Adirondack Mountain Club The Catskill 67
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Of the Catskill 100 Highest, the 67 peaks under 3500 ft are often overlooked. Alan Via seeks to change that with the wealth of information he gives in Catskill 67: A Hiker's Guide to the Catskill 100 Highest Peaks Under 3500'. With keen observations and a wry sense of humor, Via will lead you on some of the prettiest hikes in New York.. . . . Describes the 67 peaks of the Catskill 100 Highest under 3500 feet. Includes ratings of difficulty, view, interest, and bushwhacking potential for each peak. Each peak description includes a highlights/summary section and a suggestion of the best time of year to hike. Includes nine regional maps, color images, GPS coordinates for trailheads and difficult road intersections, and a large-format comprehensive map of the Catskill 100 Highest region. 2012, first edition, 192 pages. 9 x 6 x 0.6 in.
The Catskill 67: A Hiker's Guide to the Catskill 100 Highest Peaks under 3500'. Alan Via provides a wealth of information on a previously overlooked group of peaks: the Catskill 67. In this hiker's guide to the lesser-known peaks of the Catskill 100 Highest, Via provides routes to the summits--on trails, woods roads, or bushwhacks--with keen observations and a wry sense of humor. Complete with nine regional maps, four-color images, GPS coordinates for trailheads and difficult road intersections, and a large-format, comprehensive map of the Catskill 100 Highest region. Peaks are rated for view, interest, difficulty, and bushwhack. Page maps, mileages, and difficulty ratings.9 Regional Maps - custom designed for the book.Includes a 'Peak Finder' map that shows where all the mountains are located.Book is broken down into 9 regions - showing nearby biking, mountain biking, XC skiing, camping, paddling, and fishing opportunities.Beautiful photosGPS coordinatesTrailhead and parking infoIndexed for your convenienceMileages and difficulty ratingsAbout The Author - Alan Via grew up in rural NY state. As a youth he loved fishing in the mountains and exploring with a map and compass. He is an ADK 46er and a Catskill 35er. He is one of the few who have climbed the 100 highest peaks in The Catskills and The Adirondacks and has climbed all in winter. This book is the culmination of what he always wanted in a guide book but could never find. So he did it himself. He has also hiked in the Canadian Rockies, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Arizona and California.Author - Alan ViaBinding - PaperPages - 191Publisher - ADK - Adirondack Mountain ClubYear - 2012ISBN - 9781931951081