Hike Santa Barbara

Hike Santa Barbara

by John McKinney

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Best day hikes in the canyons and foothills. From Seven Falls to Hot Springs Canyon to Figuerroa Mountain, hiking expert John McKinney shares his favorite trails to Santa Barbara's parks, preserves and special places. Meander lovely Mission Canyon, Cold Spring Canyon and San Ysidro Canyon. Enjoy breathtaking views from Inspiration Point, Knapp's Castle and Montecito Peak. Discover waterfalls, wildflowers and a near wilderness close to town.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015816723
Publisher: The Trailmaster/Olympic Press
Publication date: 11/26/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

JOHN MCKINNEY is the author of 25 books about hiking, parklands and nature, including The Hiker’s Way: Hike Smart, Live Well, Go Green and A Walk Along Land’s End, Dispatches from the Edge of California on a 1,600-mile hike from Mexico to Oregon.
McKinney has written more than a thousand articles about hiking plus numerous trail guidebooks including such popular favorites as Southern California, A Day Hiker’s Guide and Day Hiker’s Guide to California’s State Parks. His books for children include Let’s go Geocaching and Let’s go Hiking.
For 18 years, McKinney, a.k.a. The Trailmaster, wrote a weekly hiking column for the Los Angeles Times. A passionate advocate for hiking and our need to reconnect with nature, McKinney shares his expertise on radio and TV, and as a public speaker.

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