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Zygmont, Jeffrey: Harold the Helpful Hiker
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.01.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Harold the Helpful Hiker, Autor: Zygmont, Jeffrey, Verlag: Free People Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: JUVENILE FICTION // Animals // General, Rubrik: Kinder- und Jugendbücher, Seiten: 42, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 143 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Harold the Helpful Hiker
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Harold the Helpful Hiker ab 17.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Englische Taschenbücher,

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Thousand-Miler: Adventures Hiking the Ice Age T...
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In 36 thrilling days, Melanie Radzicki McManus hiked 1,100 miles around Wisconsin, landing her in the elite group of Ice Age Trail thru-hikers known as the Thousand-Milers. In prose that's alternately harrowing and humorous, Thousand-Miler takes you with her through Wisconsin's forests, prairies, wetlands, and farms, past the geologic wonders carved by long-ago glaciers, and into the neighborhood bars and gathering places of far-flung small towns. Follow along as she worries about wildlife encounters, wonders if her injured feet will ever recover, and searches for an elusive fellow hiker known as Papa Bear. Woven throughout her account are details of the history of the still-developing Ice Age Trail - one of just 11 National Scenic Trails - and helpful insight and strategies for undertaking a successful thru-hike. In addition to chronicling McManus's hike, Thousand-Miler also includes the little-told story of the Ice Age Trail's first-ever thru-hiker Jim Staudacher, an account of the record-breaking thru-run of ultrarunner Jason Dorgan, the experiences of a young combat veteran who embarked on her thru-hike as a way to ease back into civilian life, and other fascinating tales from the trail. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sarah Zimmerman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/008520/bk_tant_008520_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon
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Here are Oregon's best low-impact hikes, perfect for aging boomers, families with children and anyone looking for more of a stroll than a climb. The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon covers 100 of the best easy hikes throughout the state, dividing the trails into regions. Grouped according to difficulty--from 'Stroll in the Park' to 'Knee Punishing'--this helpful hiking guide also includes urban hikes, overall hike rating, and best season(s) to hit the trail. Written in a wry but informative tone by veteran hiker Seabury Blair Jr., The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon is an accessible resource anyone can use to explore the beauty of the Northwest.

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Telluride Trails
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This is a handy pocket guide for the day hiker with easy?to?follow directions to the high country and peaks surrounding Telluride and beyond. Helpful maps are included at the beginning of each chapter. Many of the seventy?five hikes are illustrated with photos along with listings of elevation, distance, time, and ease of trails to help travelers through their journey.

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Blast
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On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens erupted with fury. Triggered by the largest landslide ever recorded, a devastating lateral blast blew off the entire northern side of the volcano. Searing hot gasses, traveling at 650 miles per hour, scorched trees nearly twenty miles away. The mountain instantly lost 1300' in elevation. A slurry of mud, ash and melting ice inundated the landscape, which was then buried in 540 million tons of ash, and fifty-seven people lost their lives. In 1987, just seven years after the historic eruption and the first year climbers were allowed back on the mountain, Jeffrey Ryan ascended Mount St. Helens. In 2017, he went back to climb it again and to explore the areas affected by the eruption. 'Blast' is the first-hand account of what he observed during the hard-charging mountaineering days of his 30s and, most poignantly, what he saw through the eyes of a well-seasoned hiker with thousands of miles under his feet. Many thought that the scars of the eruption might never heal, and some are still vivid to be sure. But the mountain and surrounding ridges and valleys have rebounded at an inspiring rate. Ryan takes us along with him deep into the blast zone, onto the mountain's summit and into the backcountry, where the recovery of the area is most vivid and affirming. In addition to Ryan's narrative, 'Blast' includes helpful advice about exploring Mount St. Helens National Monument, one of the Northwest's most interesting natural areas.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon
16,50 € *
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Here are Oregon's best low-impact hikes, perfect for aging boomers, families with children and anyone looking for more of a stroll than a climb. The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon covers 100 of the best easy hikes throughout the state, dividing the trails into regions. Grouped according to difficulty--from 'Stroll in the Park' to 'Knee Punishing'--this helpful hiking guide also includes urban hikes, overall hike rating, and best season(s) to hit the trail. Written in a wry but informative tone by veteran hiker Seabury Blair Jr., The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon is an accessible resource anyone can use to explore the beauty of the Northwest.

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Telluride Trails
22,70 € *
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This is a handy pocket guide for the day hiker with easy?to?follow directions to the high country and peaks surrounding Telluride and beyond. Helpful maps are included at the beginning of each chapter. Many of the seventy?five hikes are illustrated with photos along with listings of elevation, distance, time, and ease of trails to help travelers through their journey.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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Blast
5,94 € *
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On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens erupted with fury. Triggered by the largest landslide ever recorded, a devastating lateral blast blew off the entire northern side of the volcano. Searing hot gasses, traveling at 650 miles per hour, scorched trees nearly twenty miles away. The mountain instantly lost 1300' in elevation. A slurry of mud, ash and melting ice inundated the landscape, which was then buried in 540 million tons of ash, and fifty-seven people lost their lives. In 1987, just seven years after the historic eruption and the first year climbers were allowed back on the mountain, Jeffrey Ryan ascended Mount St. Helens. In 2017, he went back to climb it again and to explore the areas affected by the eruption. 'Blast' is the first-hand account of what he observed during the hard-charging mountaineering days of his 30s and, most poignantly, what he saw through the eyes of a well-seasoned hiker with thousands of miles under his feet. Many thought that the scars of the eruption might never heal, and some are still vivid to be sure. But the mountain and surrounding ridges and valleys have rebounded at an inspiring rate. Ryan takes us along with him deep into the blast zone, onto the mountain's summit and into the backcountry, where the recovery of the area is most vivid and affirming. In addition to Ryan's narrative, 'Blast' includes helpful advice about exploring Mount St. Helens National Monument, one of the Northwest's most interesting natural areas.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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