Adirondack Trails (Forest Preserve Series Volume 1): High Peaks Region with Map

Adirondack Trails (Forest Preserve Series Volume 1): High Peaks Region with Map

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by Tony Goodwin, Adirondack Mountain Club
     
 

First published by ADK in 1934, this new 13th edition remains the essential guide to trails of the Adirondack High Peaks region. Includes the latest trail routes, designated campsite and lean-to locations, DEC regulations, and updated trail mileages. The latest edition of the High Peaks topographic trail map is included. Edited by Tony Goodwin and Neal Burdick. 13th…  See more details below

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First published by ADK in 1934, this new 13th edition remains the essential guide to trails of the Adirondack High Peaks region. Includes the latest trail routes, designated campsite and lean-to locations, DEC regulations, and updated trail mileages. The latest edition of the High Peaks topographic trail map is included. Edited by Tony Goodwin and Neal Burdick. 13th ed. 300 pages, 5" x 7". Softcover (includes topographical folding map of areas covered).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931951050
Publisher:
Adirondack Mountain Club, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/01/2004
Series:
Forest Preserve Series, #1
Edition description:
13th Edition
Pages:
296
Product dimensions:
4.42(w) x 6.88(h) x 0.84(d)
Age Range:
10 Years

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Adirondack Trails (Forest Preserve Series Volume 1): High Peaks Region with Map 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The topo that comes with this guide is excellent but we found the guide to reaching trailheads wss completely inaccurate for the Baker Mountain and Moose Pond trails. Neither trail head was where the book said they should be found. In the case of Moose Pond, the footbridge described in the instructions appeared to have been cut in half so that the far shore was no longer reachable. The Baker Mt. instructions mentioned non-existant railroad bridges. Both may have been out of date by decades.