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From sun-baked steppes to surf-pounded coastlines, from alpine glaciers to hushed, cathedralesque forests, Washington offers magnificent hiking opportunities. Discover them with Hiking Washington and unlock the door to a lifetime of rewarding wilderness outings.
This guide features 50 hikes to the Evergreen State's finest trails with more than 40 detailed honorable mentions and more than 850 miles of trails. Completely reorganized, designed, and researched, this new edition will feature all of the same hikes in the first edition with updated trail descriptions, directions, maps, and design.
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Lace up your boots and sample forty-eight of the finest hiking trails the state of Washington has to offer. Experience the beauty of the Olympic Peninsula and Coast, enjoy the spectacular views along the Cascade Range, view the devastation at Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, and revel in the tranquility of the Kettle River Range and the Selkirk Mountains. Trails throughout the state offer hikers some of the most magnificent mountain vistas in the United States as well as breathtaking glaciers, temperate rain forests, stunning waterfalls, alpine meadows, and lonely wilderness beaches. Use this guide as an introduction to the best of Washington's hiking trails.
Inside you'll find: up-to-date trail information; difficulty, traffic, and hill ratings; detailed maps and elevation profiles; zero-impact camping and hiking tips.
Whether you are a day-tripper or long-distance hiker, old hand or novice, you'll find trails suited to every ability and interest throughout the vast wilderness of Washington.
Ron Adkison has been exploring wildlands and studying the natural environment of the West for many years. He has walked each hike in this guide to provide precise, firsthand information about not only the trails but features and processes of ecological interest as well. The author of numerous other FalconGuides, he now lives in Montana.
David Wortman writes about travel, the outdoors, and the environment from his home in Seattle. An avid hiker, Dave has written for a variety of publications including Sierra Magazine and High Country News.
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