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This guidebook is devoted to one of New Hampshire's most beloved peaks. Author: Steven D. Smith. Softcover; 152 pages; black-and-white photographs. Bondcliff Books; copyright 2006. This guide provides a wealth of information on Mount Chocorua:. Geography of the mountain-its peaks, ridges and valleys. Natural history-geology, fire history, flora and fauna. Nomenclature, including the tragic tale of the chief Chocorua. Historical timeline, including trail-building, famous writers, artists and many other facets of Chocorua's storied past. Full descriptions of the many trail routes to the summit and outlying areas, plus hiking tips and recommendations for short hikes and winter visits. Detailed guide the to summit views. The 1893 essay, ''A Night Alone on Chocorua,'' by naturalist Frank Bolles. An annotated Chocorua bibliography. More than 40 photographs, with vintage images. Full-page trail map by Map Adventures.
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