Mountaineers Books Alaska Adventure 55 Ways: Southcentral Wilderness Explorations
Rebooting a 1972 classic, Mountaineers Books Alaska Adventure 55 Ways covers a diverse range of activities for year-round fun, from quick day trips to adventures that could extend to a week or longer.
- Originally published in 1972 as 55 Ways to the Wilderness in Southcentral Alaska, this guide has been fully updated and reinvented in Alaska Adventure 55 Ways
- New and substantially revised trips with all-new full-color photos and maps throughout
- Features hiking, skiing, paddling, biking and more—with an emphasis on enjoyable adventures that don't require highly technical skills or demanding levels of athletic fitness
- Featured trips also don't require expensive flights to remote locations
- Puts an emphasis on traverses and loop trips for both summer and winter, always with simpler and shorter options
- With family-friendly shorter options and trip extensions adding up to more than a hundred "ways" to adventure, this guide is great for all ages
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This robust reboot covers a diverse range of activities for year-round fun, from quick day trips to adventures that could extend to a week or longer, including canoe trails, wilderness cabins, easy summits, forest walks, cross-country ski routes, summer mountain biking and winter fat bike trails, wild skating, and more.
John Wolfe Jr. and Rebecca Wolfe, a father-daughter team, describe activities spanning the broad swath of Southcentral Alaska, 300 miles north to south and 350 miles east to west. The guide features activities on the lakes and peaks of the Kenai Peninsula, the Anchorage front range, the Matanuska and Susitna Valleys, and the Copper River basin, taking in Chugach and Denali State Parks, Chugach National Forest, Kenai Fjords and Wrangell St. Elias National Parks, several wildlife refuges, and portions of the Iditarod National Historic Trail. With an emphasis on adventures regular people can enjoy and destinations that don't require highly technical skills, expensive flights to remote locations, or demanding levels of athletic fitness, this guide appeals to all ages, with family-friendly shorter options and trip extensions adding up to more than a hundred "ways" to adventure.
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8 x 6.75 inches
Rebecca Wolfe and John Wolfe Jr.
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