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Best Easy Day Hikes Mount Rainier National Park, 3rd (Best Easy Day Hikes)by Heidi Schneider
Synopses & Reviews
Best Easy Day Hikes Mount Rainier National Park includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for thirty easy-to-follow trails, from easy low elevation loops to slightly more difficult scenic routes through Mount Rainier. Get a close-up panoramic view of Nisqually Glacier on the popular Skyline Trail; enjoy Emmons Glacier, the largest glacier in the contiguous United States or power through the hilly Rampart Ridge for unobstructed views of Mount Rainier.
Look inside for:
• Casual hikes to full-day adventures
• After-dinner strolls to full-day hikes
• Hikes for everyone, including families
• Mile-by-mile directions and clear trail maps
• GPS coordinates
Hikes varying from half-hour strolls to full-day adventures, this guidebook is for everyone, including families.
For more than a decade, Best Easy Day Hikes has been one of FalconGuides most popular series. Small enough to fit in a back pocket, each guide describes approximately 20 to 30 easy-to-follow scenic trails in and around national parks, cities and urban areas, and popular outdoor destinations across America. From Anchorage to Atlanta, the North Cascades to Northeast New Jersey, these guides take hikers and nature lovers to the best - and easiest - trails, whether in their own backyards or in and around their favorite vacation destinations. Happy Trails!
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About the Author
Heidi Schneider and Mary Skjelset are the youngest author team to compelte a FalconGuide. Heidi's childhood was spent exploring the wilderness in and around Montana. Mary Skjelset, also from Montana, appreciates the wild side of life. After graduating college and working with an environmental organization in the Czech Republic, she settled in Oregon and obtained her law degree at Lewis and Clark college.
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