By Seabury Blair Jr.
This guidebook to climbing the easiest trails within the Olympic Peninsula gains seventy three unforgettable day hikes within the Olympic Peninsula, from Hoodsport to typhoon Ridge to the Pacific coast. All hikes during this publication are available to citizens within the metropolitan Seattle sector, making it the suitable better half for somebody desirous to spend their days within the mountains and their nights at domestic. each one path is rated, and levels from effortless to average to severe, giving beginner hikers or veterans with countless numbers of miles on their boots the alternatives they wish. The relaunch of this well known sequence now contains full-color images of each hike as well as topographical maps, path descriptions, and extra.
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