Peakbagging Montana

Author: Cedron Jones
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ISBN: 9781606390412
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Hiking guidebook to ascending Montana's highest mountains.

Montana Outdoors

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Peakbagging Usa Montana 53 Peaks Logbook

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Time to achieve that dream of bagging the top 53 peaks in Montana This handy, rucksack sized (9x6") log book has a complete list of the peaks in height order and a log page for every peak. The book also includes a page for you to create your essentials gear list to check off before every climb. Included are some blank log pages incase any of the climbs have to be repeated as the 1st attempt was called off due to bad weather. Sadly we can't control the weather. This log book is a great way of keeping a personal record of your achievements as you bag the best peaks in Montana. Something to look back on in years to come and remember the sense of achievement when you bagged the final peak. On each page you will find: Name of the mountain and it's elevation. Space for you to record information such as the weather, names of companions, time taken to complete the climb. There is space to record any features of the climb to be aware of for any return climbs. The rear of each page is a dot grid matrix to allow you to either sketch out the route, make extra notes or stick in a picture of you at the summit. The peaks in included in this book come from the following ranges: Anaconda Range Beartooth Mountains Beaverhead Mountains Big Belt Mountains Big Snowy Mountains Bolder Batholith Bridger Range Cabinet Mountains Castle Mountains Centennial Mountains Central Bitteroot Range Crazy Mountains Elkhorn Mountains Flathead Range Flint Creek Range Gallatin Range Garnet Range Highland Mountains Highwood Mountains John Long Mountains Lewis Range Lionshead-Henrys Lake Ranges Little Belt Mountains Livingston Range Madison Range Mission Range Ninemile-Reservation Divides Northern Absaroka Range Northern Bitterroot Range Pioneer Mountains Pryor Mountains Rattlesnake Mountains Rocky Mountain Front Ruby Range Salish Mountains Snowcrest Range Southeast Montana Plains Swan Range Thompson-Baldy Area Tobacco Root Mountains United States Purcell Mountains Western International Border Area Plains Whitefish-MacDonald Range Buy now if you or anyone you know is contemplating bagging the best peaks in Montana, this is the perfect book to inspire you to climb to great heights. Well 12,799ft to the highest peak. And whatever climb/walk you do, remember to leave no trace.

Backpacker Magazine S Peak Bagging

Author: Brendan Leonard
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 149301501X
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A how-to book for climbers with information on scrambling skills, gear, alpine hazards, and acclimation, published under the imprimatur of "Backpacker" magazine.

Hiking Montana

Author: Bill Schneider
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493011170
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Hiking Montana offers 100 of the best hikes in Big Sky Country, from pleasant family outings to backcountry adventures. This is the classic guide to Montana hiking, now completely field-checked and updated.

Hiking Montana Bozeman

Author: Bill Schneider
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493014382
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Hiking Near Bozeman will offer 25 trails of varying difficulty in and around Bozeman, including a few in Yellowstone National Park. Complete with up-to-date trail information and maps, GPS coordinates for trailheads, and photos throughout, this book is perfect for people of all ages and skill levels.

A Tale Of Twelve Summers

Author: Adam J. Helman, Ph.D.
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490727825
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There is no end to how people seek the heights. Within such a continuum of mountain enthusiasts, the peakbagger is peculiarly focused on the summit-not just in classic alpine style but also in deserts, jungles, and everywhere a big mountain awaits, ticking off his lists. County high-pointing represents this obsession, providing the practitioner with all manner of rewards, perceived and tangible. His hobby is not for the timid, often entails difficulties beyond the norm, and always consumes inordinately large chunks of time. Part 1 describes the genre in five chapters. Part 2 reviews the author's multisummer project of reaching the highest ground for each of the 414 counties in America's west. It's a memorable accomplishment replete with many unexpected challenges. The required perseverance and will to achieve beyond the norm is his parting message to the reader. Part 3 reviews Alaska and Hawaii county high-pointing, followed by four appendices and a 330-entry glossary of terms. With 400 pages and 236 illustrations, A Tale of Twelve Summers is both comprehensive and visually attractive.

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Forest Magazine

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Sierra Club Bulletin

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Includes section "Book reviews."