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If you're heading toward the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia or North Carolina, you should make sure to get in a hike or two while you're there. Best Easy Day Hikes: Blue Ridge Parkway, by Randy Johnson, makes it easy to find the perfect one.. . . Contains details for 33 of the best trails along the parkway, suited to every ability level from twenty-minute strolls to full-day hikes. Trail descriptions include a map, difficulty rating, total distance, Parkway milepost number, elevation gain, driving directions, and key points. Hikes are separated into four areas: The North-Central Blue Ridge (Mileposts 0.0 to 121.4, Shenandoah National Park to Roanoke, VA), The Blue Ridge Plateau (Mileposts 121.4 to 276.4, Roanoke to Deep Gap, NC), The High Country (Mileposts 276.4 to 384.7, Deep Gap to Asheville), and The Southern Appalachians (Mileposts 384.7 to 469.1, Asheville to Great Smoky Mountains National Park). 2010, second edition, 154 pages. 7 x 4.25 x 0.3 in.
Falcon Guides Best Easy Day Hikes - New River Gorge
Falcon Guides Best Easy Day Hikes - Shenandoah National Park
Falcon Guides Hiking the Blue Ridge Parkway
Menasha Ridge Press Five Star Trails: Asheville
Appalachian Trail Conservancy Appalachian Trail Guide to Maryland and Northern Virginia
The Mountaineers Books 100 Trails of the Big South Fork - Tennessee and Kentucky
Appalachian Trail Conservancy Appalachian Trail Guide to Central Virginia
Countryman Press Sea Kayaking Maryland's Chesapeake Bay