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  1. Winter Backpacking: Your Guide to Safe and Warm Winter Camping and Day Trips

    Winter Backpacking: Your Guide to Safe and Warm Winter Camping and Day Trips

    $19.95
    Backpacking in the winter months can be exhilarating, refreshing, and—with the help of this book—remarkably safe and comfortable, too! All it takes is some good planning and learning some tricks to keep warm, dry, and happy. Learn More
  2. Walking Portland, Oregon, 2nd

    Walking Portland, Oregon, 2nd

    $14.95
    This compact guidebook will walk you through the best Portland has to offer. It includes step-by-step descriptions and detailed maps of 22 excursions--from half-mile strolls to more rigorous four mile jaunts. It will lead you along the Willamette River, through the elegant downtown and well-preserved older neighborhoods, and along the trails of popular city parks. If you're planning to visit Portland--or explore your hometown--you'll be sure you're on the right track with Walking Portland to guide you. Learn More
  3. The Art of Stand Up Paddling: A Complete Guide to SUP on Lakes, Rivers, and Oceans

    The Art of Stand Up Paddling: A Complete Guide to SUP on Lakes, Rivers, and Oceans

    $21.95
    From the popular "How To Paddle" series by Falcon Guide®, this large, full-color book covers all aspects of stand up paddling, from buying a board and getting started on your local lake to surfing waves in Hawaii! Learn More
  4. Rockhounding Utah

    Rockhounding Utah

    $12.95
    Author William A. Kappele shows you the grandeur of Utah's exposed formations, its canyon walls etched with fossils, and the spires and arches of the Needles District in Canyonlands National Park. Each description includes concise information on the material to be found there, the tools to bring, the best season to visit, the vehicle to drive, or when a remote find suggests it's time to lace up the hiking boots. Readers will glean new insights into the obsidian of the Black Rock sites, jasper at Hell's Backbone, petrified wood at Bullfrog Turnoff, and fossils of sea lillies along the Wasatch Range. May your journeys be fruitful and your bag be heavy on the way home. Somewhere in that bag among your rocks, we hope you haven't forgotten your copy of Rockhounding Utah. Learn More
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