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100 Hikes/Travel Guide : Eastern Oregon

Sullivan, William L.

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ISBN 10: 0967783011 / ISBN 13: 9780967783017
Published by Navillus Press, 2001
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Title: 100 Hikes/Travel Guide : Eastern Oregon

Publisher: Navillus Press

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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Welcome to the wide, wild world of Eastern Oregon! Come explore the alpine lakes of the craggy Wallowa Mountains, the gold mining ghost towns of the Blue Mountains, and the bubbling hot springs of Steens Mountain's high desert.

This comprehensive guide has everything you need to plan a day hike, a weekend tour, or a weeks-long vacation between Bend and Hells Canyon, with tips on where to stay and what to see along the way.

About the Author:

William L. Sullivan is the author of nine books about Oregon and writes an "Oregon Trails" column for Eugene's "Register-Guard". A fifth-generation Oregonian, Sullivan began hiking at tghe age of 5 and has been exploring new trails ever since. After receiving an English degree from Cornell University and studying at Germany's Heidelber University, he earned an M.A. from the University of Oregon.

In 1985 Sullivan set out to investigate Oregon's wilderness on a 1361-mile solo backpacking trek from the state's westernmost shore at Cape Blanco to Oregon's easternmost point in Hells Canyon. His journal of that two-month adventure, published as "Listening for Coyote," was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award in creative nonfiction. Since then he has authored "Hiking Oregon's History," "A Deeper Wild," and a series of 100 Hikes guidebooks.

He and his wife Janell live in Eugene, but spend summers in a log cabin they build by hand on a roadless portion of Oregon's remote Siletz River.

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