Exploring the Oregon Coast Trail

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Exploring the Oregon Coast Trail offers detailed route descriptions for 40 consecutive day hikes, beginning at the Columbia River and ending at the California border.

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    • Includes mile-by-mile maps for most hikes, historical and current photographs, driving directions and logistics such as tidal considerations and arranging boat rides
    • Features articles on the history and personalities that make hiking the OCT possible
    • Author: Connie Soper
    • Softcover; 298 pages; color and black-and-white photos and maps
    • Dragonfly Press; copyright 2015

    Made in USA.

    If you have ever taken even a shoret walk on any beach in Oregon, you have been on the Oregon Coast Trail. This wonderfully scenic and diverse trail extends nearly 400 miles from the Columbia River to the California border, with over half of those miles on sand. This book provides the information you need to complete the entire trail, or to enjoy segments of it as a series of day hikes. It also provides insights on chapters of Oregon's coastal history that make hiking the OCT a special and unique experience. In doing so, it reminds us to celebrate Oregon's open beaches and not take them for granted.
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