The Mountaineers Books 100 Best Cross-Country Ski Trails in Washington

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100 BEST CROSS-COUNTRY SKI TRAILS IN WASHINGTON, 3RD EDITIONAuthors and expert cross-country skiers Vicky Spring and Tom Kirkendall have carefully selected the best 100 cross-country ski trails in the state. The authors offer advice on technique, equipment, camping areas, sno-parks and huts, and outdoor safety. Trail descriptions include types of uses, surface descriptions, difficulty ratings, mileage and skiing time, elevation gain, best time to go, and map suggestions. The access to each trail is described in detail, as are the trails themselves.From an easy three-mile tour on Hurricane Ridge in the Olympics to Echo Valley, a difficult five-mile trail near Chelan, to terrific overnighters, there s something for everyone in this book.Seconds

- Second Ascent

The guide offers 100 of Washington state's most distinctive ski routes. Authors: Vicky Spring and Tom Kirkendall. Softcover; 285 pages; black-and-white photographs and 106 reader-friendly trail maps. The Mountaineers Books; copyright 2002. Whether you are a first-time skier or someone seeking a unique backcountry adventure, this book will compel you to strap on your skis and get outdoors. Critical information on avalanche hazards. At-a-glance comparisons of difficulty ratings, surface conditions and elevation gains. Complete permit and fee requirements.

- REI