Paddlesports Press Adirondack Paddler's Map

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If you're ready to take on the waters of the Adirondacks, the Adirondack Paddler's Guide/Map Set is for you. This comprehensive set includes the Adirondack Paddler's Guide: Finding Your Way by Canoe and Kayak in the Adirondack Park by Dave Cilley and the Adirondack Paddler's Map: For Canoe & Kayak Travel.. . . Adirondack Paddler's Guide~ Each route description includes trip length (day trip/multiday), portages, mileage, paddling time, difficulty, ability, wildness rating, access points, launch and takeout options, and a map~ Covers the Santa Clara Tract, Floodwood and St. Regis Wilderness, Northern Frost Canoe Trail, Lake Champlain, Saranac Lakes, Raquette River and Tupper Lake, Whitney Wilderness and West, and other areas~ Pages are coated so you can bring the book with you on the water~ 2009, second edition, 215 pages~ Spiral bound; 9 x 6.5 x 0.8 in.. Adirondack Paddler's Map~ Full-color shaded relief map shows portages and campsites; 1:50,000 scale~ Covers the Saranac Lakes, St. Regis Wilderness Area, Santa Clara Tract, Five Ponds Wilderness, Whitney Wilderness, Raquette River, and Cranberry Lake Wild Forest~ Waterproof so you bring it on the water with you~ Includes helpful list of tips and "Outdoor Dos and Don'ts"~ 9 X 4.5 x 0.25 in. (folded) / 45 x 36 in. (open)~ 5th edition. Book and map come in a waterproof bag


Paddlesports Press Adirondack Paddler's Map

previously retailed for:
$19.95 - $47.95

The Paddlesports Press Adirondack Paddler's Map is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 26, 2017 at EMS.

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