-0. 1977. Order #: MOUN3981 map$5.95.
GRAND TETON SHORT HIKES (WY). Carl Schreier.
50 of the best, classic Grand Teton and Jackson Hole day hikes. Maps, Photos, index, 64 little pages for carrying in a pocket or pack.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-943972-64-7. Order #: HOME6540 paper$3.95.
GRANT GROVE: Kings Canyon National Park (CA). by National Park Service.
Large topographic trail map to giant sequoia grove in this national park, with guide to 7 trails detailing hiking times (1/2 to 3 hours), distances, elevation gains, difficulty levels, and trail characteristics. Large trees and other features seen along the trails are presented as well as route-finding directions. Hiking tips are also given. Map is 18" x 21", scale is 1 inch = 5 miles, contour interval 80 feet.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. 1993. Order #: SEQU6777 map$3.95.
A GUIDE TO HIKING THE INNER CANYON: Grand Canyon National Park. by Scott Thybony.
Permits and reservations are generally required for hiking here, so be sure to update pre-trip. Weather factors are explained, with wide variations from excessive heat in midsummer to dangerous cold in winter. Because of the great elevation difference between the rims and the river, conditions can be very different on a single day and a snowy trail cut as a ledge above an abyss can have its own hazard. History of the trails and the park is given, and wildlife and wildflowers plus geology are explained. 15 trails from both the south rim and north-rim are detailed with maps, lengths, elevations, trail conditions, water sources, and access points. Color photographs, maps, drawings, geologic section of rock formations, 48 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-938216-12-0. 1980. Order #: GRCA0561 paper$5.95.
GUIDE TO THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL: Volume I, Northern Montana. Wolf.
Detailed trail description north-to-south and south-to-north: routes, mileages, forests, shelters, camps from Canada through Glacier National Park, Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wildernesses. Photos, maps including large fold-out map insert of region, 284 pages.
Inventory = 8. ISBN: 0-87842-054-1. 1976. Order #: MOPR2540 paper$9.95.
GUIDE TO THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL: Volume I, Northern Montana (Maps 2 and 3). Mountain Press.
Map 2 includes Waterton Lakes National Park and Glacier National Park Segment sections 1-4. Map 3 includes Bob Marshall Wilderness Segment sections 1-3. Shows roads, trails, ranger stations, recreation sites, and many other features and lists hiking distances of selected hikes that take from a few hours up to a day. Map scales about 1" =2.5 miles (Map 3) and about 1" = 4 miles (Map 2). 17" x 23".
Inventory = 2. ISBN: None. 1976. Order #: MOPR1220 paper$6.95.
GUIDE TO THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL: Volume I, Northern Montana (Maps 4 and 5). Mountain Press.
Map 4 includes Bob Marshall Wilderness Segment sections 3-4 and Scapegoat Wilderness Segment sections 1-3. Map 5 includes Scapegoat Wilderness Segment section 3 and Volume 2 Southern Montana and Idaho Map 2 Helena Segment sections 1-3. Shows roads, trails, ranger stations, recreation sites, and many other features. Map scales about 1" =2 miles (Map 4) and about 1" = 2 miles (Map 5). 18" x 23".
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1976. Order #: MOPR1242 paper$6.95.
GUIDE TO THE
JOHN MUIR TRAIL (CA). by Thomas Winnett. Describes this High Sierra route in California both
north-south and south-north, with mileages, features, sites, travelers' tips. Starts in Yosemite Valley and ends atop Mount Whitney. Includes how to plan and prepare for a trek and shows trail profiles of the ups and downs along the route. Photos, 28
maps, 112 pages.
Inventory = 2.ISBN: 0-89997-040-0. Order #: WILD1753 paper$9.95.
GUIDE TO THE NEW MEXICO MOUNTAINS. by Herbert E. Ungnade.
Covers 75 mountain ranges--climbing routes, auto routes, rivers, caves, winter trips. Detailed descriptions of auto routes through the mountains plus information on rock climbs, river-boating, caves, and winter mountaineering. Includes sections on geology, history, archeology, flora and fauna, minerals, exploring. Maps, diagrams, and photographs, 235 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-0242-4. 1983. Order #: UNNM1614 paper$10.95.
GUIDE TO THE NORTH KAIBAB TRAIL. by Allen Berkowitz.
Details history of trail and provides mileages from the North Rim trailhead past Roaring Springs, Ribbon Falls, and Phantom Ranch, with the Colorado River crossing and the start of the trail up to the South Rim not far beyond. Section maps give still more detail of trailside features and destinations and include notes on the changing geology as the trail crosses differing rock formations. Wildlife, human history, and the story of ancient Anasazi Indians is also pointed out where pertinent. Location of ranger services is noted. Photographs, maps, drawings, 34 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-938216-10-4. 1980. Order #: GRCA0563 paper$3.95.
GUIDE TO THE SOUTH KAIBAB TRAIL by Rose Houk.
Explores the natural history of this trail from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to the Colorado River, developing an understanding and therefore an appreciation of the features to be seen. Sections describe The Rocks, The Desert, and The River with notes about the special character of each including geology, wildlife, flowers, history , interactions, enjoyment of the scene. And so this is not a trail guide in the usual sense but an interpretation of what can be seen. Fold-out drawings, map, 24 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-938216-15-5. 1981. Order #: GRCA0569 paper$3.95.
HIGH UINTA TRAILS: a hiking guide to the trails and lakes in the Uinta Mountains of Utah. by Mel Davis.
Gives table of access points from the south and from the north of the mountains and describes the features to be seen on the trails, including some 500 lakes. abrupt mountain slopes, glaciated canyons. Information is included for the hiker, backpacker, mountain climber, fisher persons, camper, and horseback rider, with tips for wilderness travel in this area. All the trails of the wilderness are described in some 61 sections; many are for backpackers. Maps, drawings, 132 pages, lake index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1974. Order #: WASA1694 paper$5.95.
HIKING AND EXPLORING UTAH'S HENRY MOUNTAINS AND ROBBERS ROOST. by Michael R. Kelsey.
Describes 37 hikes in the canyon country of southern Utah, a part of Earth with unusual perhaps unique landforms. There are vertical canyon slots so narrow you can touch both walls at once, hot desert areas, the immense Lake Powell area with it arches and bluffs, and even some forested highlands. Hiking and exploring in this country is explained to require a different mindset than in many regions for here one must cope with potential flash floods where there is no escape, dangerous heat and yet cold nights, and finding water in a desert. Remnant structures from gold and uranium mines are strewn about. There are Native American structures and artifacts and rock paintings. Ever-present are geologic formations that determine much of the character of a particular place, and these are described.. Also includes "The Life and Legend of Butch Cassidy", outlaw who hid here. 159 photos, 55 maps, 224 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-9605824-6-0. 1987. Order #: KELS8351 paper$8.95.
HIKING AND WALKING GUIDE TO EUROPE. by Arthur Howcroft & Richard Sale.
Off the beaten path in Europe. Compact source for when and where to go and what to expect. Covers all countries of Europe and the British Isles, Eastern Europe, and Greece. Presents recommended walking areas, European long-distance footpaths, local walking custom and routes, language advice, when to travel, hazards and dangers, sources for maps and guides. Regional map, 137 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8842-9545-0. 1984. Order #: MISC1678 paper$7.95.
HIKING CAPE COD. by J.H. Mitchell & Whit Griswold.
Presents 10 carefully detailed excursions along the less traveled byways, beaches, arches, and meadows of Cape Cod. Ample directions are given for each walk, along with a smattering of natural history (horseshoe crabs, beach plums, salt marshes); human history (shipwrecks, literary landmarks, Pilgrim and Indian lore; and scandal (mooncussing, nude bathing). Introductory chapters cover everything from the history of glaciers to planning a hike. Maps, drawings, 187 little pages suitable for carrying in a pocket or pack.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-914788-04-3. 1978. Order #: GLPE1132 paper9.95.
HIKING FROM INN TO INN: wilderness walking tours with comfortable overnight lodging from Maine to Virginia. by David and Kathleen Macinnes.
Experience the great outdoors by day and sleep between clean sheets at night. Covers 13 adventurous day hikes linked by overnight accommodations, including Mount Desert Walk, Maine; Presidential Range Walk, New Hampshire; Cape Cod Walk, Massachusetts; Palisades Walk, New York; Delaware Canal Walk, Pennsylvania; and more. Includes what to wear and what to carry, safety tips, wilderness manner. Tours take 3 days or longer, each day's hike in the 8 to 12 mile range, with detailed directions and descriptions of the hikes. Verify lodging pre-trip. Drawings, maps, 191 pages, index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-914788-49-3. 1982. Order #: GLPE0413 paper$7.95.
HIKING GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. by Rodney & Priscilla Albright.
Describes 42 walks in detail and suggested 38 more in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Includes hikes in Cades Cove, Cucumber Gap, Pinnacle Creek, Sugarland Mountain, more. Lists for each trail its length, degree of difficulty, access, and points of current and historical interest. Comments are made on environmental changes in the park including reintroduction of river otter and red wolf. Includes comprehensive bird list. 14 maps, 12 photos, 160 pages--small for easier carrying on the trail..
Inventory = 1. 1-56440-378-5Order #: GLPE7883 paper$9.95.
HIKING IN ZION NATIONAL PARK: the trails. by Bob Lineback.
Describes 18 of Zion's more popular trails such as Narrows, Angels Landing, Weeping Rock, Emerald Pool. Trail distances and hiking times are given as well as difficulty ratings, seasons, and use levels General information is given for hiking in this region of varied habitats, narrow canyons with potential for flash flooding, steep ascents and extreme dropoffs, lightning, campsites, hiking and backcountry ethics and rules. Color and black-and-white photographs, map, 48 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-915630-24-9. 1988. Order #: ZION0673 paper$3.95.
HIKING OAHU: the Capital Isle (HI). by Robert Smith.
Describes trails to range crests, up verdant valleys, to camp and picnic spots: swim, hike, and camp in unspoiled spots. Describes trips in 26 hiking areas with the routes, driving instructions to the trailheads, distances and average hiking times, and how to get permissions to use a trail if needed. Photos, maps, 124 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-89997-033-8. Order #: WILD1777 paper$7.95.
HIKING IN MUIR INLET: Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska. by Carolynn Elder.
There are no roads in this area so unless on a boat or plane, to see it you will hike.. This is a general discussion of what it is like to hike here, the scenes from which glaciers are retreating/have retreated and the new vegetation that is appearing now that they are gone. Natural history and hiking information to this wilderness for day hikes and backcountry camping is given, with special concerns presented such as grizzly bears, melting ice, ice caves, mosquitoes, tides, crossing meltwater streams. Photos, 40 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-9602876-2-0. 1980. Front cover may be scuffed. Order #: ALAS2242 paper$3.95.
HIKING THE GRAND CANYON: the Corridor Trails--DVD (AZ).
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-193-7. Order #: amtr3836 paper$19.95.
HIKING THE OLD DOMINION: the trails of Virginia. by Allen de Hart.
Presents trails over lands managed by U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, state parks and wildlife management areas, cities and counties, and more. Basic trail information includes length and difficulty, topographic maps to use, trailhead locations, route descriptions, introduction to regions and features. Includes Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Park, part of Appalachian Trail. Sierra Club Totebook. Photographs, 13 maps, index, 488 little pages for easy carrying in the field.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87156-812-8. 1984. Order #: RAHO2714 vinyl$14.00.
HIKING THE SOUTHWEST: Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas. by Dave Ganci.
Sierra Club Totebook. Introduces the special character of this region of the U.S. from a hiker's standpoint. Tells of weather and climate factors, managing a vehicle on sandy roads or in heat, natural history, social and environmental history such as the Sagebrush Rebellion and includes many hikes in national parks and forests as well s those on Bureau of Land Management Areas, city, county, and state parks, and Indian reservations. Trail descriptions include mileages, difficulty ratings, directions, and features. Maps, bibliography, index, 408 pages--small size for carrying in the field..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87156-338-X. 1983. Order #: RAHO2715 vinyl$14.00.
HIKING THE TETON BACKCOUNTRY. by Paul Lawrence.
Gives natural history of Teton Range as backdrop for trail expeience--making the mountains, volcanic activity, a glacial facelift, flora and fauna, weather throughout the year. Also suggests a wilderness wardrobe, backpack to use and what to put in it, tents, and sleeping bags. Food, maps, cameras, fishing, and safety are considered, including not getting lost but what to do if you are. Presents descriptions of 60 trails with trail condition, lengths, times taken to traverse. Pertinent notes are included for longer hikes such as where to camp. Maps, 160 small pages for easier carrying in the field. Sierra Club Totebook.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87156-092-5. 1973. Order #: RAHO7111 paper$10.00.
HIKING THE USA: a sourcebook for maps, guidebooks, and inspiration. by David Lee Drotar.
Information for each of 10 American regions--weather, trail info, access, area features. Includes many national parks and seashores plus national forests and mountain and desert areas. Text describes the types of opportunities available in each region and there are further breakdowns for sections within the regions so that planning hikes can be done. Notes are given on location/access, topography, climate, vegetation/wildlife, and trail system. There are lists of added resources. Maps, photographs, 172 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-942280-35-0. 1987. Order #: PUHO9644 paper$15.95.
HIKING THEYELLOWSTONE BACKCOUNTRY. by Orville E. Bach.
Sierra Club notebook. Gives natural history of Yellowstone-Teton Region as backdrop for trail expeience--making the mountains, volcanic activity, a glacial facelift, flora and fauna, weather throughout the year. Also suggests a wilderness wardrobe, backpack to use and what to put in it, tents, and sleeping bags. Food, maps, cameras, fishing, and safety are considered, including not getting lost but what to do if you are. Presents descriptions of 84 trails with trail condition, lengths, times taken to traverse. Pertinent notes are included for longer hikes such as where to camp. Trail guide with traveling, tips on routes, mileages. Mileages to points along selected trails. Photos, maps, 238 small pages for easier carrying in the field.. Sierra Club Totebook.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-87156-078-X. 1973. Order #: RAHO1212 vinyl$9.95.
HIKING TRAILS OF THE SUNSHINE COAST (BC). by Rita Percheson, Pam Gross, and Sandy Barrett..
Walks, hikes, climbs, and cross-country ski trips on the coast of British Columbia: from earth-shaking saltwater cataracts to cool flower-filled meadows, this easy-to-carny guide offers a complete range of short family-style meadow walks to high country excursions to challenge experienced outdoors folks. Includes helpful hiking tips for this area, and a special section on cross-country skiing. Photos, maps, 112 smaller pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-913140-41-4. 1979. Order #: SIGN3143 paper$5.95.
HIKING VIRGINIA'S NATIONAL FORESTS. by Karen Wuertz-Schaefer.
Describes 50 trails in George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. Introduction explains "Finding Your Way in the Woods" including trail finding and even cross-country travel, "Climate, Terrain, and Equipment" so you will know what to expect and prepare for in this area, and "Outdoor Ethics" so your actions will not impair your own trips or those of others and there will be minimum impact on the land. Individual trail descriptions give trail mileages, difficulties, elevation differences, and markings. Photos, maps, 201 pocket-sized pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-8914788-05-1. 1980. Order #: GLPE0423 paper$9.95.
KINGS CANYON COUNTRY. by Lew & Ginny Clark.
Information on early trips into this wilderness region including legends, Indian and white-man history, features of trailheads and their trails from both east and west with nature notes on the land and its flora and fauna. Colored topographic maps detail trails and some alternate routes not on other maps; there are also profiles of trails showing elevations and mileages. Distances are shown between junctions as well as some campsites, meadows, and ranger stations Although some information may have changed, much content provides detail on this region not easily found elsewhere. Photographs, drawings, maps, 80 pages, index.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-931532-20-5. 1985. Order #: WETR5609 paper$5.95.
KINGS RIVER COUNTRY: Kings River National Park, John Muir Wilderness. by Lew and Ginny Clark.
Full-color topographic map of this central High Sierra region of California showing trails with mileages for segments between junctions and showing forested areas, unimproved or jeep roads, ranger stations, campgrounds, backcountry parking, and pack stations. Back of map gives history and geology and descriptions of loop trails from trailheads. Contour interval is 100 feet; scale about 1 inch = 2 miles. 22" wide x 17" high. Update pre-trip.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1983. Order #: WETR2141 map$4.95.
LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK: a natural-history guide to Lassen National Park, Caribou Wilderness, Thousand Lakes Wilderness, Hat Creek Valley, and McArtur-Burney Falls State Park (CA). by Jeffrey P. Schaffer.
Comprehensive trail guide plus road guide keyed to roadside interpretive markers, with natural history, camping and resort info. 216 pages, photos, maps with topo map in pocket.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-059-1Order #: WILD8412 paper$16.95.
NATIONAL PARK AND VICINITY-- topographic map (CA). Wilderness Press.
Wilderness permits, trails, roads, picnic areas, scenic turnouts, forested areas, lakes, streams, campgrounds. Scale=1:62,500; 18"x21" map with index of all places on map..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. Order #: WILD2903 map$5.00.
LASSEN TRAILS: a brief guide to the trails of Lassen Volcanic National Park. by Stephen H. Matteson.
Describes 34 trails in this national park in northern California, including to the summit of the volcano. Introduction gives overview of hiking in this region including concerns for passing through thermal regions of this volcano active in 1914. Table gives average dates when trails have opened in the spring and early summer once the abundant winter snow has melted adequately. Maps are included for each trail and starting points, trail distances and times are given plus terrain and scenic and other features. Trail maps and park overview map, 56 pages, index.
Inventory = 15. ISBN: None. 1982. Order #: LOOM0804 paper$4.95.
THE LIVING LAND: an outdoor guide to North Carolina. by Marguerite Schumann.
Surveys the state's natural areas--coastal plain, piedmont, and mountain areas--with histories, incidents, features to see, and how to visit. Covers state parks, game lands, national seashores, national wildlife refuges, national forests, TVA lakes, caverns. Describes the history of each of the various areas: replanting forests, mines, power development, farming, fishing, tourism, forestry research and horticulture. Photos, maps, 203 pages, index.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. 1977. Order #: MISC2991 paper$6.95.
LONGS PEAK: Rocky Mountain National Park. by Glen Kaye.
This tall and dominating mountain summit attracts some 10,000 hikers to its top every year. With this guide you can learn of the history of its early climbs, how the mountain came to be, what glaciers did to it and of its special tundra and timberline habitats. There are 100 or more trails to the top; here is described the main route of 8 miles one way with a climb from the trailhead at the Longs Peak Ranger Station at 9,400 feet to the 14,255 foot summit. Water sources (few) are given and the route is described.; allowing 13 hours for the trip is suggested. Map, color photos, 24 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-930487-08-7. Order #: ROMN9688 paper$3.50.
#MAMMOTH-MONO COUNTRY. Clark.
Guidebook to eastern Sierra, trails, winter activities, nature. Photos, maps, 96 pages.
Inventory =6. ISBN: 0-931532-17-5. 1981. Order #: WETR2144 paper$6.00.
MAP OF ANZA-BORREGO DESERT STATE PARK and adjacent areas (CA). Wilderness
Press. Shows roads, jeep roads, trails, park boundary, restricted area, lakes and
creeks, campgrounds, mines, ranger stations, and more for Southern California area.
(Included in book "Anza-Borrego Desert Region".) 21.5" x 28" shipped
Inventory = 5. ISBN: None. 1978. Order #: WILD2613 map$4.95.
MAP OF ANZA-BORREGO DESERT STATE PARK and adjacent areas (CA). Wilderness
Press. Shows roads, jeep roads, trails, park boundary, restricted area, lakes and
creeks, campgrounds, mines, ranger stations, and more for Southern California area.
(Included in book "Anza-Borrego Desert Region".) 21.5" x 28" shipped
Inventory = 9. ISBN: None. 1978. Order #: WILD1834 map$4.95.
MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS: hiking and backpacking in far northern California. David Green.
Trail guide to 27 hikes in this northwestern California area of deeply cut valleys, broad glacial basins, old-growth forests and ridge-crest panoramas, wild streams, and nearly 100 lakes. Hiking chart lists basic facts of every hike included and lake chart tells of 52 lakes' areas, depths, fish contained, and more. Photos, maps, 168 pages, index and 2 large fold-out topo maps.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-911824-93-6. Order #: WILD1783 paper$15.95.
MICHIGAN STATE PARKS: a complete recreation guide for campers, boaters, anglers, hikers & skiers. by Jim DuFresne.
Covers all 92 Michigan state parks for aid in planning day outings or whole-summer vacations. Park-by-park checklists give possible activities in each area. There are beaches on Lake Michigan, interior lakes, forest areas, cross-country ski trails, historic sites including lighthouses and logging areas, interpretive centers, wilderness, dunes, horse and foot trails. Produced in cooperations with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Photographs, maps, 288 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89886-198-5. 1989. Order #: MOUN6853 paper$12.95.
MID-AMERICA TRIPS AND TRAILS. by Bill Thomas.
From sand dunes and plateaus to densely wooded forests, over 50 unspoiled wilderness areas in 17 states are pinpointed: MI, WI, MN, ND, NE, OH, IN, IL, MO, KY, TN, AR, OK, AL, MS, KY, TX. For each trip tells what the area is like, how to reach it, where to drive, backpacking opportunities, hikes, where to camp. Photos, maps, 238 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-8117-2037-3. 1975. Order #: STAC5166 paper$8.95.
MINERAL KING: High Sierra Hiking Guide
#8 (CA). Ron Felzer.
Southern Sequoia National Park and part of Golden Trout Wilderness. Map, 94 little pages, fold-in topo map with trails, index..
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89997-008-7. 1981 second edition. WILD9826 paper$12.95.
MINERAL KING: Sequoia National Park. by National Park Service,
Hiking guide with topographic map of a park region of trails leading to several lakes and mountain passes. Mining history of area is presented for the period long before it became a national park and then the attempt to establish a ski area there, which became controversial and finally failed, with the region then being added to Sequoia National Park. 7 trails are described, with trail distances, hiking times, trailside features, and route-finding tips. Map is 18" x 21", scale of 3 1/2 inches per mile, contour interval 80 feet.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1995. Order # SEQU1162 map$3.95.
MOUNT DESERT ISLAND ROAD & TRAIL MAP. by Augustus D. Pnillips.
1979 Boundaries of Acadia National Park. Topographic map showing roads and trails, terrain features, shorelines, ponds and lakes, trailheads, summits, marinas, picnic areas private lands, golf courses, ferries, museums, meadows. Two colors, scale approx 2 1/4" = 1 mile; contour interval = 50 feet.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1979. Order #: MISC3201 paper$3.95.
MT. WHITNEY: High Sierra Hiking Guide #5 (CA). Winnett.
Trails, trees, history, geology, campsites, wildflowers, animals, ecology, fishing. Maps, 96 pages, compact.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-911824-62-6. Order #: WILD1737 paper$12.95.
NEEDLE MOUNTAINS/ENGINEER MOUNTAINS map of hiking & jeep trails, old mine camps (CO).
Topographic map includes Weminuche Pass, Stony Pass, Columbine Pass, Chicago Basin, Hermosa Creek. Shows hiking trails in green; jeep trails in red. Many other features--lakes, peaks, streams, towns, ski area appear on the base map. Scale: 1" = 1 mile; contour interval = 100 feet. Size = 22" N-S x 34" E-W. Shipped folded: 6" x 7.5"
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None. Order #: BECR5782 vinyl $8.95.
NEVADA OFF THE BEATEN PATH.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-07627-4204-2Order #: GLPE6207 paper$14.95.
NORTHWEST TRAILS. by Ira Spring & Harvey Manning.
Overview-guidebook to 73 park, wilderness areas in WY, MT, ID, NoCA, OR, WA, BC, Canadian Rockies. Answers myriad questions of visitors: best mountain scenery, open-country trail hiking, desert rambles, high-lakes fishing, rock-peak scrambles, best seasons, crowds, weather, sources. Maps, photographs, 192 pages,index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89886-037-7. 1982. Order #: MOUN0893 paper$9.95.
ON FOOT IN THE GRAND CANYON: hiking the trails of the South Rim. by Sharon Spangler.
Guidebook for hikers giving personal accounts of trips on 20 trails that go along the canyon rim or down into the gorge and even to the river. Appendixes give the story of geology with the rock formations explained and of trails data giving mileages of the trails, times required, elevations gained or lost plus trailhead locations. Maps, photos, 200 pages, index.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-87108-790-1. 1989. Order #: PRUE6539 paper$14.95.
AN OUTDOOR GUIDE
TO THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA (CA). by Dorothy L. Whitnah.
Exploring with boots, bikes, backpacks, buses, boats, and BART--84 outings from 1 to12 miles long and easy to strenuous--all within 70 miles of the Golden Gate Bridge. Secluded natural spots as well as popular recreational areas: mountaintops, beaches, lakes, with wildflowers, oaks, tall redwoods. Photos, maps, 401 pages.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: 0-89997-001-X. Order #: WILD1788 paper$12.95.
TRAILS (CA): Outdoor adventures on the San Francisco peninsula. by Jean Rusmore and Frances Spangle.
Describes 62 hikes and strolls covering over 200 miles of trails from meadow walks to streamside strolls, oak-shaded knolls, and all-day hikes. Gives trail distances, elevation gains, times for each hike described, and routes of the trails depicted on maps--all with notes on trail features. Photos, maps, 216 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-89997-014-1. Order #: WILD1767 paper$14.95.
ROADS AND TRAILS OF WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK. by George C. Ruhle; edited by Becky Williams..
The "Ruhle Handbook". Scenery, geology, wildlife as seen along the byways of these American and Canadian parks. Mileage logs along park roads locate features on the waysides and the text explains what is to be seen at these points--types and habitats of trees, scenic points, geologic thrust faults, settlers' graves, waterfalls, and more. Trails are likewise described with mileages, routes, wildflowers, streams, etc. Maps, photos, 143 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916792-03-X. 1986. Order #: GLAC0548 paper$7.95.
SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAIN TRAILS. 100 hikes in Southern California. by John W. Robinson.
The San Bernardino and the San Jacinto ranges are home to Southern California’s highest and most rugged mountains. Desert cactus and pine trees, snow-capped peaks and palm oases, are found in close proximity in this unique region. Covers 100 day hikes and backpack trips that traverse the San Bernardino National Forest, the Santa Rosa Mountains, and the San Jacinto Mountains. Each trip includes difficulty evaluations, season recommendations, length, and elevation gain.
Comes with a color fold-out hiking topo map. 275 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-911824-85-5. Order #: WILD1785 paper$19.00.
SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAIN TRAILS: 100 hikes in Southern California--topographic map. by John W. Robinson. 100 hikes in San Bernardino, San
Jacinto, Santa Rosa Mountains including one-day hikes and backpack trips, trails, roads, railroads, streams, lakes, parks, wilderness campsites, campgrounds, springs, and ranger stations. (included in San Bernardino Mountain Trails book). 21"x26" shipped folded.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: None. 1981. Order #: WILD1479 map$4.50.
SHORT NATURE WALKS ON CAPE COD AND THE VINEYARD. by Hugh & Heather Sadlier.
28 leisurely trips to woodlands, ponds, mashes, swamps, seashores, dunes. Learn what to look for on each trail, from beach plums to bayberries, ospreys to fiddler crabs, a working gristmill to an ancient Indian site. Plus get tips of best spots to swim, fish, or bask in the sun. Each walk description includes map, directions for locating and following the trail, distance, what to wear and what to bring, and notes on geology, wildlife, and vegetation. 28 photos, 28 maps, 128 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-56440-162-6. 1993. Order #: GLPE7893 paper$8.95.
High Sierra Hiking Guide #17; the High Sierra between Carson Pass and Ebbetts Pass (CA). by Joseph R. Grodin and Sharon Grodin. Trail routes to area south of Lake
Tahoe. Includes trails, trees, history, geology, campsites, wildflowers, animals, ecology. Photos and maps, 96 little pages with large fold-out topo map dated 1976. This is the
third edition of April 1983, second printing of April 1986.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-027-3. Order #: WILD1743 paper$12.95.
SOUTH AMERICA RIVER TRIPS: Volume 1. by George N. Bradt.
Background information on health concerns, equipment, natural history, museums, security, jungle cuisine, plus when to go plus 10 river trips in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Brazil.. Considers jungle ecology, forest types, people of the Amazon Basin, animals, insects, birds, and pests and potential maladies. Bring presents for natives. Travel can be by raft, canoe, motorized canoe, or cargo boat. Check for recent developments. Photographs, drawings, maps, 103 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-933982-13-5. 1981. Order #: BRAD2879 paper$8.95.
SOUTH AMERICA RIVER TRIPS: Volume 2. by Tanis & Martin Jordan.
Emphasizes rivers in Venezuela, Surinam, Brazil, and Peru involving several national parks and nature preserves, with useful tips and experiences. Tells how to plan a river expedition; choose a boat, tent, hammock, and other equipment; jungle clothes; medical precautions and fitness; rapids and other river hazards; camping and fire; aspects of rivers useful in navigation. Photos, drawings, maps, 120 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-933982-24-0. 1982. Order #: BRAD2880 paper$9.95.
TRAILS: Outdoor adventures around the Santa Clara Valley (CA). by Frances Spangle and Jean Rusmore.
California's Santa Clara Valley trails from shoreline walks rimming the South Bay to the Mt. Hamilton Range and the Santa Cruz Mountains. Covers 100s of miles of trails, even a week-long backpacking trip. For each area text gives hiking distance, time required, elevation change, jurisdiction, regulations, facilities, fees if any, and sources. Photos, 25 maps, 305pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-022-2. Order #: WILD1768 paper$14.95.
SOUTH CAROLINA HIKING TRAILS. Allen de Hart.
Describes over 185 trails for the hiker/backpacker--Sumter and Marion National Forests, trails in national parks, refuges, Army Corps of Engineers projects, state parks and forests and game management areas county and municipal trails, plus private and college trails. Includes trail locations, lengths, difficulties, trailheads, features to see and directions. Introduction includes health and safety, support facilities, animal and plant life, sources of detailed hiking maps. Photos, maps, 288 pages pocket-size.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88742-009-5. 1984. Order #: GLPE4407 paper$8.95.
STEHEKIN--a guide to the Enchanted Valley. by Fred T. Darvill, Jr.
Hiking trails in the North Cascades National Park of Washington state in the Stehekin River Valley at the north end of Lake Chelan, an area accessbile only by boat, plane, or foot. History, Native Americans, tourism, rocks and glaciers, natural features, plant and animal life, and detailed descriptions of hiking trails in this area with mileages, difficulty ratings, elevations gained, hiking times (some are multi-day and so campsites may be mentioned), routing points, and features to see. Includes helpful hints for visitors, creation of national park. Photographs, maps, 128 pages, index.
Inventory = 8. ISBN:0-913140-42-2. 1981. interior damage to spine but pages intact. Order #: SIGN1297 paper$6.95.
STARR'S GUIDE TO THE JOHN MUIR TRAIL AND THE HIGH SIERRA REGION. by Walter A. Starr, Jr.
Classic guide to this region of California, providing backcountry trail information from Yosemite Valley to Mount Whitney along the "grandfather of long-distance trails", the John Muir Trail. Includes lateral trails to connect from sites along the range that lead up the main trail that winds along the spine of the mountains. Detailed trail descriptions with point-to-point mileages along the way and with text that explains aspects of route finding and terrain features, as well as probable places to camp. Includes large fold-out map of the full 211.9 miles of the trail. Includes advice to travelers regarding clothing, equipment, weather, bears. and more. 224 small pages for easy carrying.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87156-172-7. 1974. Order #: RAHO12208vinyl$14.00
TENNESSEE TRAILS. by Evan Means.
Guide to state's best walking and backpacking trails outside Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Provides details and maps of over 100 trails including urban trails and trails for the handicapped and gives historical overview of Tennessee trails dating back to DeSoto and revival of interest in trails in modern times. Maps, 186 little pages suitable for carrying in pocket or small pack.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-914788-11-6. 1979. Order #: GLPE2289 paper$9.95.
TRAILS OF THE
ANGELES: 100 hikes in the San Gabriels (CA). by John W. Robinson.
Describes 100 hikes of the San Gabriel Range near Los Angeles--day and backpack. Includes San Gabriel and Cucamonga Wildernesses. The included large topographic map for the San Gabriel Mountains of Southern California features one-day hikes and backpack trips and shows roads and trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, ranger stations, streams, springs, lakes, parks and places of history. Photos, maps, large fold-out topo map, index 232 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-41-9. 1984 fifth edition. Order #: WILD2565 paper$17.95.
TRAILS OF THE ANGELES MAP (CA). Robinson.
Shows 100 hikes in the San Gabriel Mountains of Southern California. This large topographic map for the San Gabriel Mountains of Southern California features one-day hikes and backpack trips and shows roads and trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, ranger stations, streams, springs, lakes, parks and places of history.(Included in Trails of the Angeles book.) 19"x33.5" shipped folded.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-89997-154-7.Order #: WILD1765 map$4.50.
TRAILS OF THE FRANK CHURCH--RIVER OF NO RETURN WILDERNESS. by Margaret Fuller.
Hiking guide to Idaho's area where the Salmon River and its tributaries carved a maze of deep canyons rugged peaks, and left isolated meadows. From the peaks of the Bighorn Mountains to the challenges of whitewater rafting, here are numerous opportunities for experiences and adventures. Covers 82 trails with history, geology, Indian stories along with trail data on mileages and times required plus elevations gained and lost. Trails are in Challis, Salmon, Bitterroot, Nez Perce, Payette, and Boise National Forests. Photos, maps, 364 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-913140-45-7. 1987. Order #: SIGN3797 paper$14.95.
TRAILS OF THE SAWTOOTH & WHITE CLOUD MOUNTAINS. by Margaret Fuller.
Trail information for hikers and horse riders to this Idaho mountain area: directions, mileages, times, features to see for 99 hikes. Supplementary information is given on history, geology, and natural features of the areas traversed. Explore hundreds of miles of hiking and riding among the majestic scenery of four mountain ranges. Photos, maps, 250 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-913140-47-3. 1988. Order #: SIGN3298 paper$12.95.
TRAILS OF YOSEMITE VALLEY. Yosemite Association. Simple walker's guide map to 9 trails from easy to strenuous--Mirror Lake or Bridalveil Fall to Upper Yosemite Fall and Half Dome with text notes that give distances, average hiking times, difficulties, starting points and features to be seen. Color map unfolds to 9" x 16", shows bikeways, parking areas, campgrounds.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: None. 1987. Order #: YOCO1861 paper$3.00.
UTAH VALLEY TRAILS; a hiking guide to the many scenic trails around Provo, Utah. by Shirley & Monroe Paxman and Gayle & Weldon Taylor.
Author team shares its experience in selecting clothing and hiking gear for this area and considers manners on the trail plus safety. 45 trails are described with trailhead parking locations, terrain features, attractions on the way, route-finding hints, lengths, steepness, and seasons. Areas covered are Battle Creek and Dry Canyon, Timpanogos, Provo Canyon, Rock Canyon, Y Mountain/Slide/Slate Canyon, Hobble Creek Canyon, and Payson Canyon. Special attention is given to "The Joy of Hiking". Maps, photographs, drawings, 71 pages.
Inventory = 17. ISBN: 0-915272-19-9. 1978. Order #: WASA1686 paper$4.95.
UTAH'S NATIONAL PARKS: hiking, camping, and vacationing in Utah's Canyon Country. by Ron Adkison.
For Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, Arches, Canyonlands National Parks--from brief strolls along paved paths to cross-country backpack treks--123 hikes in all. Driving directions get you to the trailheads and natural history of the rock formations, plants, and animals is presented. There is also practical advice on desert travel and survival. Route details of all hikes are shown on topo route maps. 354 pages, photos, maps, index..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89997-126-1. Order #: WILD8509 paper$14.95.
UTAH STATE PARKS: a complete recreation guide. by Jan Bannan.
Profiles all 45 parks and outdoor areas, including hiking, climbing, history, Indian ruins, fossils. Encompasses everything from red-rock canyons to rugged mountain slopes to early human settlements. Directions tell how to get to each park, where to go hiking boating, swimming, camping, bicycling, fishing and more. Gives park seasons and facts on plants, wildlife, history, and geology. 80 photos, 30 maps, 224 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89886-421-6. 1995. Order #: MOUN0856 paper$14.95.
WALKING FROM INN TO INN: the San Francisco Bay Area. by Jacqueline Kudler & Arlene Stark.
Presents 50 delightful walks in this region from Santa Cruz to Santa Rosa, 5 of them within the San Francisco metropolitan area--with descriptions of inns, directions, route guides, items of historical and recreational interest. Walks range from easy to more strenuous and lodgings range from forest hostels to vacation resorts. Includes local items of historical, recreational, and environmental interest. Appendix shows how to string certain walks together for longer treks. Illustrated, maps, 192 pages, index..
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88742-068-0. 1986. Order #: GLPE4387 paper$8.95.
WALKS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. by Gary Ferguson.
75 day-walks through the mountains, forests, coasts, and deserts of Oregon, Washington, & Idaho, with naturalist notes. Each gentle journey includes flora and fauna seen along the way,natural and cultural histories of the areas, tips on waking in each environment, trail distances and locations. Many of the trips are in national parks and forests. Illustrated, 284 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-13-945080-7.1991. Order #: PRHA1349 paper$14.95.
WALKS IN THE CATSKILLS. by John Bennet & Seth Masia.
Guide to New York park's state-maintained trails and campsites in this 900 square-mile park: history, natural history, and geology. Includes logistics of trip planning, equipage. Maps, drawings, 203 pages pocket-sized.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-914788-00-0. 1977. Order #: GLPE0425 paper$7.95.
WATERTON AND NORTHERN GLACIER TRAILS FOR HIKERS AND RIDERS. by Andy Russell.
Covers 62 hikes primarily in the Canada part of this international park that straddles the U.S./Canada border at Montana/British Columbia-Alberta. Introduction gives history of region, brief geology, bears and other safety concerns, fishing, camping, hiking, and riding. Trail descriptions include trailhead access, location, length, difficult level, interesting features, horse use, notes. Photos, maps, 110 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-920457-00-2. 1984. Order #: GLAC0553 paper$6.95.
WASATCH TRAILS, Vol. I. by Betty Bottcher.
Hiking guide for mountains near Salt Lake City. Introduction gives suggestions for successful hikes in this area, avoiding hazards and tells of the geology of the Wasatch--of granites and glaciers and of the benches left from the immense Lake Bonneville. 42 trails are described, including several ones for beginners, with attractions to be seen, terrain features, and tips for route-finding. Included areas are Wasatch Front, Mill Creek Canyon, Big Cottonwood Canyon, and Little Cottonwood Canyon. Trail distances are given along with elevation changes and best seasons for hiking., Drawings, maps, 77 pages.
Inventory =9. ISBN: None. 1982. Order #: WASA1689 paper$3.95.
WASATCH TRAILS, Vol. II. by Daniel Geery.
Hiking guide for mountains near Salt Lake City, for intermediate and advanced hikers. Additional suggestions beyond those made in Wasatch Trails, Vol. 1., provide more insight into trail use in this area for this book designed for more serious hikers. Although the area it covers overlaps some with the former volume, 31 different trails are described here with trail features, mileages hiking notes, elevations. Difficulty ratings are given. Drawings, photographs, maps, 112 pages.
Inventory =9. ISBN: 0-915272-10-5. 1983. Order #: WASA1690 paper$4.95.
WESTERN TRIPS & TRAILS. by E. M. Sterling.
From snow-capped peaks to pristine beaches, forests, wildlife, deserts, lakes, wildflowers and historical, geological, and archaeological sites this is a guide to some of the best hiking, camping, and vacationing in nine states: WA, OR, CA, MT, WY, CO, ID, UT, AZ. Includes driving routes, camping directions, backpacking and hiking trails, with easy to read maps and with sections on 21 National Park System areas as well as wilderness areas and state parks. Sections on "Where To Drive", "Where to Hike", and "Where to Camp". Photographs, maps, 351 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: \0-87108-584-4. 1981. Order #: PRUE1153 paper$14.95.
WESTERN TRIPS & TRAILS. by E. M. Sterling.
Covers 50 recreation areas in 11 western states: WA, OR, CA, MT, WY, CO, ID, NM, UT, NV, AZ plus Canada. Leads the motorist, occasional hiker and dedicated backpacker to unusual and pleasurable scenic places. Provides answers to the whys, hows, and wheres of vacation planning with driving routes, camping information, backpacking and hiking trails plus easy-to-read maps. Selections are based on personal survey of each place listed with care taken to feature areas that afford a variety of opportunities to the traveler. Photographs, maps, 325 pages.
Inventory =2. ISBN: 0-87108-727-8. 1987. Order #: PRUE1211 paper$14.95.
YELLOWSTONE SHORT HIKES (WY/MT/ID). Carl Schreir.
Inventory =1. ISBN: 978-0-943972-65-7. Order #: HOME3332 paper$3.95.
YELLOWSTONE TRAILS--a hiking guide. by Mark C. Marschall.
Backcountry guide covering over 2 million acres and 1,000 miles of trails. Introduces hiking in the park with special information on the character of the country, river and stream crossings, wildlife encounters. Trails are organized by park region and separated into suggested short, medium, and long hikes (with some being multi-day). Access points, trail miles, features to be seen, and route-finding notes are included including natural history noes. Drawings, maps, 120 pages, index.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: None. 1981. Order #: YELL1832 paper$6.95.
NATIONAL PARK: a natural history guide to Yosemite and its trails (CA). by Jeffrey P. Schaffer. Natural history guidebook to virtually all trails in the park, including scenery and natural history along each. Also hiking
policies, procedures. Table lists park hikes with time recommended, grade and difficulty, hiking season, amount of use, swimming/fishing options, scenic. Photos, maps, 290 pages, large fold-out topo map in pocket shows over 1,000 miles of trails.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89997-028-1. Order #: WILD1792 paper$16.95.
YOSEMITE TRAILS. by Lew & Ginny Clark.
Presets the special landscape features, plants, animals, of this park and how to explore them. Provides details and profiles of many of the park trails and includes sections on High Sierra Camps, winter trails, and the giant sequoia trees. Trails are grouped in park regions: Yosemite Valley, Merced River Canyon, South Boundary Country,Central High Sierra, Yosemite North Country. Entry points from within and outside the park are identified and trails adjacent to some sections of the park are included. Photos, maps, l44 pages, index.
Inventory =10. ISBN: 0-931532-01-9. 1983. Order #: WETR2140 paper$8.95.
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