Hiking Washington's William O. Douglas Wilderness

From Nature Trails To Multi-Day Backpacking Treks

Book Description

Hiking Washington's William O. Douglas Wilderness leads you on 44 hikes in this rugged, beautiful and only lightly used area. Ranging from very short hikes and nature trails to multi-day backpacks into the heart of the wilderness, this guide provides information that will be valuable to the first time hiker and the veteran alike. Following many of the hike descriptions, options for further exploration are included. Detailed maps and elevation profiles show you what to expect on each hike.

About Barstad, Fred

A native Oregonian, Fred Barstad began hiking and climbing Oregon and Washington's mountains as a boy. He is an accomplished climber who has climbed extensively in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Mexico. Other hiking guides to his credit are Hiking Hell's Canyon and Idaho's Seven Devils, Hiking Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness, Hiking Mount St. Helens, Hiking Washington's Mount Adams Country and Hiking Washington's Goat Rocks Country. He lives in Enterprise, Oregon.

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