|Author: Tom/ Leonard Stienstra|
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|"Moon Spotlight Olympic Peninsula Camping and Hiking" is a 115-page compact guide covering the region''s best camping and hiking sights -- including Brothers Wilderness, Olympic National Forest, and Wonder Mountain Wilderness -- perfect for campers or hikers looking for a back-country campsite or a place to pitch a tent. Each camp listing has at-a-glance icons that indicate nearby hiking or biking trails, swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, and hot springs. You''ll also learn what campsites and trails allow dogs. Hiking descriptions include distance, estimated hiking time, and a rating for difficulty. Outdoors writers Tom Stienstra and Scott Leonard provide easy-to-follow maps, and clear driving directions lead campers and hikers to the best of the Olympic Peninsula''s wilderness spots.|
From the Publisher:
Moon Olympic Peninsula Camping & Hiking offers focused travel information and the unique perspective of outdoor experts Tom Stienstra and Scott Leonard. In this easy-to-carry guide, you'll find trail and campground descriptions, straightforward maps, and tips on nearby recreation. Camping profiles provide scenic ratings and list available amenities. Hiking profiles include difficulty ratings and information on the length of each hike. Whether you're looking for a day hike or a weekend getaway, Moon Olympic Peninsula Camping & Hiking is packed with great ideas and advice.||This Spotlight guide is excerpted from Moon Washington Camping and Moon Washington Hiking. These two Moon Outdoors guides cover the best outdoor recreation in the state, including the Olympic Peninsula, the Puget Sound, Mount Baker and the Northern Cascades, and Mount Rainier and the Columbia River Gorge.