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Easy Hikes Close to Home: Houston
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Easy Hikes Close to Home: Houston
Laurie Roddy


Day hiking in Houston and the surrounding areas has never been better. New trails have been established and old trails have been rediscovered. Carefully researched on foot, hiking enthusiast Laurie Roddie introduces area residents and visitors to an array of the best easy day hikes.

Filled with detailed descriptions of firsthand trail notes, Easy Hikes Close to Home: Houston helps novice hikers discover their choices with concise at-a-glance information highlighting details such as location, access, directions, distances, and scenery.

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Easy Hikes Close to Home: New York City
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Easy Hikes Close to Home: New York City
Christopher and Catherine Brooks


    Day hiking in the New York City metro area has never been better. New trails have been established and old trails have been rediscovered. Carefully researched on foot, hiking enthusiasts Christopher and Catherine Brooks introduce area residents and visitors to an array of the best easy day hikes. Filled with detailed descriptions of firsthand trail notes, Easy Hikes Close to Home: New York City helps novice hikers discover their choices with concise at-a-glance information highlighting details such as location, access, directions, distances, and scenery.

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Explore Asheville Outdoors
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Explore Asheville Outdoors
John Verhovshek


With 20 walks and hikes, Explore Asheville Outdoors is your introduction to Asheville’s best scenic walks and hikes.

Asheville is famous as an outdoors destination, and whether you’re a resident or visiting from out of town, to really experience everything the city has to offer, you need to get outside. The 20 walks and hikes in Explore Asheville Outdoors feature a wide variety of activities, including walks in botanical gardens and arboretums, trails in the Blue Ridge mountains, and even sites that offer pursuits that require a bit more adrenaline, such as tubing, rafting, and zip-lining. Written by John Verhovshek, an area resident and a lifelong cycling and hiking enthusiast, this is your guide to enjoying Asheville in the best possible way—outdoors!

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Explore Austin Outdoors
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Explore Austin Outdoors
Charlie Llewellin


With 20 walks and hikes, Explore Austin Outdoors is your guide to enjoying Austin in the best possible way—outdoors!

Situated in the foothills of the Texas Hill Country, Austin is an outdoor recreation playground thanks to its many lakes, rivers, and trails. Explore Austin Outdoors is your passport to enjoying everything Austin has to offer, from bucolic urban walks in city parks and sculpture gardens to hikes in the area’s hills to full-fledged adventures on mountain bikes, zip-lines, or paddle boards. Written by outdoors writer Charlie Llewellin, this guide has something for everyone, whether you want a relaxing walk in the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center or you want to learn to surf at Austin’s one-of-a-kind Wave Park.

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Explore Tucson Outdoors
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Explore Tucson Outdoors
Karen Krebbs


With more than 20 walks and hikes, Explore Tucson Outdoors is your guide to experiencing Tucson the best possible way—outdoors.

With more than 20 walks and hikes, Explore Tucson Outdoors is your introduction to Tucson’s best scenic walks and hikes. Written by naturalist Karen Krebbs, this quick guide features everything from relaxing strolls amid gardens, museums, and city parks to scenic hikes in both portions of the nearby Saguaro National Park, as well as the Santa Catalina Mountains and Tucson Mountain Park. Evenly split between walks in the city and hikes in Tucson’s wild backyard, it has something for everyone. So get outside, take a walk, and see enjoy the best that Tucson has to offer.

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Guide to the Chattooga River, 2nd edition
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Guide to the Chattooga River, 2nd edition
Butch Clay


A Comprehensive Guide to the River and Its Natural and Human History

In 1974 the Chattooga River became the first river East of the Mississippi to be included in the National Wild and Scenic River System. It was included because it was a clean, free-flowing mountain stream located in a relatively undeveloped mountain environment. Forming part of the Georgia-South Carolina Border, the Chattooga is the only free-flowing portion of the Savannah River System. This book gives a comprehensive overview of the river including the topography, physiography and geology, weather and climate, human history, plant life, wildlife, and recreation opportunities.


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Hikers' and Backpackers' Guide to Treating Medical Emergencies
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Hikers' and Backpackers' Guide to Treating Medical Emergencies
Patrick Brighton, M.D.,illustrations Tammy Knight


    Covering everything from head trauma to poison ivy, Emergency Medical Procedures for Hikers and Backpackers presents information that will enable trekkers to recognize and treat whatever illness or injury they may encounter on the trail. Whether day hiking or backpacking, the guide is an essential tool for the trail.

    Whether you are wondering how to prevent infection or cure a stomach illness, this book details every possible accident on the trail and then some. It fits easily into your pack, for those long treks out into the wilderness. So grab this guide and your first aid kit and hit the trails.


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Introduction to Paddling, 1st ed
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Introduction to Paddling, 1st ed
American Canoe Association


Written by the American Canoe Association and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Introduction to Paddling is an easy-to-understand guide to flatwater and river paddling. Based on an earlier work by the Ohio DNR, Flat-water Paddler, this amply illustrated book tells beginning paddlers everything they need to know, from appropriate clothing to the parts of the boat, from correct strokes to proper safety concerns. Good for instructors and those who like to teach themselves, this book is an important resource for those who like to paddle or want to start.

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On the Appalachian Trail: A Postcard Book
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On the Appalachian Trail: A Postcard Book
Friends of the Appalachian Trail


    There are many people who donate time, energy, and personal resources in support of the upkeep and protection of the Appalachian Trail. The images for this book were donated by volunteers and friends who seek to promote awareness and good stewardship of the trail. There are 30-full color picture postcards showcasing one of the most-visited regions in the United States.

    Few areas of American wilderness are more impressive than the Appalachian Trail, with its extraordinary scenery stretching nearly 2,200 miles and covering 250,000 acres from Maine to Georgia. Maintenance of the trail depends in part on more than 6,000 volunteers. These volunteers donated the gorgeous images for this book and seek to promote awareness and good stewardship of the trail. The postcards are detachable for use, or can be retained in the book as a keepsake of the Appalachian Trail and a reminder of the majesty of America’s unspoiled areas.



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Paddlers' Guide for Treating Medical Emergencies
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Paddlers' Guide for Treating Medical Emergencies
Patrick Brighton, M.D.,illustrations Tammy Knight


    From drowning to ear infections, the author covers everything a paddler needs to know to stay alive and well on the water. Paddlers' Guide for Treating Medical Emergencies is an indispensable resource whether out for a Class-I float or a whitewater journey. The information was painstakingly collected to bring you the most up to date remedies and suggestions. Any and every paddling accident scenario was hashed out and reviewed to be included, so in any emergency the paddler would be well prepared with this guide.

     The guide is lightweight and packs easily. The information provided guides you through some of the most common injuries to the most bizarre acquired while paddling. Whether you are headed out with the family for a short trip or participating in an event  Paddlers' Guide for Treating Medical Emergencies is the perfect guide.

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