West Virginia Highlands Conservancy Monongahela National Forest Hiking Guide
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Updated 8th edition. This comprehensive guide covers everything a hiker needs to know when hiking in the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia. It covers safety, detailed topographic maps, campgrounds, recreational areas and detailed information on trails, such as difficulty and access points. This book also covers four wilderness areas with a total of 77,965 acres and 21,300 acres of semi-wilderness zones. With over 200 hiking trails for more than 700 miles of prime hiking this book is an essential for all hikers.
- Appalachian Outdoors
Throughout this natural heritage area are numerous hiking trails, all described in the new edition of this comprehensive guide. Authors: Allen de Hart and Bruce Sundquist. Softcover; 356 pages; black-and-white photos and maps. West Virginia Highlands Conservancy; copyright 2006. Features more than 200 maintained hiking trails over 835 miles; features hiking, backpacking and ski touring adventures. Trails are rated for scenery, difficulty, condition, distance, elevation, access points, stream crossings and skiing potential. Includes 75 topographic maps and 58 photos of scenery, flora and fauna. Numerous developed campgrounds and recreation areas. Nearly 700 miles of streams stocked with bass and trout and 1,752 miles of scenic forest roads. Includes 112 miles of the 300-mile Allegheny Trail.