Backpacking Oregon: From Rugged Coastline to Mountain Meadow

Backpacking Oregon: From Rugged Coastline to Mountain Meadow

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by Douglas Lorain
     
 

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In Oregon, backpackers can hike wild beaches, enjoy colorful desert canyonlands, walk amid stunning granite peaks, relax in wildflower meadows, and circle glacier-clad mountains. Award-winning guidebook author and longtime Oregon resident Douglas Lorain details 30 spectacular backpacking trips in Backpacking Oregon. Lasting from three days to two weeks, these…  See more details below

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In Oregon, backpackers can hike wild beaches, enjoy colorful desert canyonlands, walk amid stunning granite peaks, relax in wildflower meadows, and circle glacier-clad mountains. Award-winning guidebook author and longtime Oregon resident Douglas Lorain details 30 spectacular backpacking trips in Backpacking Oregon. Lasting from three days to two weeks, these carefully crafted itineraries offer geographic diversity, beautiful scenery, and reasonable daily mileage goals. This in-depth guide provides all the information backpackers will need to access the Oregon backcountry, including the Oregon Coast, Columbia Gorge, High Cascades, Hells Canyon, and the Klamath, Siskiyou, Blue, and Wallowa mountains. A detailed trail map and photographs accompany each trip.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780899975412
Publisher:
Wilderness Press
Publication date:
04/27/2007
Series:
Backpacking
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
276
Sales rank:
822,220
File size:
42 MB
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Backpacking Oregon: From Rugged Coastline to Mountain Meadow 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TheBookMan More than 1 year ago
I found the book to be helpful in letting me know of hiking trails I was unaware of. Most of the trips described take 3 days or more and that is fine. Shorter trips can be planned using the information presented and only going part of the way.