Menasha Ridge Press Five-Star Trails: Chattanooga - 2nd Edition

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Explore 40 of the best trails from the lofty Appalachians to the rugged Cumberland Plateau with Five-Star Trails: Chattanooga from Menasha Ridge Press and see for yourself why it's called Scenic City.

  • Features

    • Divided into 6 distinct areas in and around the city, this guide features 40 of the best hiking trails near Chattanooga, a city centered on the banks of the Tennessee River
    • Centered on the banks of the Tennessee River, Chattanooga is flanked to the east by the lofty Southern Appalachian Mountains and to the west by the rugged Cumberland Plateau
    • This is the guidebook for a hiker seeking an arduous climb to a scenic overlook as much as it is for a weekend walker who wants an easy trail for his or her family
    • All of the routes stay true to the book's title, based on the series' rating system for scenery, trail condition, suitability for children, difficulty level and solitude
    • To be selected, each trail must truly shine in one or more of those areas while, at the same time, all of the trails combine to offer diversity for a wide range of hikers

    Made in USA.

    From the publisher: With the expert guidance of Tennessee author Johnny Molloy, take a ramble through the backcountry of the Cohutta Wilderness, trek to a natural bridge on the Cumberland Plateau, enjoy a history-rich stroll along a Civil War battlefield, or a make quick escape on a greenway near your home.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Hiking

    Dimensions

    7.9 x 5 inches

    Author(s)

    Johnny Molloy

    Number of Pages

    256

    Format

    Paperback

    ISBN-13

    9781634043052

    Publisher

    Menasha Ridge Press

    Copyright Year

    2020

    State / Province

    Tennessee

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