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Passport to AMC's High Huts in the White Mountains

Visitors to the Appalachian Mountain Clubs famed huts in the White Mountains will find this compact, easy-to-carry book both a valuable guide to each of the eight huts in the AMC system, and a treasured souvenir of each hut trip.


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Author(s)

Ty Wivell

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Visitors to the Appalachian Mountain Clubs famed huts in the White Mountains will find this compact, easy-to-carry book both a valuable guide to each of the eight huts in the AMC system, and a treasured souvenir of each hut trip. Guests can have their passport stamped to commemorate their visit to each hut.

The Passport to AMC's High Huts in the White Mountainsincludes an overview of the hut system and its more than 120-year history, as well as the geology of the region and its weather. A chapter for each hut describes its location, layout, construction, and use of alternative energy. Recommended short hikes around the hut, unique natural features nearby, famous past guests, and hut history enhance the experience of anyone visiting or staying at the huts.

Inside You'll Find:
Map and historic timeline for the AMC huts system
Historic photos and materials
Overview of White Mountain geology and weather
Location, features, history, and nearby hikes and natural features for each hut
Space to have passport stamped for each hut

Additional Information

Author Ty Wivell
About the Author Ty Wivell is an avid outdoor enthusiast who has been exploring the wilds of New England for nearly two decades. He works as a freelance writer, photographer, and manufacturer’s representative in the outdoor industry from his home in southern Maine.
Region New Hampshire, Northern New England, White Mountains
Activity Hiking
Publisher Appalachian Mountain Club Books
Edition 1st Edition (May 17, 2011)
Format Paperback
Dimensions 0.5 x 3.9 x 5.8 inches, 120 pages
ISBN-13 9781934028490

About the Author

Ty Wivell is an avid outdoor enthusiast who has been exploring the wilds of New England for nearly two decades. He works as a freelance writer, photographer, and manufacturer’s representative in the outdoor industry from his home in southern Maine.