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Rebecca's Diary (Trail/Sneek Peak) By Ashley Kyle
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Rebecca is very unpopular in school.
Rebecca's Diary (Trail/Sneek Peak) By Ashley Kyle
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Rebecca is very unpopular in school.
The Pike's Peak Rush By Edwin L. Sabin
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"Twenty-five thousand people—and more on the way! Think of that!" exclaimed Mr. Richards, Terry's father. It was an evening in early April, 1859, and spring had come to the Richards... More > ranch, up the Valley of the Big Blue, Kansas Territory. Excitement had come, too, for Harry (Harry Revere, that is, the clever, boyish Virginia school-teacher who was a regular member of the family) had been down to the town of Manhattan, south on the Kansas River and the emigrant trail there, and had brought back some Kansas City and St. Louis papers. They were brimming with the news of a tremendous throng of goldseekers swarming to cross the plains for the new gold fields, discovered only last year, in the Pike's Peak country of the Rocky Mountains< Less
Peaks, Valleys and Mule Train Letters By Leslie Gardner Hankey & Leslie Ord Hankey
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This set of letters is the correspondence between one young woman while she lived and worked on a California Conservation Corps Backcountry Trail Crew in Yosemite National Park and her mother who... More > missed her from afar. Why would a young woman apply for a job where she had to live off the grid for five-and-a-half months without a cell phone, computer, blow dryer, reality television and Panda Express? Ask AmeriCorps. Ask the California Conservation Corps. Hundreds of people apply for these backcountry positions every year. As you will read, it's rather amazing what can happen in six months, both on the home front and on the peaks and in the valleys of Yosemite National Park.< Less
Colorado's Fourteeners 4. Pikes Peak By Gerry Roach
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Colorado’s Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs is a celebration of the joys that come from climbing Colorado’s highest peaks. Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks offer the hiker and... More > mountaineer one of the finest arrays of alpine challenges in the Rocky Mountains. Climbing Fourteeners has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the challenge of climbing all the Fourteeners captures many people. The elevation celebration continues. Volume 4 covers 14,110-foot Pikes Peak, the highest peak in El Paso County and the easternmost Fourteener in the United States. Pikes, an Ultra Prominent Peak, is one of only three Colorado peaks with more than 5,000’ of prominence. There is a trail, a gravel road, and a railroad to Pikes’ summit. 84 pages, 4 routes, 2 approaches, 3 variations, 4 extra credits, 2 annotated maps, 19 color photos, 6 lists.< Less
Electric, Barronette, and Bunsen Peaks Yellowstone National Park By DANIEL HENDY
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General trail descriptions with photos included. Barronette Peak, Electric Peak, and Bunsen Peak in Yellowstone National Park. Photos taken in 2010 while working in the park.
Upper Reyes Hiking Trail By Jeff Brady
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A 40 page trail guide of the Upper Reyes trail in Los Padres Forest close to Ojai California. Complete with GPS way points , maps, pictures, elevation profile. Trail enters Sespe Wilderness and is... More > approximatly 4 to 5 miles long. Incredible views of Camuesa Badlands, Pine Mtn, and Reyes Peak. Used to be a Grizzly Bear hunting ground. Located off of Lockwood Valley road, Southern California. Questions? Jeff@Brady.US< Less
Tales from the Gringo Trail By Paul O’Sullivan
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“Let’s just chuck it all in and go to South America” Lisa said one day. Other people do this I thought, but surely not us? Strap yourself in for a hilarious and rollicking tale of a... More > couple with entirely different ideas on what to do and see, the best way to go about it, and of course how to spend their tight budget. Sampling everything from the steamy wilds of Venezuela, to the freezing peaks of the Andes, from the fury of the Pacific Ocean to the parched Bolivian desert, not to mention a dozen other death-defying experiences along the way. All without much clue of what was happening until it happened. Fear not, I too have read a lot of travel books, so this is guaranteed not to include self-discovery, over descriptiveness and incessant droning about scenery. You’ll find some top tips and of course an introduction to all the people we met along the way – The Good, The Bad and the Downright Annoying* *Spoiler – plenty of these.< Less
Bree Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail By Anna Knutson
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Relive 2,668 miles of joy, agony, treachery, beauty and accomplishment as you read Bree Fuqua’s account of the Pacific Crest Trail. Bree’s inpiring blog and gorgeous photography will... More > transport you to the very depths of the Mojave and the highest peaks of the Sierras, collected during her successful 2013 PCT trek. (Full-color version)< Less
Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail By Backcountry Reprints & Theodore Roosevelt
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Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail by Theodore Roosevelt. Illustrated by Frederic Remington. CONTENTS: The Cattle Country of the Far West -- Out on the Range -- The Home Ranch -- The Round-Up -- Winter... More > Weather -- Frontier Types -- Red and White on the Border -- Sheriff's Work on a Ranch -- The Ranchmman's Rifle on Crag and Prairie -- The Wapiti, or Round-Horned Elk -- The Big-Horn Sheep -- The Game of the High Peaks : The White Goat.< Less

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