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From New Hampshires seacoast to the Canadian border, this revised fifth edition of 50 More Hikes In New Hampshire offers the hiker a plentiful variety of choices in all parts of the Granite State.
The trails in this classic collection by Daniel Doan and Ruth Doan MacDougall extend from the Massachusetts border to beyond the northern reaches of the White Mountains. With information about leisurely nature walks, climbing rugged peaks, day hikes and extended backpacking trips, this guide can be used by hikers of all levels of experience.. . . Includes directions to trailhead, topographical maps, and mile-by-mile hiking descriptions. 246-page softcover book, contains maps and black and white photos; 6 x 9 in.. Fourth edition (1998).
50 More Hikes in New Hampshire lists day hikes and backpacking trips from Mount Monadnock to Mount Magalloway. Authors: Daniel Doan and Ruth Doan MacDougall. Softcover, 272 pages; black-and-white photos and maps. From New Hampshire's seacoast to the Canadian border, this revised edition provides hikes ranging from simple walks to strenuous epics. Includes popular destinations such as Mount Chocorua, and remote areas such as the Kilkenny. Now includes three hikes not found in previous editions: Purgatory Brook, Bald Mountain and Mount Roberts. Includes new routes for Crotched Mountain, Blue Job Mountain and Mount Cube. Trail-specific information includes directions to trails, narratives, distances, walking times, vertical rises and pertinent maps. The Countryman Press; fifth edition, copyright 2006.
The Peregrine 50 More Hikes in New Hampshire guides you through hikes from New Hampshire's coast to the Canadian border, and includes updated information on three new hikes. Choose an easy walk in the woods, or pick a heart-pumping hike with a 4,000-foot elevation gain. Look at maps and detailed overviews, and read about two new hikes in southern NH and one on Mount Roberts in central NH. Bring the 50 More Hikes in New Hampshire guide on your road trip and explore ice caves, visit state parks, pick blueberries, and start backpacking adventures.
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