Mountaineers Books  Olympic Mountains Trail Guide - 4th Edition

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Venture deep into the Washington's expansive Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest with the updated Olympic Mountains Trail Guide, which covers 206 incredible hikes in thorough detail.


  • This updated 4th edition includes 30 all-new trails for a total of 206 hikes that have all been rehiked and fact-checked for accuracy
  • Includes the original overview maps to help you along the way
  • Trail descriptions retain the classic tone of author Bob Wood, which reads like friend describing the hike they took last weekend in eloquent detail

Made in USA.

From the publisher: Olympic Mountains Trail Guide is a treasured, classic guidebook to one of the region's top hiking destinations. Reading Bob Wood's text is like having an old friend describe last weekend's hike to you. Wood passed away in 2003, but Bill Hoke, Doug Savage and volunteers from the Peninsula Wilderness Club picked up the reins to do a thorough update.

Every trail has been rehiked and fact checked. Every new trailhead or rerouted path is documented in the descriptions, and 30 all-new trails have been added, bringing the total number of hikes to 206 within Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest. But Wood's voice and even his original overview maps have been retained, lending this edition a classic tone while the information is decidedly current.
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