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Maryland is home to uncrowded hiking, scenic vistas, swimming holes, and great backpacking close to the nation's capital, and Hikes in Western Maryland will lead you to the most popular routes.. . . . Describes hikes stretching from Sugarloaf Mountain to the Virginia border. Includes 25 maps and 13 photographs. 2011, 3rd edition; 132 pages. 4.25 x 7 in.
This pocket guidebook features hikes in Western Maryland from 1- to 50-miles long. Compiled and edited by Jean Golightly; maps by Lynn Gallegher and Dave Pierce. Softcover; 110 pages; black-and-white photographs; two-color maps. Potomac Appalachian Trail Club; copryright 1997. Hikes are described in detail with information on camping, permits, addresses, phone numbers and more. Several long trails are suitable for backpacking: Big Savage Hiking Trail, Green Ridge Hiking Trail, and the Catoctin Trail. Descriptions and directions for three particularly scenic and historic sections of the C&O Canal for those who prefer to hike on level terrain.
Adirondack Mountain Club Adirondack Trails Northville-Placid Trail
Rutgers University Press Exploring the Little Rivers of New Jersey
Stackpole Books Exploring the Appalachian Trail - Hikes in Southern New England
Phil Blampied Two Dozen Great Places to Float Your Small Boat
National Geographic Pennsylvania Recreation Atlas
The Mountaineers Books Snowshoe Routes - New England
The Mountaineers Books Best Hikes with Children - Catskills and Hudson River Valley
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Black Dome Press A Kayaker's Guide to the Hudson River Valley