Door County Outdoors

Author: Magill Weber
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pres
ISBN: 0299285537
Size: 54.17 MB
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A picturesque peninsula with 298 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, state parks, forests, and cozy inns, Door County is one of the Midwest’s prime tourist attractions. Magill Weber explores the many recreational opportunities available to visitors, including secret spots known only to locals and longtime seasonal residents. Wisconsin native Janet Mrazek contributes 125 detailed and easy-to-follow maps. With suggestions of more than 150 scenic hikes, biking and paddling routes, end-of-the-road beaches, lighthouses, and wildlife-watching sites, and descriptions of the local flora and fauna, Door County Outdoors is the ultimate guide for active travelers and nature enthusiasts.

Exploring Door County

Author: Craig Charles
Publisher: Avery Color Studios
ISBN: 9781892384171
Size: 78.34 MB
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Author Craig Charles is a fourth-generation "explorer" of Door County. He

Discover Acadia National Park

Author: Jerry Monkman
Publisher: Appalachian Mountain Club
ISBN: 9781934028292
Size: 29.90 MB
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Discover Acadia National Park, 3rd Edition is a concise travel recreation guide that provides easy-to-use information about the best hiking, biking, and paddling trips in Acadia National Park.

Michigan S West Coast

Author: Brian Hutchins
Publisher: Abri-LLC
ISBN: 0976075490
Size: 65.27 MB
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A journey to 500 public parks and points of access along the Lake Michigan shore, this guide is a must for the beach lover, hiker, kayaker, boater, fisher, skier or camper looking to explore this shore. Arranged geographically from the Indiana border to the Straits of Mackinac, each site is pinpointed with maps; most sites have GPS descriptions. Charts tell the important features at each place. Quickly find lighthouses, dunes or a beach of solitude!

Wisconsin S Outdoor Treasures

Author: Tim Bewer
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781931599290
Size: 70.51 MB
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From the Mississippi River bluffs and backwaters to the forests of the great Northwoods, there is a world of natural beauty, often hidden and frequently undiscovered. Author Tim Bewer has traveled the state in search of the best of these outdoor treasures. This guidebook describes more than 150 of Wisconsin's best outdoor treasures places to hike, canoe and kayak, bicycle, view wildlife, take a scenic drive, cross-country ski or snowshoe, or just enjoy the solitude of rushing waterfalls, clear lakes, scenic bluffs, and deep forests.

Paddling Cape Cod

Author: Shirley Bull
Publisher: Countryman Press
ISBN: 9780881504415
Size: 69.97 MB
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The region's first paddling guide explores the rivers, marshes, ponds and shoreline of Cape Cod.

Paddling Long Island And New York City

Author: Kevin Stiegelmaier
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
ISBN: 089732532X
Size: 27.11 MB
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Paddling Long Island is the only book on the market to depict routes and destinations across the whole of Long Island and the New York City area. And it showcases 50 of the very best. It is a diverse selection, too. After all, according to skill level, weather, personal mood, and other factors, a paddler may want open, fast water one day, but a quiet, protected experience at another time, and something in-between later on. It's all here, from New York City to the far eastern tip of Long Island's Montauk Point. What's more, the book's guidance and language are geared to wide-ranging skill levels: the novice will be enlightened and encouraged, and the seasoned kayaker or canoeist will be engaged and engrossed. That is because the author's intimate, lifelong knowledge of the area's waterways shines in his descriptions of natural and social histories, humorous stories, personal anecdotes, and beautiful black-and-white photographs. For example, among the 50 entries, the author tells of Cold Spring Harbor, nestled between Oyster Bay and Huntington, and steeped in maritime history. He gives some back story on Little Neck Bay, home to littleneck clams but also where he says you will likely see a fin flip or a tail splash as the striped bass catch their prey. And he will take you to Setauket Harbor and tell you why it's his personal paddling favorite. But not all waxes euphoric, as there are practical considerations when striking out on water, and this guidebook is a good friend to have along. It describes the best times to paddle the 50 harbor, inlet, bay, and river routes; alerts readers to each paddle's difficulty level and estimated length; and suggests side trips, optional trip extensions, and alternate routes to paddle depending on weather conditions. Easy-to-follow maps, complete with GPS coordinates and driving directions, add to this book's high value. In addition, the author provides contact information on local paddling clubs, outfitters, and Internet links. And a final extensive section on personal safety, boat and equipment preparedness, and related topics makes this book an invaluable tool.

Point Reyes Complete Guide

Author: Jessica Lage
Publisher: Wilderness Press
ISBN: 0899975445
Size: 19.66 MB
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Only 30 miles from San Francisco, Point Reyes National Seashore attracts admirers year-round to its forests, wetlands, and beaches. Visitors come to this tranquil place to hike, camp, backpack, bike, kayak, horseback ride, picnic, fish, and nature-watch. This invaluable resource gives detailed information on the trails, roads, camps, and and beaches within the Seashore, plus surrounding parks and preserves. Point Reyes: The Complete Guide to the National Seashore & Surrounding Area has much more than coverage of all the popular recreational activities and hiking trails.

Washington S Pacific Coast

Author: Greg Johnston
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 159485940X
Size: 47.84 MB
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• Best hiking trails, campsites, fishing spots, paddle routes, beachcombing, and more • Trip and activity options include related natural history information • Includes Olympic National Park's spectacular 70-mile-long wilderness beach strip A wild ocean snuggled up to a wild land in the furthest corner of our Lower 48 states—the Washington coast is a unique adventure destination and this new guidebook covers all 157 miles of it. Whether you’re out for a single day of salt air and sand castles, or a week long backpack with surf lulling you to sleep at night, you’ll discover your best options with Washington’s Pacific Coast. Author Greg Johnston has had a long and intimate relationship with this coast, and his voice is distinctive, passionate, often opinionated, and clearly knowledgeable. His authoritative guide provides detailed, fun, and family-friendly activities, as well as expansive information, history, and geology. (If Captain Cook passed by where you are, this guide will tell you—and make the trip feel all the more satisfying.) In addition to numerous hiking options—including some never-before-published trails—Greg covers every state park along the coast, other public parks, campgrounds, fishing and clamming spots, paddling options, and the best beachcombing destinations. In addition to describing the abundant outdoor recreation opportunities, Johnston also delves into the rich cultural and natural history of the coast, as well as practical details such as tsunami preparedness, Leave No Trace practices, weather and ocean beach precautions, and more.