Snowshoe Hikes In The White Mountains

Author: Steven D. Smith
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The first guide to focus exclusively on snowshoeing opportunities in New Hampshire's White Mountains, "Snowshoe Hikes in the White Mountains" describes over 100 day trips for winter outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities. The guide features detailed information for 45 hikes, including trailhead parking, trail narratives, view descriptions, local history, and topographic maps. Another 60 treks are outlined in briefer fashion. The hikes range from easy lowland strolls to strenuous ascents of 4000-foot peaks, with the majority suited for beginner and intermediate snowshoers.

Snow Country

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In the 87 issues of Snow Country published between 1988 and 1999, the reader can find the defining coverage of mountain resorts, ski technique and equipment, racing, cross-country touring, and the growing sport of snowboarding during a period of radical change. The award-winning magazine of mountain sports and living tracks the environmental impact of ski area development, and people moving to the mountains to work and live.

Amc S Best Day Hikes In The White Mountains

Author: Robert Buchsbaum
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Explore fifty of the most scenic trails of New Hampshires White Mountains Z99 this new hiking guide from the experts at the Appalachian Mountain Club

The 4000 Footers Of The White Mountains

Author: Steven D. Smith
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ISBN: 9781931271011
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The first comprehensive guide and history to New Hampshire 48 peaks with an elevation of 4000 feet or greater. Geared toward both the "peakbagging" hiker and the casual explorers of the higher summits of New England's most famous mountain rnge, the guide include detailed trail descriptions, historical timelines for each mountain, thorough geographical descriptions, and useful hints on winter climbing the 4000-Footers.

Snowshoe Routes New England

Author: Diane Bair
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9781594851452
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* 75 snowshoe routes in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine * Trails within driving distance of urban areas throughout New England, including Boston, Hartford, Providence, Burlington, Concord, and Portland * A handy trip-planning chart compares snowshoe routes by trail data and scenic highlights From the White Mountains in New Hampshire and Acadia National Park in Maine to the Berkshires in Massachusetts, the Northeast Kingdom in Vermont, and everything in-between, this new snowshoe guide offers snowshoe routes for people of all ages and abilities, from beginner to backcountry expert. Trips lead deep into snow-blanketed woods, past frozen waterfalls and lakes, up challenging peaks, and to scenic views only accessible by snowshoes. For each route, driving directions, level of difficulty, round-trip mileage, hiking time, and elevation gain are all noted. You'll also find helpful information on choosing the right snowshoes, what to wear, suggestions for safe winter driving, safety tips for backcountry snowshoeing, and much more.

50 Of The Best Snowshoe Trails Around Lake Tahoe

Author: Mike White
Editor: University of Nevada Press
ISBN: 1943859809
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Come winter, Lake Tahoe’s trails, mountains, and shores shed their hikers and transform under a white blanket of snow into a serene winter wonderland. From towering snowy vistas, frozen subalpine lakes, lofty summits, and beautiful tree canopies, Lake Tahoe is one of America’s favorite winter playgrounds—with some of the most beautiful and invigorating views in the world. 50 of the Best Snowshoe Trails Around Tahoe offers snowshoers of all levels and experience a wide-range of excursions—from flat and easy to steep and strenuous. It includes a wide range of snowshoe routes such as Mt. Rose, Carson Pass, Emerald Bay, Fallen Leaf Lake, Highway 89, Truckee and Donner Pass. Features include: Fifty distinct routes with directions to trailheads, detailed trip descriptions, and topographic maps Forty-five stunning photographs of popular trails, landscapes, and lake views Easy-to-read headings to provide key information on trail difficulty, distance, elevation, avalanche risk, facilities, managing agencies, highlights, lowlights, and more. A wide-range of outings for snowshoers of all abilities Recommendations on where to grab a hot drink, enjoy a hearty meal, or to snuggle up for a cozy overnight stay Tips on everything from proper clothing and footwear, equipment checklists, pre-hike warm-ups, sanitation, dog-friendly trails, and permit requirements Whether you are an amateur explorer or a winter adventure enthusiast, this comprehensive guidebook has everything you need to explore the winter playgrounds surrounding Lake Tahoe.

The 100 Best Affordable Vacations

Author: Jane Wooldridge
Editor: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426207395
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Even in a weakened economy, research shows interest in travel is still strong and this book provides 100 great ways to satisfy your wanderlust without breaking the bank. Like the other books in this popular series, The 100 Best Affordable Vacations to Enrich Your Life features out of the ordinary opportunities. They will just be less expensive, with some even free! Vacation categories include Classic Americana; Learning Vacations; Wilderness Trips; and Mind, Body, and Soul themed getaways. With this mix, there are lots of creative ideas and appealing destinations for everybody, whatever their interests, schedule, or budget. This book also offers profiles of inspirational travelers, as well as fun, lively sidebars about off-season travel, how to be a traveler and not a tourist, and more.

Amc S Best Day Hikes In The White Mountains

Author: Robert N. Buchsbaum
Editor: Appalachian Mountain Club
ISBN: 9781628420289
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This fully-updated, full-color guide from the publishers of the White Mountain Guide will lead readers to 60 of the most unforgettable day hikes in the breathtaking White Mountain National Forest. Explore the legendary Crawford, Franconia, and Pinkham Notches and take in the views from some of New England s most picturesque and sought-after peaks along the Presidential Range. Each trip includes a detailed map, GPS coordinates to trailheads, and summaries of time, distance, and difficulty level."

Ponds And Lakes Of The White Mountains

Author: Steven D. Smith
Editor: Backcountry Guides
ISBN: 9780881504132
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A year-round guide to 68 of the best hikes, walks, and family outings in New Hampshire.

Snowshoe Hikes In The Cascades And Olympics

Author: Gene Prater
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Appalachia

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The White Mountains

Author: John T. B. Mudge
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This 224 page book identifies more than 200 places in the White Mountains -- streams, mountains, trails & many other locations & traces the history of the region from colonial days to present times. The book also includes reproductions of important photographs of the region. The author is a veteran hiker & long time visitor to the White Mountains who spends as much time as possible up there hiking the mountains that he loves. "And visitors to New Hampshire's mountains can settle arguments by consulting The White Mountains, Names, Places & Legends." Yankee Magazine. "The beauty of the book is that one can opt to read it alphabetically or simply open it anywhere." Northern New Hampshire Magazine. "A little encyclopedia of everything you'd ever want to know about this well-loved mountain range." Summit Magazine.

Play Hard Rest Easy

Author: Malcolm W. Campbell
Editor: Walkabout PressInc
ISBN: 9781931339001
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Do you love the outdoors but not necessarily sleeping outdoors? Who says being outside must mean roughing it? High-energy recreation, stylish lodgings, superb dining and civilized relaxation make the ultimate getaway mix. If you like to play hard during the day -- hiking, biking, paddling, skiing, sightseeing or shopping (yes, there's sport in shopping) -- but rest easy at night -- dining in an elegant restaurant and sleeping in an upscale inn -- you'll find this guide indispensable. Book jacket.

The Waterville Valley Guidebook

Author: Steven D. Smith
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Get ready to fall in love with the exceptional natural beauty of Waterville Valley, New Hampshire! This comprehensive guidebook allows hikers of all levels to explore the well-maintained footpaths of the nation's first trail network, and to learn about the fascinating human and natural history of the area. The book is generously illustrated with color photos, vintage images and reproductions of several historic maps. Inside you'll find:The stories of settlers, visitors, outdoorsmen and women, trail-builder, loggers, and interesting summer residents.Information on Waterville Valley's geology, forests, birds and wildlife.Suggested hikes for all abilities, including snowshoe hikes.Details descriptions for 125 miles of trails, including interesting features, trail history, and views.Two History Hikes written by local historian Preston Conklin.Information on dozens of Points of Interest around the Valley.

A Beginner S Guide To Snowshoeing In The Canadian Rockies

Author: Andrew Nugara
Editor: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 1927330386
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Following the success of his first snowshoeing guide, Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies (RMB, 2011), Andrew Nugara has now written the ultimate guide for those finding themselves on snowshoes for the first time. A Beginner's Guide to Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies describes over 40 great routes for new snowshoers. The trips extend from scenic Waterton in the far south to the breathtaking Columbia Icefield in the north section of Banff National Park. Stunning colour photos, maps and detailed route descriptions are provided for each trip, as well as level of difficulty, objective hazards and additional equipment requirements. Whether you are looking for an easy, introductory day on flat terrain amid beautiful surroundings or something slightly more challenging, you will find it in this new guidebook.

Snowshoe Routes Oregon

Author: Shea Andersen
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9780898868333
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-- Oregon has experienced explosive growth in recreational snowshoeing over the past several years. Learn where to go and whenSnowshoe Routes: Oregon is the state's first complete guide to this increasingly popular sport. Routes range from beginner to bac

Winter Hiking And Camping

Author: Michael Lanza
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9780898869477
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The outdoor world in its frozen state can take you into a new realm of pleasure where you can enjoy silence, solitude, and a landscape that will redefine "white" in your mind. Learn the skills to help you enjoy wintertime safely and comfortably. Part one covers everything you need to know to take day trips hiking, snowshoeing, or easy ski touring. It includes choosing gear, expanded food choices while "hiking in a freezer," navigation challenges in ice and snow, and avoiding cold weather dangers. Part two covers making camp in winter, including keeping dry and warm in a tent or snow shelter, winter cooking techniques, and what to pack in your winter first-aid kit.

Hiking Glacier And Waterton Lakes National Parks

Author: Erik Molvar
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762786124
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This comprehensive guide covers more than 850 miles of trails in one of America's best loved national parks, Glacier, as well as Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada. The new edition is fully updated and revised to include color photos and GPS coordinates of all trailheads and backcountry campgrounds.

The Yankee Guide To The New England Countryside

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Snowshoeing In The Canadian Rockies

Author: Andrew Nugara
Editor: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 1926855760
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The Canadian Rockies in winter are nothing short of spectacular, and snowshoes provide an easy, fun and exciting way to see some of the best winter scenery Canada has to offer. Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies describes 61 great routes for snowshoers of all levels—from beginners who have never snowshoed, to experienced backcountry travellers who are looking for new challenges. The trips extend from scenic Waterton in the far south to the breathtaking Columbia Icefield in the north section of Banff National Park. Photos, maps and detailed route descriptions are provided for each trip, as well as level of difficulty, objective hazards and additional equipment requirements. Whether you are looking for an easy day on flat terrain amid beautiful surroundings or far-reaching and magnificent views from the summit of a picturesque mountain, you will find it in this spectacular new guidebook.