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  1. Pennsylvania Hiking Trails: Keystone Trails Association
  2. Footpath My Ass!: And Other Keen Observations Made by a Middle-aged Woman Hiking the Appalachian Trail by Theresa Croteau, 2009-10-02
  3. North Carolina Waterfalls: A Hiking and Photography Guide by Kevin Adams, 2005-09-15
  4. Hiking the Carolina Mountains by Danny Bernstein, 2007-03-13
  5. Hiking Texas: A Guide to 85 of the State's Greatest Hiking Adventures 2nd edition by Laurence Parent, 2009
  6. Afoot and Afield: Denver/Boulder and Colorado's Front Range: A Comprehensive Hiking Guide by Alan Apt, 2008-02-28
  7. Hiking Trails of the Smokies by Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association Staff, 1994
  8. Hiking Nevada, 2nd: A Guide to Nevada's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Series) by Bruce Grubbs, 2006-07-01
  9. Afoot and Afield: San Francisco Bay Area: A Comprehensive Hiking Guide by David Weintraub, 2004-09-29
  10. Frommer's Best Hiking Trips in Hawaii by Pamela Wright, David Thompson, et all 2009-09-08
  11. Hiking the Southwest's Canyon Country by Sandra Hinchman, 2004-09-01
  12. Hiking New Mexico's Aldo Leopold Wilderness by Bill Cunningham, Polly Cunningham, 2002-06-01
  13. Boys, Bears, and a Serious Pair of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald, 2010-04-13
  14. Hiking Massachusetts by Benjamin B. Ames, 2002-08-01

61. Sierra Nevada Information - High Sierra Resource
Articles, links and discussion board, all focused on hiking, camping and other outdoor activities in the Sierra Nevada.

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Lawmakers urge more Sierra logging:
Citing the recent California wildfires, Republicans and a few Democrats representing the state in Congress warned this week that the Sierra Nevada is dangerously overgrown and urged ``common sense'' revisions to a management plan for the forest.
November 29, 2003 Study: Trash-eating bears at risk of death: The habitat of Lake Tahoe bears is not defined by their once-expansive range high in the snowy Sierra Nevada mountains or surrounding pine forests. Here, the black bear's domain can be measured in city blocks.
November 28, 2003

62. Texas Hiking
Texas hiking is your guide to the many opportunities to experience the wonder ofthe state of Texas as it was meant to be, on horseback excluded of course.
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Texas Hiking is your guide to the many opportunities to experience the wonder of the state of Texas as it was meant to be, on horseback excluded of course. We're building up a database of hiking trails all over Texas and will highlight them with descriptions and photos as fast as we can. You can contribute and help encourage others to get outside and experience Texas firsthand. Currently Texas Hiking features writeups, maps, photos and official information on 404 hike areas that cover 1774 miles throughout Texas. Featured Hikes
Old Hancock Trail

You'll see a lot more deer than people on the north shore of Canyon Lake along the Old Hancock Trail The Canyonlands
The Canyonlands
, Lakeway's newest park provides a fair amount of solitude and challenge in a small package. Mount Bonnell
Mount Bonnell
, lots of people, some trails and several great views of Austin.
Lake Copper Breaks as seen along the trails of Copper Breaks State Park Photo courtesy of David Satterfield Latest Recorded Hikes Nice walk to scenic view point by sa68ag on ( Big Bend - Santa Elena Canyon
by pmack on ( Balcones Canyonlands NWR - Warbler Vista
Nice day hike, solitude is marginal

63. CHAOS - Cal Hiking And Outdoor Society / Home
C A L H I K I N G A N D O U T D O O R S S O C I E T Y. .
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Founded in 1948, CHAOS is a group of UC Berkeley students, staff, Berkeley area residents and assorted other friendly souls who meet regularly to experience the outdoors and have fun. We meet Wednesdays at La Val's/ La Burrita Northside for food, beer and to discuss trip plans. More formal meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month and include events such as slideshows and educational lectures on outdoor-related topics. Check the calendar for details on the next meeting. Members can also sign up for the club email list to receive information on upcoming trips, trip reports, and monthly meetings. CHAOS itself does not organize trips (or screen members, or guarantee the safety of its gear), but serves as a forum for people to meet like-minded souls and find ways to experience the outdoors. document.write("last modified: "+document.lastModified) feedback

64. Day Hikes In Yellowstone National Park
There are numerous trails suitable for day hiking. Begin your hike by stopping at a ranger station or visitor center for information.
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Day Hiking in Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park, encompassing 2.2 million acres, is one of America's premier wilderness areas. Most of the park is backcountry and managed as wilderness. Over 1,100 miles (1770 km) of trails are available for hiking. However, there are dangers inherent in wilderness: unpredictable wildlife, changing weather conditions, remote thermal areas, cold water lakes, turbulent streams, and rugged mountains with loose, "rotten" rock. Visiting wilderness means experiencing the land on its terms. If you choose to explore and enjoy the natural wonders of Yellowstone, there is no guarantee of your safety. Be prepared for any situation. Carefully read all backcountry guidelines and regulations. Spring Hiking in Yellowstone is a great way to both see and enjoy the park. This time period allows the unique opportunity for non-motorized use of certain park roads. Hiking, bicycling, jogging, roller blades, roller skis, and similar means of non-motorized travel are permitted between the West Entrance and Mammoth Hot Springs ONLY from about mid March through the third Thursday in April. The opening day in March is weather dependant.

65. Chattanooga Hiking Club
The Chattanooga hiking Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotesa program of hiking adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and
Chattanooga Hiking Club
P.O. Box 1443 Chattanooga TN 37401 The Chattanooga Hiking Club is a nonprofit member-supported
organization that promotes a program of hiking adventures to
outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds
and of all skill levels. This organization is concerned with
the environment and believes in conservation.
  • TRIP REPORTS (* contains pictures)
  • NEW! Slickrock Creek Dayhike -May 15
  • NEW! Savage Gulf Dayhike -May 15
  • Mt LeConte Dayhike -Apr 24
  • Lookout Mountain Dayhike -Apr 10
  • Rocktown Trail Dayhike -Mar 31 ...
  • Little Frog Bushwhack - Feb 7 98*
  • Oconaluftee Backpack(S+) - May 29-31
  • Cumberland Trail Dedication - Jun 5
  • Benton MacKaye Dedication - Jun 5
  • Rocktown Dayhike(E) - Jun 6 ...
  • Smokies Dayhike(M) - Jun 26
  • Calendar of Planned Events (Tentative)
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  • State of the Outings - 2004 ...
  • In Memory of Bill Petty*
  • NEARBY HIKING OPPORTUNITIES ......(in order by proximity to Chattanooga)
  • Prentice Cooper State Forest*
  • Chickamauga Gorge*
  • Little Cedar Mountain*
  • Savage Gulf State Natural Area* J
  • Fiery Gizzard in Grundy Forest SNA* J
  • Rock Creek Gorge* Benton Falls* Coker Creek*
  • Bald River (Falls) Gorge Wilderness* ... Sycamore Creek*
  • Benton MacKaye - Tapoco Section Description*
  • Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest*
  • Activities at South Cumberland SP
  • Southern Appalachians Initiative, Am. Hiking Society
  • 66.
    Welcome to News, Gear and Inspiration for hiking, climbing,skiing, paddling, cycling, running, photography and adventure travel.
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    Story Archive Photography Expeditions How to Buy Gear How To's Where to Go
    Welcome to News, Gear and Inspiration for hiking, climbing, skiing, paddling, cycling, running, photography and adventure travel. Viesturs Summits Everest a Sixth Time
    In an exclusive interview with Ed Viesturs from the South Col, the climber describes his sixth successful ascent of Everest and says he will put off an attempt on Annapurna until 2005 Read Story More Expeditions Wild and Lonely Places
    Dave Schiefelbein brings a cerebral element to adventure photography, a striving to capture on film what Edward Abbey called the beauty of wild and lonely things. Read Story More Photography Colorados Multi-Day Mountain Bike Tours
    Think of it as backpacking with a mountain bike through a variety of Colorado landscapes: these four outstanding multi-day rides will wear you out but leave you begging for more Read Story More Cycling No New Guides on Mount Rainier
    Despite a years-long process that was scheduled to bring a fresh approach for guiding on Mount Rainier, the park administration has announced that the status quo will remain in place. Read Story More News
    Sublime Paddling
    Sea kayaking has been a life-long love affair for photo-journalist Joel Rogers. From Thailand to Istanbul, Alaska to Mexico, Rogers expedition photographs have captured the mystique of paddling through unknown waters to exquisite beaches, long ago abandoned settlements, and remote offshore islands.

    67. Taughannock Falls, Ulysses, NY
    Site features general park information, map of hiking trails, and scenic photos. The park features the Taughannock Waterfall located in Ulysses, NY, the tallest in the Northeast with a 215 foot (66 meters) sheer vertical drop.
    Town of Ulysses
    City of Ithaca

    Hamlet of Jacksonville

    Village of Trumansburg

    Taughannock Falls is located in Ulysses, NY, part of the popular Finger Lakes Region of central New York. The falls is part of Taughannock State Park located between the Village of Trumansburg (part of the Ulysses Township), and the city of Ithaca. The falls cataract has an incredible drop of 215 feet (66 meters), and is one of the highest east of the Rocky Mountains. Taughannock State Park also features hiking and nature trails, tent and trailer sites, cabins, picnic areas, beach swimming, fishing, playground areas, a marina launching site, ice-skating, sledding, cross-country skiing and an annual summer concert series. Other interesting area attractions from ten minutes to an hours drive include: Buttermilk Falls, Robert Treman State Park, Cornell University, Watkins Glen, the Finger Lakes, Corning Glass Museum, Ithaca College and over 50 local wineries. Home Park Photos Information Hiking Trails

    68. Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Snowshoeing, Hiking & Backpacking Trips
    Hole hiking Experience offers guided snowshoeing, hiking backpackingtours in Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
    Grand Teton National Park
    Join us to explore this spectacular landscape!
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    Great Gray Owl Largest owl in North America. Year-round resident. Welcome to the Hole Hiking Experience! Discover Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, or Teton Valley, Idaho!
    Our tours provide the opportunity to truly discover the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. A naturalist guide will enhance your visit with their local knowledge of the wildlife, plants, history, and geology of this magnificent area! Join us any season for a short day-hike, a full day or a multi-day
    excursion. Individuals or large groups of all ages and abilities are
    welcome. Don't forget your camera! Tours offer spectacular photo
    opportunities while exploring peaceful wilderness settings. Tour locations are based on the time of the year, your interests, and
    physical ability. Each outing is customized to fit your group! Our expedition leaders make the natural world come alive, so make the most of your visit to the area and come explore with us! A permittee of Grand Teton National Park, Bridger-Teton

    69. Hiking Mt. Baldy Ca. Less Than 50 Miles From Los Angeles
    Advice for hiking Mt. Baldy.
    HIKING IN MT. BALDY A wilderness trip can be an exciting and exhilarating experience . However, it can also be very dangerous if safety is not taken seriously. The following are questions you should ask yourself before embarking and tips to make your trip safer wile hiking in Mt. Baldy. Who will miss you? When planning any trip into the wilderness, always make sure that a friend or family member knows were you are going. You should tell them what area you plan to hike in; route of travel; tail number or name and description; how long you plan to stay; color and type of clothing and style of boots or shoes you'll be wearing; food and equipment you are taking; and when you plan to return. Provide any other information that would be helpful in the event that you become lost or injured and a rescue team is sent to find you. Have you planned a realistic trip? Plan a trip that is reasonable. Do not try to accomplish more in one day than you are capable of. Make sure you know your own capabilities and of those with you. Check time and distance for hiking. Are you prepared?

    70. Boston Hiking Guide (with MBTA Info)
    Boston hiking Guide hiking areas near Boston Massachusetts with distance (if any)from 1. T stations (colorcoded) 2. bus routes Unwanted popup window?
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    Hiking areas near Boston
    Massachusetts with distance (if any) from:
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  • Blue Hills Canton : Hudson; Milton Quincy : #215 (0.5 mi), #238
  • Lincoln Conservation/Walden Pond Lincoln Lincoln RR Sta (pkg lot)
  • Lynn Woods Lynn
  • Middlesex Fells Malden Oak Grove T (0.3 mi), #132; Medford : #95, #99, #100 (1 block), #134
  • Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Sharon Sharon RR Sta (1.5 mi)
  • Wompatuck State Park Hingham : #220 (1 mi) Medium (300-900 acres)
  • Breakheart Reservation Saugus : #429 (0.8 mi); Wakefield Wakefield RR Sta (1.8 mi), #136/137 (1.5 mi)
  • Franklin Park Roxbury Forest Hills T (0.5 mi), #21, #31
  • Horn Pond Woburn : #134 (0.2 mi), #350 (pkg lot)
  • Prospect Hill Waltham Brandeis RR Sta (1.5 mi), #70 (0.2 mi), #70A
  • Stony Brook Reservation West Roxbury Small (100-300 acres)
  • Arnold Arboretum Jamaica Plain Forest Hills T (1 block), E/Forest Hills T [#39 bus] (1 block)
  • Charles River (linear park) Boston Charles T Science Park T , various buses
  • Chestnut Hill Reservoir Brighton D/Reservoir T (1 block)
  • 71. TimberlandĀ®
    Manufactures hiking boots, outdoor clothing and products for active sports. Site includes store locator.
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    72. Backpacking And Hiking TrailHead
    Variety of backpacking and hiking links Backpacking hiking pages, lightweightbackpacking, navigation, leave no trace, lowimpact, online recreation
    Backpacking and Hiking TrailHead
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    Bear Safety
    Lightweight Backpacking Navigation ... Outdoor Recreation Directory
    "Afoot and lighthearted I take to the open roads Healthy, free, the world before me. The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose. Henceforth I ask not good fortune, I myself am good fortune. Henceforth I whimper no more, Postpone no more, need nothing, Done with indoor complaints, libraries, querulous criticisms. Strong and content I travel the open road." Walt Whitman
    From Leaves of Grass
    "Walk away quietly in any direction and taste the freedom of the mountains." John Muir
    "There's a song in the canyon below me And a song in the pines overhead, As the sunlight crawls down from the snowline And rustles the deer from his bed. With mountains of green all around me And mountains of white up above And mountains of blue down the ski-line, I follow the trail that I love." Charles Badger Clark
    "There is nothing like walking to get the feel of a country. A fine landscape is like a piece of music; it must be taken at the right tempo. Even a bicycle goes too fast." Paul Scott Mowrer
    "The most important passion of life is the overpowering desire to escape periodically from the strangling clutch of mechanistic civilization. To us the enjoyment of solitude, complete independence, and the beauty of undefiled panoramas is absolutely essential to hapiness."

    73. Compare Prices And Read Reviews On Camping & Hiking At
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    Save on camping and other gear from brand names you can trust! Camping Gear Sale
    Large selection of brand name outdoor products at low prices! Spring Camping Gear Sale Great Selection and Low Prices Tents, Sleeping Bag, Lantern, etc. Advice on Sleeping Pads Advice on Tents Advice on Sleeping Bags Advice on Stoves Top Categories Tents Sleeping Bags Help Member Center ... Trademark Notice periodically updates pricing and product information from third-party sources, so some information may be slightly out-of-date. You should confirm all information before relying on it.

    74. The California Hiking Page
    Book Reviews, The California hiking Page hiking in the Range of Light CyberhikesAward For Outstanding hiking Web Site, This Webring is managed by Bill Finch.
    Yosemite NP

    Ansel Adams


    Devils Postpile
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    Hiking in the "Range of Light"
    Garnet Lake
    , located in the Ansel Adams Wilderness What's New Links Contact Us
    Number of Visitors who have visited this site var site="TheCHP" document.write("//"+"-"+"->"); This site best viewed in 800x600 resolution (1024x768 is ideal) Member of Peak to Peak Trail and Wilderness Links This Webring is managed by Bill Finch Previous Next Random List Sites Craig Iwata ... The California Hiking Page This page last changed 19 September, 2001

    75. Hiking Trail Wildflower Index
    Photo gallery of wildflowers found on hiking trails in the southern Appalachians.

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    Appalachian Trail Arkaquah Trail Bartram Trail ... e-mail Tony Trail Wildflower / Plant Index This index lists wildflowers found by our hiking group on the trails of the Southern Appalachian/Blue Ridge Mountains. It is a listing with names which link to our photos of the flower or plant. The list is growing with frequent updates.
    Just click on the name of the flower to go to the photo page containing that flower.
    Choose your list below. Wildflower list sorted by common name. Wildflower list sorted by botanical name. Wildflower list sorted by month of year Click below for more trail wildflowers! page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4 ... page 17

    -Tony's Other Pages Tony's Hiking Page Tony's Cancer Page Tony's Southern Gospel Page Jet's Page - Labrador Retrievers Toccoa Fest Grace Baptist Church Tony's Pond Page Trail Wildflowers Our new Southern Appalachian Wildflower CD is now available.
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    76. Green Mountain Club Home -Long Trail, Vermont, Hiking,Vermont Hiking
    MUD Season Vermont s hiking trials, saturated from snow melt, and snow and rainrunoff, require special care between Sugaring Season and Memorial Day to
    The GMC
    About the GMC

    Calendar of Events
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    GMC History

    GMC Sections

    Volunteer Membership Workshops ... Trail Maintenance Staff Volunteers Volunt. Vacations GMC Office Hiker Center Winter Hours 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Mon. - Fri.. GMC Education Project New! Long Trail End-to-End Map, Nalgene bottles with GMC Logo. Details Details 2004 Annual Meeting - Burke Mountain. June 11th-13th. Print events schedule and register on-line. Details National Trails Day - Join people across the nation and participate in the 2004 National Trails Day events. Mountain Music Festival - Come join us at the 2nd annual Mountain Music Festival, Saturday July 20, 12:00-6:00 pm, GMC Headquarters, Waterbury Details May Calendar Desktop Wallpaper Ferns and Trillium. Click the picture to

    77. Hiking Trails In The Salida, Colorado Area
    Guide to hiking Trails within the San Isabel National Forest, Salida Ranger District.
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    (click on trail name for complete information) Trail Location Description Angel Of Shavano Trailhead Salida Ranger District The Angel of Shavano Trailhead serves as an access point for segment 14 of the Colorado Trail, as well as access to the Mt. Shavano Trail. Bear Lake/Horn Fork Trail Salida Ranger District The Bear Lake/Horn Fork Trail leads almost 6 miles from CR 365 to Bear Lake. The trail begins at North Cottonwood Trailhead and gains 2,520' before reaching Bear Lake. Browns Creek Trail Salida Ranger District Browns Creek Trail provides access to scenic views of Mt. Antero and the central Rocky Mountain highlands. Fishing for trout is accessible in Browns and Little Browns Creeks.

    78. Alaska Mountaineering And Hiking
    Mountaineering supplies including snow and ice protection, crampons, axes, altimeters, boots, skis,

    79. Silver Comet Trail-Hello:)
    Information on hiking trail, extending from Smyrna, Georgia to its terminus in Cedartown, Georgia.
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    The Silver Comet Trail is located 13 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia and travels west through Cobb, Paulding and Polk counties. This quiet, non-motorized trail is for walkers, hikers, bicyclists, roller bladers, horses, dog walkers, and is wheel chair accessible. The Silver Comet is paved for over 37 miles starting at Mavell Road in Smyrna to Water Street in historic downtown Rockmart . When completed, the Silver Comet Trail will start in Smyrna, Georgia and end at the Georgia / Alabama state line. At the Georgia / Alabama state line, the Silver Comet will connect to the 33-mile long Chief Ladiga Trail that ends in Anniston, Alabama. When construction on the Silver Comet and Chief Ladiga is finished, the trails will join to form one continuous trail from Smyrna, Georgia to Anniston, Alabama. The Silver Comet and Chief Ladiga Trails will connect in 2002.
    Both the Silver Comet and Chief Ladiga are converted rail-trails built on abandoned railroad lines.

    80. Hiking With HIKENET: Virtual Trail On The Web
    Hikenet provides the world s largest listing of hiking clubs, advice, a recommendedbook list from the outdoor clubs, hiking, and backpacking trail stories
    Your Virtual Trail on the Web
    with the largest outdoor clubs' listing - several hundred are listed Please see announcement on hiking clubs urls and link updates below. Hikenet will be updated O/A 1 Dec. Sorry for delay. Hiking you know Clubs Links Advice Stories Photos Hikers Intro ... Free Help your hosts
    Tom ' Bear Bells ' Caggiano and Kathy Caggiano
    with the Inside on the Outside Date Sep 18,2000: The host ISP service provider has changed its url and problems have occurred with another. Please come back to Hikenet on 1 Dec as by then all the hundreds of links will be updated, obsolete links removed and new ones added. Until then, happy hiking. Hikenet - the Hiker's web portal to the net.
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