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Hiking and Backpacking Trails of Texas ePub download

by Mickey Little

  • Author: Mickey Little
  • ISBN: 0884152537
  • ISBN13: 978-0884152538
  • ePub: 1243 kb | FB2: 1326 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Gulf Pub Co; 4 edition (May 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 212
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 672
  • Format: azw lit lrf mobi
Hiking and Backpacking Trails of Texas ePub download

Hiking & Backpacking Trails is a useful complement to your outdoor reference library.

Hiking & Backpacking Trails is a useful complement to your outdoor reference library. Couple this book with Laurence Parent's "Hiking Texas", and you've got everything you need to plan your outdoor adventures on the trails of Texas.

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A guide for hikers and backpackers seeking adventure throughout Texas with detailed information on location .

A guide for hikers and backpackers seeking adventure throughout Texas with detailed information on location, facilities, activities, special features, layout, fees.

Hiking and backpacking are vigorous activities that require physical movement. This has made hiking and backpacking popular activities and resulted in building numerous organizations dedicated to these two activities. It requires activities such as walking on various types of paths including inclines, flat lands, mounds, forests, etc. Many people often confuse these two words as one because of the similarities between them. Both these activities have are known to have immense health benefits such as reducing stress, decreasing risk of heart attack, decreasing hypertension, losing weight, etc. Hiking is basically walking in nature on any path or on a specific trail.

Texas, located in the southern . is known for its flat-desert-like terrain in the southwest part of the state, where the peaks of the Davis, Guadalupe and Santiago mountains rise up. Along the coastline, bayous, bays and saltwater marshes dot the landscape making for very scenic hiking in Texas. Texas is home to Big Bend and Guadalupe Mountains national parks.

Great hiking trail guidebooks can open a new world up for novice and experienced . Hiking and Backpacking Trails of Texas by Mickey Little. 50 Hikes in Michigan by Jim Dufresne was the first hiking book I bought and really sparked my interest in backpacking.

Great hiking trail guidebooks can open a new world up for novice and experienced hikers who need a little bit of help coming up with good day hike or backpacking trip ideas.

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Samowar
The book itself is excellent and provides great descriptions and maps about trails in Texas. However, I am overall disappointed in the trails I went to thus far because most of them are rocky, barren, and mostly unkempt. This is a contrast to my riding preference and compared to the trails I am accustomed to coming from Pennsylvania. Overall, the book itself was a good buy and the transaction with this sellar was great- easy payment option, fast delivery, book arrived as described.
Qwne
Very detailed and informative.
Rude
This book allows you to plan out ahead where, how far, and how difficult a hike you want to engage in. Love it.
Blackbeard
EXCELENTE
Akta
I recommend this book to anyone interested in exploring Texas parks on foot. Parks are arranged by region, and there is a section devoted to parks that offer trails for the backpacker; many facilities are cross-referenced. Sometimes the information is a little brief, but an informative overview of each park is given, along with a contact address and phone number of the respective operating agency, if additional information is desired. I haven't found a more thorough source for backpacking Texas.
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