Lace up your boots and sample fifty-nine of the finest trails in southern Utah’s Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument and the stunning 1.2-million-acre Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. With thorough descriptions and detailed maps, this book leads you to both well-known and little-used trails, and it includes several backpack trips and a wide variety of day hikes. Whether traveling down remote desert roads or up serene canyons, you will be rewarded with vivid memories and a yearning to return. Learn More
Revised and Updated. Author and photographer Laurence Parent updates this invaluable sourcebook with 21 new hikes, some popular and others unknown. Also, many new photos depict New Mexico's diverse landscape. Learn More
This updated edition of Hiking Olympic National Park features sixty-six of the finest trails in and around the park plus forty additional trail recommendations throughout northwest Washington’s spectacular landscape. These trails crisscross the park’s wilderness ecosystem, stretching from the beaches of the Pacific to the heart of the Olympic Mountains. Whether you choose a strenuous backpacking trip over glacier-clad mountains or a short stroll through a temperate rain forest, veteran trail guide and author Erik Molvar provides all the information
you need to make the most of hiking the Olympic Peninsula. Learn More
There are ancient treasures hidden across the American Southwest. Tucked away in remote canyons are hundreds of ruins, cultural treasures that provide a wealth of information about the past—and most people never visit them. This fully updated and revised edition of Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen is your ticket to these enchanted sites. Dave Wilson leads hikers of all abilities on day hikes and overnight trips to some of the most spectacular areas of the Southwest.
Ranging in location from southern Utah to the Grand Canyon, through central and southern Arizona and into New Mexico, the thirty-six ruins and rock-art sites covered here are all off the beaten path, relatively unknown to the public—each one an adventure. Learn More