Ozark Highlands Trail Guide #7e 1.0

Ozark Highlands Trail Guide #7e 1.0

by Tim Ernst

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Introductory price just $9.95! NEW EXPANDED 7th EDITION ebook (v. 1.18, October 2021) now includes maps and hiking descriptions of the newest three sections of the Buffalo River Trail Extension (adding 43.7 miles), making the OHT a continuous 207.6 mile trail!

*This "reflowing text format" ebook has basically the same content as the paperback version #7.1 (available January 2022, $19.95). A "fixed format" ebook version (a digital replica of the paperback) may be available at a later date.

OZARK HIGHLANDS TRAIL GUIDE This is the bible for OHT hikers. There is a complete mile-by-mile description of the current 207.6 miles of continuous trail (2021), which has been rated as one of the Top-Ten hiking trails in the United States. The book has eleven maps with elevation profiles and mileage logs, plus information on campgrounds, trailhead parking areas, hunting and fishing, scenic spots, historical features, a month-by-month weather guide, and lots of info that you'll need to hike this wonderful trail. Includes GPS coordinates for all trailheads and most road and stream crossings, and separate maps with complete descriptions of five connecting trails too, PLUS a map and complete description of the OHT Sylamore Section, a 31-mile stretch that will eventually be connected to the main trail. The foreword was written by former Senator Dale Bumpers. The book itself was written by Arkansas trail pioneer, Tim Ernst, who has been involved with theOHT trail project since its beginning.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940160820361
Publisher: Tim Ernst Publishing
Publication date: 11/06/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 536,093
File size: 15 MB
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About the Author

Tim Ernst is a native of Fayetteville and lifelong resident of his most favorite state, Arkansas.
He made his first backpacking trip in the spring of 1974 with a Wal Mart backpack and an army surplus mummy bag filled with chicken feathers. There were no hiking trails back then. He bushwhacked alone following creeks, ridges, and a few forest roads for 125 miles from Lake Ft. Smith State Park to near the community of Ben Hur. The route he pioneered then became the framework for the Ozark Highlands Trail.
His latest long journey was just this past February (2021), when he became the first to travel on foot from the source of the mighty Buffalo River high in the Ozarks, to the mouth of the Buffalo at the White River—some 150+ miles downstream. (A two-week trek, about half established trail and half bushwhacking along the river corridor.)
In the meantime Tim has produced twenty coffee table picture books during a 46-year nature photography career, which included a few hikes along the way.

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