Afoot and Afield San Diego County

Filename: afoot-and-afield-san-diego-county.pdf
ISBN: 9780899978024
Release Date: 2017-02-20
Number of pages: 512
Author: Jerry Schad
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online Afoot and Afield San Diego County in PDF and EPUB Since 1986, Jerry Schad's Afoot and Afield: San Diego County has been the premier trail guide for hikers, backpackers, and mountain bikers. It describes routes ranging from brief, family-friendly hikes to multiple-day overnight trips in remote regions of the backcountry, providing equal weight to the scenic and recreational value of each trip. Each route features at least one or more significant botanical, cultural, or geological highlight with detailed information about what makes each one significant. The book's lengthy history as the preferred hiking guide for the region creates trust and recognition in its readers, while the variety within the book caters to a wide population of recreational enthusiasts. Current co-author Scott Turner has fully updated the book by re-hiking each of the routes contained within the book and adding (up to) 30 new routes to ensure that information for each trip is fully current.


Afoot and Afield San Diego County

Filename: afoot-and-afield-san-diego-county.pdf
ISBN: 9780899975153
Release Date: 2010-03-12
Number of pages: 458
Author: Jerry Schad
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online Afoot and Afield San Diego County in PDF and EPUB The Los Angeles Times has hailed Southern California' hiking guru Jerry Schad's Afoot & Afield San Diego County as "the bible of San Diego hiking." Encompassing the county from Sunset Cliff Park and the Bayside Trail at Point Loma to Fonts Point in the Borrego Badlands, this hiking guide is the "must-have" to explore San Diego's diverse outdoors. The book covers all the worthwhile hiking destinations throughout the county - including the coast, foothills, mountains, and desert - in trips ranging from the short family excursions to multi-day backpacks. This long-awaited fourth edition of San Diego County's most recognized and comprehensive hiking guide has been fully updated and expanded to cover 250 hikes. All new maps.


50 Best Short Hikes San Diego

Filename: 50-best-short-hikes-san-diego.pdf
ISBN: 9780899976303
Release Date: 2011-10-11
Number of pages: 256
Author: Jerry Schad
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online 50 Best Short Hikes San Diego in PDF and EPUB 50 Best Short Hikes: San Diego is the first book in a new version of a series Wilderness Press initially launched in the 1990s. This 50 Best title sports a fresh, modern design while maintaining the original concept: It's a guidebook for busy outdoor lovers who want beautiful hikes to experience in limited spurts of time. With all of its trail distances tallying only 1 to 8 miles, 50 Best Short Hikes: San Diego showcases routes that can be completed in just an hour, a morning, or an afternoon. But these capsule distances are anything but dull or monotonous. Instead, myriad terrains beckon within these pages. Some trails wind along the coast, others weave through the canyons, and still others ascend mountains or meander into forests. Because of the attainable distances and the diverse land- and seascapes presented here, 50 Best Short Hikes: San Diego also appeals to hikers with physical limitations and to families with small children. All readers will appreciate the wealth of information about each trail area's varied history, geology, and amenities. As a longtime resident of San Diego and an avid outdoorsman, the author shares his favorite panoramas and pocket nirvanas in this Southern California region. He knows the nooks and crannies of his destinations, and he corrals them into this easy-to-follow, practical-to-use book. He divides San Diego into 5 micro-regions, with an overview map of the entire area. Then each individual entry includes a detailed map, directions to the trailhead, an at-a-glance info box, and personably written descriptive text. Design, information, and the author's writing style make this a compelling resource for local residents, and a keepsake for visitors.


Afoot and Afield Inland Empire

Filename: afoot-and-afield-inland-empire.pdf
ISBN: 0899975356
Release Date: 2010-03-12
Number of pages: 410
Author: David Money Harris
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online Afoot and Afield Inland Empire in PDF and EPUB The Inland Empire--the area east of Los Angeles and located primarily in San Bernardino and Riverside counties--is known as Southern California's big backyard. And with its mountain, foothill, valley, and desert recreational opportunities, it's a hiker's paradise. Afoot & Afield Inland Empire describes nearly 200 noteworthy hikes ranging from easy to very strenuous in this first comprehensive hiking guide to the length and breadth of Inland Empire. These hikes explore Southern California's three tallest mountains, the stark beauty of the high desert, including Joshua Tree National Park and Mojave National Preserve, as well as trails that wind through urban and regional parks. Each hike is shown on custom-created maps that also include GPS waypoints: the maps alone are worth the price of the book.


Afoot and Afield Orange County

Filename: afoot-and-afield-orange-county.pdf
ISBN: 9780899977584
Release Date: 2014-12-22
Number of pages: 240
Author: Jerry Schad
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online Afoot and Afield Orange County in PDF and EPUB This completely updated and expanded new edition in the Afoot and Afield series is the classic guide to the hiking opportunities throughout Southern California's Orange County. Featuring more than 100 trips from serene summits to sparkling beaches, Afoot and Afield Orange County covers the Laguna Coast, Newport Beach, Crystal Cove State Park, the Chino Hills, Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve, the Santa Ana Mountains, and more. Trips ranging from short strolls to rigorous daylong treks are all within a short car trip of the Southland's cities. Every trip was re-hiked by coauthor David Money Harris for this updated edition.


Coast to Cactus

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ISBN: 194138420X
Release Date: 2016-07
Number of pages:
Author: Terri Varnell
Publisher:

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Take a Hike San Diego County

Filename: take-a-hike-san-diego-county.pdf
ISBN: 9781480825406
Release Date: 2016-02-23
Number of pages: 614
Author: Priscilla Lister
Publisher: Archway Publishing

Download and read online Take a Hike San Diego County in PDF and EPUB Few places on the planet can boast the diversity of natural landscape found in San Diego County. From the enormous Anza-Borrego desert to the Peninsular Range of mountains to the coastal wetlands of the Pacific Ocean, the breadth of San Diego County’s environment is truly remarkable. Priscilla Lister, seasoned journalist, former newspaper columnist and avid hiker, guides others down 260 trails that offer beautiful scenery, physical challenges and an up-close experience with natural flora and fauna. You’ll find trail directions as well as historical tales about the natives and pioneers who once hiked the region. She also identifies trees, wildflowers and birds you’ll find on every trail. Included with each entry are driving directions, mileage and difficulty of each hike, whether dogs or horses are allowed and information on how to download trail maps. Take a Hike: San Diego County is a comprehensive hiking guidebook that shares advice, tips, and tools that will entice exploration of one of America’s most diverse and beautiful regions.


San Diego Then and Now

Filename: san-diego-then-and-now.pdf
ISBN: 1592231268
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 144
Author: Nancy Hendrickson
Publisher: Then & Now (Thunder Bay Press)

Download and read online San Diego Then and Now in PDF and EPUB From Balboa Park to Mission Valley to the scenic Belmont Park, this volume features fascinating archival photographs of San Diego contrasted with specially commissioned, full-color images of the same scene today.


Deep Water

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ISBN: 9781481481076
Release Date: 2017-05-02
Number of pages: 288
Author: Katherine Nichols
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Deep Water in PDF and EPUB Real stories. Real teens. Real crimes. A group of teens traffic drugs between Mexico and California in this start to the brand-new Simon True series. It’s 1971 in Coronado, a small southern California beach town. For seventeen-year-old Eddie Otero, a skilled waterman and avid surfer, life is simple. Then a friend makes him an offer: Swim an illicit package across the border from Mexico. The intense workout is dangerous. Thrilling. Lucrative. And the beginning of a small business. When the young entrepreneurs involve their former high school Spanish teacher, the smuggling adventure grows into a one hundred million dollar global operation. Soon they become fugitives. Living on the edge, they vow to return to their normal lives—right after one last run…


San Bernardino Mountain Trails

Filename: san-bernardino-mountain-trails.pdf
ISBN: 9780899978086
Release Date: 2016-09-19
Number of pages: 288
Author: John W. Robinson
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online San Bernardino Mountain Trails in PDF and EPUB Southern California's highest and most rugged mountains are in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto ranges, in a unique region where desert cactus and pine trees, plus snow-capped peaks and palm oases, are found in close proximity. With the Pacific Crest Trail weaving its way through the mountains and desert, there are endless opportunities to explore Southern California trails. After more than 40 years in print, San Bernardino Mountain Trails remains the bible for Southern California hikers. This updated guide by veteran hiker and author David Money Harris contains new trips as well as old favorites -- 100 hikes that traverse San Bernardino National Forest, the Santa Rosa Mountains, and the San Jacinto Mountains. This edition brings John Robinson's classic guide up to date with the latest trail conditions. Eight old trails, especially in areas that have become overgrown after fire damage, have been replaced with recently built or more heavily used trails. San Bernardino Mountain Trails is noted for its comprehensive coverage of the San Bernardino, San Jacinto, and Santa Rosa Mountains and its meticulously researched history of the ranges.


111 Places in Los Angeles That You Must Not Miss

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ISBN: 3954518848
Release Date: 2016-08
Number of pages: 240
Author: Laurel Moglen
Publisher: Emons Publishers

Download and read online 111 Places in Los Angeles That You Must Not Miss in PDF and EPUB .Go beyond the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to discover the quirky culture of The City of Angels .Part of the international 111 Places/111 Shops series with over 150 titles and 1 million copies in print worldwide "In Los Angeles, everyone is a star." - Denzel Washington Adventures beckon! For more than a century, seekers of sun and celebrity from around the world have flocked to this sprawling metropolis on the Pacific, which Dorothy Parker once described as "72 suburbs in search of a city." But beyond the red-carpet reputation and Tinseltown trappings is a west coast wonderland teeming with unexpected cultural opportunities, iconic architecture, gorgeous open spaces, quirky museums, hidden vistas, unconventional art, and obscure stories about the starlets, moguls, personalities, and players who have made Los Angeles their playground. This unusual guidebook explores 111 of the city's most interesting and unknown places and experiences: wander a serpentine path in a spiritual quest of your own making; channel your inner cowboy at a tried and true honky tonk bar; pay homage to the Dude at the bungalow where the big Lebowski lived; turn your car tires into musical instruments on the country's only musical road; sleep with the ghosts of Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chaplin; view a constellation of stars more vivid than anything Hollywood has to offer; hug a redwood tree...in the middle of a Downtown LA restaurant; walk through an ancient forest; and hike to the 100-year-old ruins of a castle in the sky. From the San Gabriel Mountains to the Santa Monica Pier, longtime locals and intrepid visitors alike will fall in love with the real LA. Surprises await. Prepare to be captivated by the City of Angels."