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50 Hikes in Massachusetts: A Year-Round Guide to Hikes and Walks from the Top of the Berkshires to the Tip of Cape Cod
     

50 Hikes in Massachusetts: A Year-Round Guide to Hikes and Walks from the Top of the Berkshires to the Tip of Cape Cod

by Brian White, John Brady
 

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The most popular hiking guide to Massachusetts.
Massachusetts spans a splendid diversity of hiking terrain, and the fourth edition of Explorer's Guide 50 Hikes in Massachusetts takes you to the state's most stunning locations. This guidebook introduces miles of terrain to hikers, birders, beachcombers and meanderers of all levels, including gentle walks suitable

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The most popular hiking guide to Massachusetts.
Massachusetts spans a splendid diversity of hiking terrain, and the fourth edition of Explorer's Guide 50 Hikes in Massachusetts takes you to the state's most stunning locations. This guidebook introduces miles of terrain to hikers, birders, beachcombers and meanderers of all levels, including gentle walks suitable for the entire family, and rugged outings for experienced hikers.
As geologists, Brian White and John Brady add fresh depth with observations on the geology, plant, and animal lore included with each hike. Bartholomew's Cobble may be a brief 3-miler, but its fascinating history spans thousands of years. The Caratunk Wildlife Refuge is a mecca for birders, and the giant boulder maze left by glaciers long ago lend a sense enchantment to the hike. Fields of wildflowers, towering summits, deep forests, windswept beaches, and historical curiosities are among the treasures you'll encounter on these hikes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780881507003
Publisher:
Countryman Press, The
Publication date:
05/01/2006
Series:
Explorer's 50 Hikes Series
Pages:
280
Sales rank:
422,289
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Brian White, professor emeritus of geology at Smith College splits his time between Northampton, Massachusetts and Hamilton, New York.

John Brady, professor of geology at Smith College lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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