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  1. Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? by Carmela LaVigna Coyle, 2003-02-01
  2. Hiking Grand Canyon National Park, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) by Ron Adkison, 2006-03-01
  3. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Backpacking and Hiking by Jason Stevenson, 2010-04-06
  4. Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) by Erik Molvar, Tamara Martin, 2005-06-01
  5. Hiking Trails of North Georgia by Tim Homan, 1997-02
  6. Hiking Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Regional Hiking Series) by Kevin Adams, 2003-04-01
  7. Hiking North Carolina, 2nd: A Guide to Nearly 500 of North Carolina's Greatest Hiking Trails (State Hiking Series) by Randy Johnson, 2007-02-01
  8. Backpacker's Start-Up: A Beginner's Guide to Hiking and Backpacking (Start-Up Sports series) by Doug Werner, 1999-05-01
  9. Hiking Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks, 3rd: A Guide to More Than 60 of the Area's Greatest Hiking Adventures (Regional Hiking Series) by Erik Molvar, 2007-01-01
  10. Hiking Washington's History (A Samuel and Althea Stroum Book) by Judy Bentley, 2010-10-01
  11. Long-Distance Hiking: Lessons from the Appalachian Trail by Roland Mueser, 1997-11-01
  12. Hiking the Camino: 500 Miles with Jesus by Dave Pivonka, 2009-05
  13. Hooked on Hiking: Northern California: 50 Hiking Adventures by Bart Wright, Tim Lohnes, et all 2009-04-08
  14. Day Hiking North Cascades: Mount Baker, Mountain Loop Highway, San Juan Islands by Craig Romano, 2008-04-07

1. Hiking Guide: Outdoor Information & Trail Maps |
A guide to hiking. Provides trail finders, gear guides, and hiking tips.

2. Hiking - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
hiking is an outdoor activity which consists of walking in natural environments, often on hiking trails. It is such a popular activity that there are numerous hiking
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the nautical definition, see Hiking (sailing) This article needs additional citations for verification
Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (May 2008) Hiking in Eagle Creek , Oregon Hiking is an outdoor activity which consists of walking in natural environments, often on hiking trails . It is such a popular activity that there are numerous hiking organizations worldwide. The health benefits of different types of hiking have been confirmed in studies. The word hiking is understood in all English-speaking countries , but there are differences in usage.
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A hiker from Boulder Colorado , at Rocky Mountain National Park In the United States and United Kingdom hiking refers to cross-country walking of a longer duration than a simple walk and usually over terrain where hiking boots are required. A day hike refers to a hike that can be completed in a single day, often applied to mountain hikes to a lake or summit, but not requiring an overnight camp, in which case the term

3. Hiking: Minnesota DNR
hiking • From long treks along the rugged coast of Lake Superior, to wandering the open spaces of the Minnesota River Prairie, you'll find plenty of hiking opportunities in

4. Hiking Web Site - Hiking Information
A basic introduction for hiking and backpacking beginners.
Hiking Information
Home Hiking Gear Stores ... Search This Page: Home Hiking Here is the hiking information you need to decide if it is right for you, and to make it more interesting, enjoyable, and safe. Is hiking right for you? The introductory articles in the first section will help you decide. Already a hiker or know you want to be? The second section contains articles and hiking information on topics of interest to hikers of all skill levels from the causal day hiker to the long distance ultralight backpacker. The gear section of the web site focuses primarily on equipment, clothes, and materials for the more serious hiker, especial for those hikers interested in backpacking or overnight hikes. Introductory information Introduction - What hiking is all about Why Go - Investigate the benefits of hiking How To Hike - Learning what you need to know to enjoy hiking Hiking Ethics - Behaving in the wilderness so we can all enjoy it Pets in the Wilderness - Being responsible for your pets Information to help make your hiking more enjoyable Hiking Seasons - A gear rating system based on expected condition
What Is It?

5. American Hiking Society
National nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting hiking and to establishing, protecting and maintaining foot trails in America. Listing of events and more than 130 member

6. Hiking & Rock Climbing - NYS Dept. Of Environmental Conservation
How to get information on hiking in the Adirondack and Catskill parks and other stateowned lands. How to recognize DEC trails.
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From the High Peaks of the Adirondacks to the sandy dunes of Long Island, DEC owns and maintains thousands of miles of hiking trails throughout New York State. These routes range from challenging mountain treks to easy afternoon strolls. Hiking opportunities abound for people of any interest or ability. Hiking trails are maintained on many areas of Forest Preserve land in the Adirondack and Catskill Parks as well as on State Forests, Wildlife Management Areas and Unique Areas.
Most trails are marked with color coded disks affixed to trees (see sample on this page). Trail guides and maps correspond to these markers. Trail register boxes are generally located near major access points and parking areas. Although most state-maintained trails are marked, hikers are encouraged to consult topographical maps or other guides when planning to venture into the backcountry. For DEC trail information in the Adirondacks, use the link in the left column. Elsewhere please call the local DEC Office of the area you plan to visit.

7. LocalHikes - Hikes And Trails Near U.S. Metropolitan Areas
See pictures, topo maps, elevation profiles, and ratings for great day hikes and hiking trails near U.S. Metropolitan Areas

8. Hiking: An Extensive Guide To Hiking Trails In The Adirondacks Mountains Of Upst
New York Resource Travel Directory on Backcountry hiking in the Adirondack Mountains. Also listing town attractions, hiking, canoeing, fishing, restaurants, lodgings and will
The 46 High Peaks Adirondack Hikers
Photo courtesy of Jim Grant The High Peaks Region is famous for its magnificant 46 peaks including Mt. Marcy, the highest peak in New york State, with an elevation of 5344' .The 46 peaks include the following mountains (listed in order of height):
Mt. Marcy, Algonquin Peak, Mt. Haystack, Mt. Skylight, Whiteface Mtn,Dix Mtn. , Gray Peak, Iroquois Peak , Basin Mtn., Gothics, Mt. Colden, Giant Mtn., Nippletop, Santanoni Peak, Mt. Redfield, Wright Peak, Saddleback Mtn., Panther Peak, Tabletop Mtn., Rocky Peak Ridge, Macomb Mtn., Armstrong Mtn. ,Hough Peak, Seward Mtn., Mt. Marshall, Allen Mtn., Big Slide Mtn., Esther Mtn. , Upper Wolfjaw, Lower Wolfjaw , Street Mtn., Phelps Mtn., Mt. Donaldson, Seymour Mtn., Sawteeth, Cascade Mtn., South Dix, Porter Mtn., Mt. Colvin, Mt. Emmons, Dial Mtn., East Dix, Blake, Cliff Mtn., Nye Mtn., and Couchsachraga Peak.
The Best of the Adirondacks Fall Hiking - Baxter Mountain
September, 2007
Jim Grant - contributing editor When I think of the best time of the year to hike in the Adirondacks, I recall the words of a forest ranger I'd met at Adirondack Loj headquarters at Heart Lake, "You just can't beat being in these peaks in the fall. The bugs are gone, the air is cool, and the color of the leaves, well, they'll make you stop what you're doing and make you think you'd gone to heaven."

9. AZventure In Hiking - Arizona Related Hiking Links, Including A Journal Of Hikes
Listing of Arizona-related hiking links. Includes a journal of hikes around the state.

10. Hiking Fitness Weight Loss Program & Health Spa Vacation Retreat, Not A Fat Farm
Looking for a fitness retreat and weight loss program, a weight loss spa, or even a FAT FARM SPA? Try our FIT FARM SPA instead! Ours is a different kind of weight loss health

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Get fit and lose weight at the Fitness Boot Camp in Rancho La Puerta, Mexico. Imagine basking in the early morning sunshine as you take in the breathtaking scenery around you. End the perfect day outdoors with a refreshing dip in the pool or taking in the beautiful organic gardens surrounding your hacienda. Hiking in the sunshine in Mexico is perfect to beat the winter blues and for losing extra pounds accumulated during the holidays. A hiking vacation is a fitness vacation with the luxury of a spa retreat and the structure of a boot camp. More than old style fat farms, fat camps or fit farms, this is a kick start fitness program that shifts your metabolism from storing fat to burning fat. Integrating high level cardio activities with sound nutrition and detox principles you can see results ranging from substantial weight loss to dramatic increases in fitness, energy and vitality. "Leave it all behind you" and relax in our intimate and peaceful environment. Experience yourself as the strong, healthy, vibrant person you've always known you are. Let us guide you to that person, all it takes is an investment in yourself.
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At our fitness retreats, you will experience an active full day

11. Hiking In Lake Tahoe
Welcome to hiking in Lake Tahoe, the nets best resource for hiking information in the Tahoe Basin
Awesome website. Just what we were looking for and what we needed. Thank you for making our Tahoe trip even better! The Browns Surrounding the Lake Tahoe Basin are hundreds of miles of trails ranging from easy to strenuous, that branch off into unspoiled wilderness area, monitored by the U.S. Forest Service . As in all wilderness areas, weather conditions may change rapidly, be prepared even if only day hiking. In our Trails by Region Our guide to popular short hikes includes Eagle Falls/Eagle Lake, Emerald Bay/Vikingsholm, Glacier Meadow Loop, Loch Leven Lakes, Lower Lola Montez Lake, Marlette Lake, Rubicon Trail, Shirley Lake, Summit Lake, and Tunnel Creek Station. Heavenly and Squaw Valley USA round out the lineup. Learn to backpack this summer by backpacking! Discover your abilities in Backpacking 101! Click here for more information! Hiking in Tahoe is one thing but if you've wanted to try backpacking but weren't quite sure how to get started then please join the TRTA for our Backpacking 101 class. Led by our seasoned guides and stellar Snowcamping 101 instructors, Wayne McClelland and Jordan Summers, this class will go over all the basics of backpacking from what to bring and how to pack to choosing a campsite and cooking your meals. Our Horseback Trail coverage includes Bayview Trail, Big Meadows to Kingsbury, Brockway Summit to Tahoe City, Carson Pass to Highway 50, Meeks Bay Trail, Spooner Summit to Kingsbury, Spooner Summit to Tunnel Creek, and some Horseback Camping Tips. You will find information on

12. Hiking Alabama
A guide to several hiking trails in Alabama. The guide is intended to provide detailed trail descriptions for trails over 5 miles in length and is geared toward overnight hikes.
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13. Hiking: Information From
Walking, often among hills or mountains, as recreational sport. It represents an activity in its own right and also figures in backpacking , camping , hunting , mountaineering

14. Hiking In Dutchess County
Welcome to Dutchess County Tourism, the heart of the New York Hudson Valley

15. New Zealand Backcountry Hikes:Backpacking Backcountry Trips
New Zealand hiking, Hikes and Track Information. Collection of tracks and hiking photos.

16. Hiking And Backpacking Tips
hiking and backpacking Tips and info. You don't have to be a wilderness survival expert to go off tramping in the woods, but a person needs to have a sound grounding in the basics

Hiking and Backpacking Tips
You don't have to be a wilderness survival expert to go off tramping in the woods, but a person needs to have a sound grounding in the basics of the outdoors. It's the hiker's or backpacker's responsibility to obtain the necessary knowledge, preparation and equipment to ensure a safe hike.
Joining a group or club can be a great way to get some of the knowledge and training. Also, the following articles cover some of the basics every hiker should know:
L.L. Bean
has plenty of tips for making your hike great.
How to Pack Your Backpack
from GORP.
Painless Packing
from GORP.
Backpacking Light
offers feature articles, editorials, in-depth how-to articles, and comprehensive reviews of lightweight equipment.
Tent Insurance
care tips from GORP.
Taut Tents and Tight Tarps
from GORP.
Learn to Layer
from GORP.
What Equipment to Bring Along L.L. Bean has some advice on what gear you need, what to bring with you and what to leave at home when day hiking and backpacking. The Ten Essentials you must bring with you from GORP.

17. Hiking - - Product Reviews, Compare Prices, And Shop At
Shop for hiking. Price comparison, consumer reviews, and store ratings on

18. Lets Start Hiking ! ----- -----
Offers safety tips, general tips, and a database of hiking trails.

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Home Trails Tips ... Contact Us
Out and about and looking for a place to stay? You may want to try a rental cabin. Cabins Out for a hike and leave the lights on? If you need a jump start or any other towing services try Towing to find a towing service. Information Wanted
Start Hiking relies on your questions and feedback. If you have a hiking or backpacking question or problem please contact us. We will do everything possible to help you find the answer to your question. If you want to write an article or provide a resource for our webpage just use the contact form. Full credit will be given to the author. Have a tip or a trail? Or know of a trail that we don't have listed?
Send us the details and we'll get it on our site. Help us build the largest database of hiking trails on the Internet.
What To Pack
Start Hiking makes an attempt to give you suggestions on what to pack. Whether you're out for the day or a two or three nighter.

19. Tips
101+hiking tips. I was asked to present a talk titled 101 Plus hiking Tips and am sharing these tips here. Credit for these should go to many sources as I have followed the
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101+Hiking tips
I was asked to present a talk titled 101 Plus Hiking Tips and am sharing these tips here. Credit for these should go to many sources as I have followed the advice of many fellow hikers. Special mention should be made, however, of the experienced hikers that have contributed their knowledge to the BackpackingLight Mailing List and to two books; Ray Jardine's Beyond Backpacking and A Hiker's Companion Tips Index Packing and Unpacking Walking Clothing ... KitchenTips Packing and Unpacking
  • Putting on your pack: Grab the pack by its haul loop and one shoulder strap, and lift it to one bent knee. Turn your back into the pack while inserting one arm into its shoulder strap. The pack is now hanging from that shoulder. Continue to swing the pack around and insert the the other arm, elbow first, into its shoulder strap. Your waist belt should rest above and on your hip bones.
  • 20. Hiking Trails Arkansas - Horse Trails In Arkansas - Arkansas Trails
    When you want to get back to nature, check out some of the great hiking trails in Arkansas, scattered throughout ever part of the state. In addition, you’ll find many

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