Fall Color Hikes: Washington
After the heat of summer, what could be more refreshing than recording with eyes and camera the vibrant changing colors framing the northwestern Washington trails. Outdoor naturalist and photographer Tami Asars has assembled the basic essentials for almost fifty hiking adventures throughout the state. Follow her footsteps through Mount Baker, Spokane, Mt. Rainier, the Olympic Mountains, and other parts of the Cascades and marvel at the seasonal color changes in these evergreen dominions.
Written with enthusiasm, ready wit, and personal expertise, the author leads the hiker to remote and wondrous locations, always ready with advice on how to best capture the impressive views. Filled with glowing photographs of many of the destinations, reinforced with maps, and loaded with pertinent details regarding physical features and nitty gritty details about parking, pet permission, outhouses, trail problems, and so much more, this concise encyclopedic handbook is a treasure-filled guide for nature lovers.
In addition, for those who are foot weary, this directory also includes directions for enjoying the foliage through several scenic drives around Mt. Baker or Stevens Pass, or try the North Cascades Highway along with others. A great resource for those lucky enough to have the time to ramble in Washington State.
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||The Mountaineers Books|
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|Category||Science & Nature|