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Weekend Rock Oregon [Ron Horton]
This guide is for Oregon climbers with busy lives who want to make the most of their time on the rock. Most approaches are short, drive time from urban centers is noted, and estimated climbing times range from a few minutes to a full day for these routes
The Mont Blanc Range: Classic Snow, Ice and Mixed Climbs [Jean Louis Laroche]
A guidebook aimed at alpinists seeking lower grade snow, ice and mixed climbs (F to AD+, with climbs of D) and reflecting all recent changed topographical conditions due to the steady glacial and snowfield retreat created by climate change.
Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain: 3rd Edition [Bruce Tremper]
This fully revised and updated third edition of Bruce's best-selling book is organized according to the structure of American Avalanche Association classes, and all topics have been updated and reviewed by peer experts.
Mountaineers Books Snowshoe Routes Northern California by Marc Soares
Snowshoeing is fun, easy, low-impact, and a great way to get in shape or stay in shape. It's also a perfect way to keep hiking throughout the winter months. Snowshoe Routes by Marc J. Soares is your guide to find fun snowshoe routes in Nor- Cal.
Mountain Bike Tahoe 50 Select Singletrack Routes - Jeremy Benson
Northern California is known as the birthplace of mountain biking, and Tahoe is its most famous destination. The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT) circumnavigates the sparkling blue lake along the spine of the Sierra and Carson Ranges, and serves as the back
Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Southern California: Section Hiking from Campo to Tuolumne Meadows [Shawnte Salabert]
This guidebook serves as a road map to section hiking the Southern California portion of the PCT, beginning at its southern terminus in Campo and ending 942.5 miles north at Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park.
Desert Sense: Camping, Hiking & Biking in Hot, Dry Climates [Bruce Grubbs]
As usual, The Mountaineers do a fine job in producing a guide to desert backpacking. This book is a friend indeed; Grubbs writes with a deft and knowing hand, based on more than 30 years of backcountry living.