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by Thomas Winnett,Jason Winnett

  • ISBN: 0911824979
  • Author: Thomas Winnett,Jason Winnett
  • ePub ver: 1402 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1402 kb
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 282
  • Publisher: Wilderness Press; Third Edition edition (1980)
  • Formats: mobi lrf lrf docx
  • Category: Traveling
  • Subcategory: United States
epub Sierra South: 100 Back-Country Trips download

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The collaborative effort of Thomas Winnet, Jason Winnett, Kathy Morey, and Lyn Haber, Sierra North: 100 Backcountry Trips In California's Sierra is an detailed and thoroughly "user friendly travel guide to planning a hike in California's wild, rugged, and beautiful mountains.

Book by Winnett, Thomas, Winnett, Jason, Haber, Ly. I enjoy all of the Winnett books because they are accurate, fun to read and reliable. This book has little chapters on over 100 trips in the Sierra range, and the descriptions of each trek are a total delight.

I enjoy all of the Winnett books because they are accurate, fun to read and reliable. So often these hiking books neglect to tell you how to reach the trailhead and oftentimes they don't provide detailed instructions. Winnett never makes this mistake. You will not need a separate map to locate any of the trailheads, his maps and written instructions are first-rate

I enjoy all of the Winnett books because they are accurate, fun to read and reliable. You will not need a separate map to locate any of the trailheads, his maps and written instructions are first-rate

Thomas Winnett, Kathy Morey. Sierra North: 100 Back-Country Trips in the High Sierra.

Thomas Winnett, Kathy Morey. 0899973027 (ISBN13: 9780899973029).

Jason Winnett (Winnett, Jason). used books, rare books and new books. by Thomas Winnett, Jason Winnett, Kathy Morey, Lyn Haber. Find all books by 'Jason Winnett' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Jason Winnett'. ISBN 9780899971629 (978-0-89997-162-9) Softcover, Wilderness Pr, 1993. Sierra South: 100 Backcountry Trips in California's Sierra. by Winnett, Thomas Winnett, Jason Winnett.

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Items related to Sierra South: 100 Back-Country Trips in California's. 100 trips range from dayhikes to strenuous multi-day backpack trips. Thomas Winnett; Jason Winnett; Kathy Morey; Lyn Haber Sierra South: 100 Back-Country Trips in California's Sierra. ISBN 13: 9780899971629. Sierra South: 100 Back-Country Trips in California's Sierra. A 4-color trailhead map is included.

Sierra South : 100 Back-Country Trips in California's Sierra. By (author) Jason Winnett, By (author) Kathy Morey, By (author) Thomas Winnett.

Sierra South, 100 Backcountry trips in California’s Sierra, Karl Schwenke and Thomas Winnet, 3rd printing, 1970. Please follow the PIF traditions: 1. The item offered is free but you must pay shipping. 2. You must also Pay it Forward by posting something free (must be worth the cost of shipping).

Here is your guide to the climax region of the High Sierra - the southern half. Hikers come from everywhere to experience the grandeur of Mt. Whitney, the Kings-Kern Divide, the Sierra crest, the high country of Kings Canyon National Park and the John Muir Wilderness. The authors have backpacked over all this grand country in person, and in this book they give you a choice of 100 glorious trips. Each of the 100 trips begins with a description of the trip's highlights, a difficulty grading, total mileage, best season for taking the trip and the names of the topographical maps that cover the trip.
Comments (3)

Samulkree
I've used this series for over a decade to plan countless trips in the Sierra. As with any trip book, I'd suggest you use it as a starting point and not an "end all be all" to plan every detail of your trip. Fishermen should also validate the "fishing reports" listed as I expect these are generally not updated very often (if ever).
Wrathmaster
This is a wonderful guidebook with very helpful information about some of the best hikes in the southern Sierra. It's not just a good guidebook, but is also just plain fun to read. The pictures are nice as well. The included map is decent, but could use a little help.
I really like how different paces for the hikes are given, leisurely, moderate, and strenuous. Also, information about what season the hike should be take, early, mid, and late. Also, all the topo maps needed for the hike is given. Introductions to various geographic areas is given as well.
One thing I was really disappointed about, though. The description of the Mt. Whitney Trail from Whitney Portal to the summit is pretty poor. I thought they might describe more about the summit, this being the tallest mountain in the contiguous U.S., but maybe I'll have to wait until I get Secour's "High Sierra".
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