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Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide: Hiking Trails in Southern New Hampshire download epub

by Jon Burroughs,Gene Daniell


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Gene Daniell and Steven Smith both live in New Hampshire and are avid hikers of trails throughout the state.

Special features include: Up-to-date descriptions of trails throughout the region. Full-color, pull-out, GPS-rendered trail maps of Mounts Monadnock and Cardigan, and the Pillsbury-Sunapee region, including historical, cultural, and natural features on Mt. Monadnock. Gene Daniell and Steven Smith both live in New Hampshire and are avid hikers of trails throughout the state.

This new addition to our trail guide library is the most comprehensive guide to the trails and mountains of Southern New Hampshire, including Mts. Monadnock, Cardigan, and Kearsarge. This new addition to our trail guide library is the most comprehensive guide to the trails and mountains of Southern New Hampshire, including Mts.

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state of the United States of America. North America United States of America New England New Hampshire. New Hampshire is a state in New England in the north east of the United States of America. Noted for its terse and independent inhabitants and cold winters, New Hampshire has much natural beauty.

Trying to find the best New Hampshire trails? AllTrails has 1,244 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain . Ready for some activity? There are 502 moderate trails in New Hampshire ranging from . to 5. miles and from 3 to 5,780 feet above sea level

Ready for some activity? There are 502 moderate trails in New Hampshire ranging from . miles and from 3 to 5,780 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

Hiking is the preferred term, in Canada and the United States, for a long, vigorous walk, usually on trails (footpaths), in the countryside, while the word walking is used for shorter, particularly urban walks.

Hiking is the preferred term, in Canada and the United States, for a long, vigorous walk, usually on trails (footpaths), in the countryside, while the word walking is used for shorter, particularly urban walks. On the other hand, in the United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland, the word "walking" is acceptable to describe all forms of walking, whether it is a walk in the park or backpacking in the Alps.

Not all New Hampshire's mountains are in this northern range, and you'll find hikes and climbs in the southern part of the state, too. Along with trails that require serious preparation, this list includes shorter hikes to waterfalls and even mountaintops suitable for families and those no. . Along with trails that require serious preparation, this list includes shorter hikes to waterfalls and even mountaintops suitable for families and those not interested in strenuous multi-day hikes. Explore the state's dramatic scenery with our list of the top hiking trails in New Hampshire. Mt. Monadnock Sayamindu Dasgupta, photo modified.

This comprehensive new guide to the trails and mountains of Southern New Hampshire is a must for every hiker. Covers Mts. Monadnock, Cardigan and Kearsarge, the Merrimack Valley, the Lakes Region, and the major state parks-Pawtuckaway, Pisgah, and Bear Brook. The "AMC Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide" contains detailed descriptions of each trail in the area; full-color, pull-out GPS-compatible maps of Monadnock and Cardigan regions; three in-text contour maps for the state parks; trail descriptions, distances, elevation gains, and hiking times; and information on trip planning, map and compass use, and bushwacking. You'll also find helpful guidelines for backcountry hikers on low-impact camping, winter hiking tips, fire regulations, permit information and more!

Comments: (2)

Inertedub
Comprehensive and up to date information on hiking in southern NH.
Rich Vulture
The Appalachian Mountain Club is a New England Based hiking organization, that has blazed and hiked trails repeatedly through the Northeast part of the country. This expertise is evident in this guide, which covers southern New Hampshire most notably Mount Monadnock (the most hiked mountain in the world behind Fuji) and Mount Cardigan.
Precise routes, historical interest and ways to avoid heavy foot traffic are mentioned here. The best part is the foldout map with Monadnock on the front and Cardigan on the back. You will never get a more detailed trail map.
This is truly the quintessential guide for anyone who wants to hike this region of New Hampshire....I also recommend the other guide books for the state. Really excellent, comprehensive.
Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide: Hiking Trails in Southern New Hampshire download epub
United States
Author: Jon Burroughs,Gene Daniell
ISBN: 1878239732
Category: Travel
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Appalachian Mountain Club; 1st edition (May 1, 1999)
Pages: 230 pages