Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for the University of Idaho Press
A wonderous collection of soaring cliffs, deep coulees, basalt dike walls, water-filled potholes, flood carved caves and broad channels of one-time rivers spreads across eastern and central Washington and northern Oregon. Fifty-three trips are targeted to assist readers in finding and understanding the area's major geologic features. Ninety-five black and white photographs and 80 maps and illustrations accompany the text.
About the Author
Marge and Ted Mueller are outdoor enthusiasts and environmentalists who have explored the Pacific Northwest for over 40 years and have instructed mountain climbing through the University of Washington. This is their eleventh book on the Pacific Northwest.