Tom Dwyer A Guide to the Allegheny National Forest
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This guidebook covers the 800 square-mile Allegheny National Forest in northwestern Pa. Over 250 miles of foot trails are available for hiking, back-packing and ski-touring. PRODUCT FEATURES: Edition 4, published by Allegheny Group, Sierra Club Also describes ski-touring opportunities and points of scenic interest. Authors: Bruce Sundquist, Carolyn Weilacher Yartz, and Jack Richardson
- Appalachian Outdoors
A Guide to the Allegheny National Forest is the most comprehensive visitor's guide to the forest. Designed in a handy pocketbook format, the guide briefly explores the history and purpose of the forest along with some hints on how to enjoy the forest safely before getting to the meat of the book, three chapters detailing everything from family picnicking opportunities to boating, camping, ATV and wilderness backpacking. Book Description Nestled in four counties of Northwestern Pennsylvania are the 513,000 acres of the Allegheny National Forest, so designated by a proclamation signed by U.S. President Calvin Coolidge in 1923. A Guide to the Allegheny National Forest is the most current and comprehensive visitor's guide ever written for this national treasure. Designed in a handy pocketbook format, the guide briefly explores the human and geological history of the forest and includes hints on how to enjoy the forest safely 192 pages (49 pages of maps)
- Vargo Outdoors