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100 Classic Hikes Colorado
 • Scott S Warren  → Mountaineers Books 2008
The most popular guidebook to Colorado is now the most up-to-date guidebook to the state. Updated to current conditions, this spectacular third edition features 10 new hikes, including Bear Peak, Lake Isabelle, Mount Falcon, Devil's Head, Red Rock Canyon, North Cheyenne Canon, French Pass, Tater Heap Loop, Mosca Pass, and No Name Lake. Beautiful color photographs accompany this collection of the absolute best hikes Colorado has to offer. With this guide's bounty of useful new informational features, hikers will be well equipped to choose a trip that suits their needs.

*Best reviewed hiking guidebook to Colorado
*Includes 10 new hikes
*Updated trail guide and contact information
*Now includes topographic maps, elevation profiles, and a trails-at-a-glance chart

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100 Classic Hikes in Arizona - 2007
 • Scott S Warren  → Mountaineers Books 2007
The best reviewed full-color guide to Arizona hikes has now been updated and expanded with the most spectacular canyon, desert, and "sky island" trips in this dramatic state.100 hikes, 10 new to this edition, with color photos and maps. Now includes detailed topographic maps, elevation trail profiles, and a trails-at-a-glance chart indicating distance, level of difficulty, and seasonal considerations. Includes a mix of trails from easy day trips, to never-dull loop hikes, to more remote long-distance treks. No hiking guide captures the beautifully complex and varied landscape of Arizona like Scott Warren's. Thoroughly updated and expanded with useful topographic maps and elevation trail profiles, this third edition of 100 Classic Hikes in Arizona offers a wide range of the state's most scenic hiking trails. You can stand in a mile deep canyon one day, hike through a saguaro cactus forest the next, and stand on a nearly 10,000 foot "sky island" in the Chiricahua Mountains yet another day. You can hike Lenox Crater, an actual volcano with a nearby lava flow, or lose yourself on Dutchman's Trail, a solitary long distance trek in the fabled Superstition Mountains. This classic guide gives you the best trails for both day hikes and overnight backpacking trips in the state.

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100 Classic Hikes in North Carolina: Coastal Carolina/ Piedmont/ Blue Ridge Park
 • Joe Miller  → Mountaineers Books 2007
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100 Classic Hikes in Northern California: Sierra Nevada/ Cascade Mountains/ Klam
 • John R Soares  → Mountaineers Books 2008
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100 Classic Hikes in Oregon: Oregon Coast, Columbia Gorge, Cascades, Eastern Ore
 • Douglas Lorain  → Mountaineers Books 2004

Written by the Oregon hiking legend, this is the only full-color guide to the best hikes throughout the state. *Full-color photos, contour maps, and elevation profiles for each hike *One third of the hikes have never before appeared in a guidebook *Many of the routes described are loop hikes
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100 Classic Hikes in Washington: North Cascades, Olympics, Mount Rainer & South
 • Ira Spring  → Mountaineers Books 2006
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100 Classic Hikes Southern California
 • Allen Riedel  → Mountaineers Books 2008

100 can't-miss hikes in Southern California! If you think Disneyland and Hollywood reign supreme in Southern California, think again! This region is a paradise for hikers, offering diverse landscapes: mountains, forests, deserts, and coastlines with many trails to explore. This new guide covers Death Valley, Pinnacles Monument, Kings Canyon, Sequoia, the southern Sierras, Tronna Pinnacles, Mojave National Preserve, the Santa Lucia Mountains, the Central Coast, the San Rafael, Santa Ynez, and the Sierra Madra Mountains, Channel Islands, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Angeles, San Bernardino, and Cleveland National Forests, Anza Borrego State Park, and Joshua Tree. As a bonus, 100 Classic Hikes in Southern California also includes a few areas north of the 37th parallel
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100 Hikes in Arizona - 1994
 • Scott S Warren → The Mountaineers 1994
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100 Hikes in Arizona - 2000
 • Scott S Warren → The Mountaineers 2000
The best reviewed full-color guide to Arizona hikes has now been updated and expanded with the most spectacular canyon, desert, and "sky island" trips in this dramatic state.100 hikes, 10 new to this edition, with color photos and maps. Now includes detailed topographic maps, elevation trail profiles, and a trails-at-a-glance chart indicating distance, level of difficulty, and seasonal considerations. Includes a mix of trails from easy day trips, to never-dull loop hikes, to more remote long-distance treks. No hiking guide captures the beautifully complex and varied landscape of Arizona like Scott Warren's. Thoroughly updated and expanded with useful topographic maps and elevation trail profiles, this third edition of 100 Classic Hikes in Arizona offers a wide range of the state's most scenic hiking trails. You can stand in a mile deep canyon one day, hike through a saguaro cactus forest the next, and stand on a nearly 10,000 foot "sky island" in the Chiricahua Mountains yet another day. You can hike Lenox Crater, an actual volcano with a nearby lava flow, or lose yourself on Dutchman's Trail, a solitary long distance trek in the fabled Superstition Mountains. This classic guide gives you the best trails for both day hikes and overnight backpacking trips in the state.
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100 Hikes in California's Central Sierra & Coast Range
 • Vicky Spring  → Mountaineers Books 2004

From hot springs hikes to journeys among the mighty Sequoias, there's something here for everyone! Routes range from short day hikes to overnight backpacking trips, with difficulty levels (moderate to challenging) clearly labeled. * Every trail has been updated in this new edition * All maps are completely revised * Now includes elevation profiles * New "hike finder" chart for easy trip planning * New hikes added in Henry Coe State Park and Los Padres National Forest, among other areas Locations include: Yosemite National Park Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Pinnacles National Monument John Muir Wilderness Ansel Adams Wilderness Hoover Wilderness Ventana Wilderness Emigrant Wilderness Mokelumne Wilderness and more!

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