For over 100 years, hikers have relied on AMC's White Mountain Guide. The most trusted resource for the hiking trails of the magnificent White Mountains of New Hampshire and Maine, this new edition has been thoroughly updated and revised, with accurate descriptions of over 500 trails, topographic maps with trail segment mileage, trip planning and safety information, and a checklist of New England’s 4,000-Footers. With expert advice and trail coverage, this White Mountain Guide is the perfect companion for planning a hike, whether a day trip up Mount Washington, a backpacking adventure in the Pemigewasset Wilderness, or a hut-to-hut traverse.
White Mountain Guide Includes the following pull-out, paper trail maps:
Franconia - Pemigewasset
Crawford Notch - Sandwich Range
Moosilauke - Kinsman
Carter Range – Evans Notch
North Country – Mahoosuc Range
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|Author||Mike Dickerman, Steven D. Smith|
|About the Author||
Steve Smith has been a hiking enthusiast for over thirty years. He has written several guidebooks for the White Mountains region, and served as coeditor of the 27th and 28th editions of AMC’s White Mountain Guide and the second and third editions of AMC's Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide.
Mike Dickerman is an avid hiker and White Mountain history enthusiast who operates Bondcliff Books, a publishing house and distributor that specializes in the mountains of New Hampshire and northern New England. He is also the author of several books about the White Mountains.
|Endorsements||“For hikers in the Northeast, the AMC White Mountain Guide is like the Bible—we read it religiously when scouting trips and trust it completely for useful trail information. This book belongs on every backpacker’s bookshelf.” — Jonathan Dorn, Executive Editor, Backpacker|
|Region||New Hampshire, Northern New England, White Mountains|
|Publisher||Appalachian Mountain Club Books|
|Edition||29th Edition (April 17, 2012)|
|Dimensions||7.2 x 5.1 x 2.1 inches, 656 pages|