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The Creaky Knees Guide Washington, 2nd Edition: The 100 Best Easy Hikes (Paperback)
Find the best easy hiking trails across Washington state with this friendly guide to the best 100 day hikes in the state!
This day-hiking guidebook features the best 100 low-impact trails in the state from the Olympic Peninsula and Mount Rainier National Park to Eastern Washington. Written in an informative style that will appeal to anyone, regardless of age, the guide covers hikes in 10 regions throughout the state as well urban hikes and walks.
Each trail description includes elevation gains, including a topographical map; clear, up-to-date driving directions; mileage and estimated hiking time; trail conditions; and more. Creaky Knees hiking guides are perfect for aging baby boomers, seniors, those traveling with small children, and anyone else interested more in a stroll than a climb.
Also available in the Creaky Knees series: The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon The Creaky Knees Guide Northern California The Creaky Knees Guide Pacific Northwest National Parks and Monuments
About the Author
SEABURY BLAIR JR. spent many years as the outdoor columnist for The Bremerton Sun, where one of his most popular features was the “Hike o’ the Month.” He is an avid backcountry skier and hiker, and lives in Spokane, WA.
He is also the author of Wild Roads Washington; the Creaky Knees Guide series of easy hiking books (titles cover Washington, Oregon, and Pacific Northwest National Parks and Monuments); the Day Hike! series of easy hikes that you can do in a day (titles cover the Central Cascades, the North Cascades, Mount Rainier, the Olympic Peninsula, the Columbia Gorge, and Spokane/Coeur d'Alene).
"[The Creaky Knees Guide will] help you get started in exploring the Evergreen State." —The Columbian
“You’ll soon find that these will be your go-to guides for enjoyable jaunts in the great outdoors.” —Trailblazer Girl