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Wilderness Press Catalog SprSum2009

Wilderness Press Catalog SprSum2009

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Published by Travis Bryant
This is the catalog for Wilderness Press and for the Spring and Summer 2009 season.

Inside you will find the best hiking, biking and trail maps for the Western US and Pacific Northwest region. For almost 45 years Wilderness Press has been cranking out award winning and unbelievably accurate maps and books.

Take a look and let us know what you think!
www.wildernesspress.com
This is the catalog for Wilderness Press and for the Spring and Summer 2009 season.

Inside you will find the best hiking, biking and trail maps for the Western US and Pacific Northwest region. For almost 45 years Wilderness Press has been cranking out award winning and unbelievably accurate maps and books.

Take a look and let us know what you think!
www.wildernesspress.com

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Published by: Travis Bryant on Mar 18, 2009
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2009 SPRING • SUMMER CATALOG
 
 
New Releases, 1Northern California, 10Sierra Nevada, 12Southern California, 14California, 15Southwest & Rockies, 16Pacific Northwest & WesternCanada, 17Hawaii, East Coast& Midwest 19National Parks, 20Rails-to-Trails & Backcountry Driving, 21Urban Trekking & WalkingSeries, 22Paddling, 23Surfing & Climbing, 24General Interest Outdoors, 26Maps, 28Nature Study Guides, 29Index, 30Wilderness Press Favorites 32Trade OrderingInformation, 33
 Wilderness Press is a distributor for:
1345 8th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710
800-443-7227 or 510-558-1666 • Fax: 510-558-1696
Roslyn Bullas
• Associate Publisher •
 
editor@wildernesspress.com
Heather Harrison
• Sales Director •
sales@wildernesspress.com
Paul Purcell
• Customer Service Manager •
info@wildernesspress.com
Emily White
• Marketing & Publicity •
 
 publicity@wildernesspress.com
Wilderness Press
table of contents
Beartooth Mountain PressBerkeley Path Wanderers Assoc.Caboandcoral.comCasagrande PressDiamond Valley Company Hikingcamping.comImus GeographicsKnow DeFeet PublishingLow Pressure PublicationsMichel Digonnet PublishingNature Study GuildOnsight Photography &PublishingRocky Mountain BooksRolling Youth PressRunning Water PublicationsSave Mount DiabloSedobe Travel GuidesSempervirens FundSuperTopoThe Trail CenterWilderness Press is a proud member of The Conservation Alliance, a non-profit organization of outdoor businesses whose collective annual membership dues support local grassroots groups intheir efforts to protect wild and natural areas. One hundred percent of Alliance member dues areawarded to citizen-action organizations.
Front cover photo © Kathy and Craig Copeland,
North Cascades National Park
 
At & Afld Ilad empir
A Comprehensive Hiking Guide
DAvID AnD JennIFeR MoneY hARRIS
The Inland Empire—the area east o Los Angeles and located primar-ily in San Bernardino and Riverside counties—is known as SouthernCaliornia’s big backyard. And with its mountain, oothill, valley, anddesert recreational opportunities, it’s a hiker’s paradise.
 Aoot & Afeld Inland Empire
describes nearly 200 noteworthy hikes ranging romeasy to very strenuous in this rst comprehensive hiking guide to thelength and breadth o Inland Empire. These hikes explore SouthernCaliornia’s three tallest mountains, the stark beauty o the highdesert, including Joshua Tree National Park and Mojave NationalPreserve, as well as trails that wind through urban and regionalparks. Each hike is shown on custom-created maps that also includeGPS waypoints: the maps alone are worth the price o the book.
Downloadable tracks and waypoints that lead to trailheads,destinations, and critical points along the hike are included oruse with a GPS.
The authors have written several other books including coau-thoring the classic
San Bernardino Mountain Trails.
With a population o over 4 million, this area is the astestgrowing in Caliornia and is the 14th largest metro region inthe U.S.
Available March 2009$21.95, 1st edition400 pages, 6 x 9, paper ISBN 978-0-89997-462-0
Custom-created mapsinclude GPS waypoints for junctions and points of interest 
 
Lower Santa Ana River Trail
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Constance Peak14
W117 00.657N34 08.0495727’W117 01.329N34 07.2134632’
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Cram Peak
W117 02.443N34 06.1614624’
Morton Peak
W117 04.631N34 05.5722803’.
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W117 06.539N34 05.7211875’
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 New Releases
 
Wilderness Press
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