7 edition of Hiking Alaska, 2nd found in the catalog.
August 1, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
Hiking Alaska: A Falcon Guide, 2nd edition By Dean Littlepage (Falcon Publishing, Inc.) This is my favorite as it is the most inclusive. It finally got an update in For the shear number of hikes, including their associated elevation grids, it can't be beat. There is a chart in front that is very handy for helping you to narrow your choices. Denali National Park Alaska Guide to Hiking, Photography, and Camping, 4th Edition. This Denali Guidebook is based on over 30 years of experience hiking and photographing in Denali. My book has: 50 Denali hikes, 42 can become backpack trips; 15 Denali backpack trips; 3 backpacks in Denali State Park; Denali photography locations and tips;.
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A hiking guide to one of Alaska's most stunning outdoor getaways. Alaska is vast, wild, and stunningly beautiful―and notoriously difficult to get around.
The Kenai Peninsula, with its proximity to Anchorage, is the gateway to the great outdoors of Alaska for vast numbers of visitors and locals alike/5(12). Hiking Alaska, 2nd: A Guide to Alaska's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides Series) $ Only 1 left in Hiking Alaska - order soon/5(23).
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Alaska-the Midnight Sun in the Arctic, rain forest along the twisting coastline of the Southeast, the towering peaks and glaciers along the Gulf of Alaska, alpine ridges rolling like ocean waves across the Interior-it’s all waiting for hikers to explore.
Hiking Alaska is a comprehensive guide to the entire state, featuring hikes with more than optional destinations and. Read Now ?book=[PDF] Hiking Alaska 2nd: A Guide to Alaska's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides. Buy Hiking Alaska: A Guide to Alaska's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides Series) 2nd Revised edition by Littlepage, Dean (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(15). expanded 2nd edition, thoroughly revised and updated on the trail a wide range of hikes, from day trips to From the rain forests and glaciers of Southeast Alaska to the rugged mountains and tundra of the state's vast interior, this practical guide by Alaska specialist Jim DuFresne makes Alaska's pristine wilderness accessible to the novice and experienced hiker alike.4/5.
Hiking Alaska, 2nd: A Guide to Alaska's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides Series)/5. a % indispensible handbook when visiting Alaska., Ma Reviewer: A reader This is probaly the best hiking book of any such types. truly informative.
The pages seem to be made of a light density papyprus product making it ideal for backpacking. The Author has truly captured the essense of hiking out in the Alaska : Dean Littlepage.
Solo Hiking Alaska: Fear Walked With Me. cloudless day. I wanted blue skies instead of soggy ground. I wanted the picture-book Alaska I expected to find the first time.
All in all, Lake Clark is a classic hiking destination with everything you could want and no competition for : Jonathan Dorn. This mile route, which entails hiking three different trails, takes you up the mountain and lets you to explore a glacial valley along the way.
Mount Marathon Trail Many people know of the grueling Mount Marathon racecourse in Seward, some miles south of Anchorage. EXPERIENCED: SinceTrek Alaska has guided backpacking adventures in the Alaska wilderness for hundreds of happy hikers. KNOWLEDGABLE: We didn't get our routes by imitating others or out of a book - we wrote the book.
Founder Greg Fensterman is the author of Hiking Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park by Falcon Guides and he trains all Trek Alaska guides.
Big Sales Hiking Alaska, 2nd: A Guide to Alaska s Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides. Hiking in Denali National Park.
The National Park Service's green shuttle buses make exploring the park easy and liberating: You hop off when you want, and then hop back on when another bus comes back through. There aren't many maintained trails in Denali, so hiking here is pretty free-form.
Fully updated and revised, this guide is the perfect introduction to hiking the great state of Alaska, with millions of acres of wilderness waiting to be explored. It features one hundred hikes in Alaska's national parks, wildlife refuges, national forests, wilderness areas, and state : Falcon Guides.
Hiking Alaska. 2, likes 22 talking about this. All things hiking with award-winning Alaska guidebook author Lisa Maloney: "Day Hiking Southcentral Alaska," "Moon Alaska," & "50 Hikes Around Followers: K. Explore a state park trail system with the interactive Alaska Mapper - State Parks and Trails.
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Raven Glacier (the Best Part of the Crow Pass Trail).These 20 Trails In Alaska Will Lead You To Unforgettable Places. Hiking in the 49th state is what dreams are made of.
The mysterious lakes that pop up out of nowhere, high elevations that provide sweeping vistas, lush rainforest with light breezes and cool shade, gleaming glaciers that sparkle in the distance and miles upon miles of “pinch me because I can’t believe this is real” moments.Alaska is vast, wild, and stunningly beautiful—and notoriously difficult to get around.
The Kenai Peninsula, with its proximity to Anchorage, is the gateway to the great outdoors of Alaska for vast numbers of visitors and locals alike. The Kenai offers coastal, forest, subalpine, tundra, and even glacial hiking opportunities accessible to most.