National Geographic 50 Classic Day Hikes of the Eastern Sierra

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50 Classic Day Hikes of the Eastern Sierra by Devon Fredericksen and Reed Harvey is a FULL-COLOR hiking guide offers you a personalized tour of the best day hikes in the Eastern Sierra. With a vivid history and unmatched natural beauty, the Eastern Sierra is a gateway to the Owens Valley, the White and Inyo Mountains, and the Sierra Nevada range. Within this vast area, many breathtaking landscapes and vistas are accessible as day hikes year-round. Join the authors as they guide you to places that will surprise and inspire you. From the canyons, lakes and aspen forests of the Sierra Mountains, to the ancient Bristlecone groves and desolate beauty of the White and Inyo mountain ranges, there is so much to see and do. Are you ready to turn an ordinary day into an outdoor adventure? This Eastern Sierra Nevada guidebook will take you there1. 350 full-color pages. Mammoth Lakes to Mount Whitney, California. Detailed instructions on driving to, following, and enjoying each of these hand-picked classic day hikes. Stunning full-color photographs, maps and helpful color-coded graphics. Informational sidebars covering natural and human history, interesting facts, and tips about the area. ISBN-13: 978-0-578-11209-1

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