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Day Hiking: Mount Rainier National Park Trails

Day Hiking: Mount Rainier National Park Trails

ISBN: 9781594850608
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
Publication Date: 2008-03-11
Number of pages: 224
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* 70 national park trails, each rated on an overall-quality scale of 1 to 5
* Hikes-at-a-Glance chart, topographic maps, GPS waypoints, and elevation profiles
* Crystal-clear directions with drive-times from major cities and junctions
* 1% of sales donated to the Washington Trails Association for trail maintenance

The tallest mountain in the Cascade Range has long beckoned hikers to its many trails. Compact, portable, and beautifully packaged, Day Hiking Mount Rainier provides the most thorough coverage of Mount Rainier National Park to date, including the park's four main entrances-Nisqually, Carbon River, White River/Sunrise, and Stevens Canyon/Ohanapecosh -- as well as Cayuse Pass and Highway 123, the Grove of the Patriarchs, Camp Muir, parts of the Wonderland Trail, Longmire, and Paradise. Nearby camping options are included, plus info on how to extend your hike, a full-color photo insert and overview map, quick-reference icons for kids, dogs, views, and much more.



**Mountaineers Books designates 1 percent of the sales of select guidebooks in our Day Hiking series toward volunteer trail maintenance. Since launching this program, we’ve contributed more than $14,000 toward improving trails.

For this book, our 1 percent of sales is going to Washington Trails Association (WTA). WTA hosts more than 750 work parties throughout Washington’s Cascades and Olympics each year, with volunteers clearing downed logs after spring snowmelt, cutting away brush, retreading worn stretches of trail, and building bridges and turnpikes. Their efforts are essential to the land managers who maintain thousands of acres on shoestring budgets.

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