Backpacking Washington: Overnight and Multi-Day Routes by Craig Romano

By Craig Romano

Publish yr note: First released June 1st 2011
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Veteran guidebook writer Craig Romano hits the path again——this time to discover striking backpacking possibilities far and wide Washington’s desolate tract. Backpacking Washington information 70 routes, from the luxurious Hoh River Glacier Meadows to the open ridges of the Columbia Highlands and past. With an emphasis on weekend journeys, routes diversity from in a single day to weeklong treks and infrequently contain innovations for extending journeys or determining camp spots.

Features:
• specified direction descriptions and path maps
• mileage logs with campgrounds, water, and different path elements
• icons for selecting relations- and dog-friendly trips
• steered within reach day hikes
• information at the state’s 3 long-distance trails: Pacific Crest path, Pacific Northwest path, and Wonderland Trail

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