The Mountaineers Books Snowshoe Routes: New England Guide Book

The Mountaineers Books Snowshoe Routes: New England Guide Book
The Mountaineers Books Snowshoe Routes: New England Guide Book
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Snowshoe Routes: New England Guide Book by The Mountaineers Books
From the White Mountains in New Hampshire and Acadia National Park in Maine to the Berkshires in Massachusetts, the Northeast Kingdom in Vermont, and everything in-between, the Snowshoe Routes: New England Guide Book offers snowshoe route tips for people of all ages and abilities, from beginner to backcountry expert. Trips lead deep into snow-blanketed woods, past frozen waterfalls and lakes, up challenging peaks, and to scenic views only accessible by snowshoes. For each route, driving directions, level of difficulty, round-trip mileage, hiking time, and elevation gain are all noted. You'll also find helpful information on choosing the right snowshoes, what to wear, suggestions for safe winter driving, safety tips for backcountry snowshoeing, and much more.

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