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  1. Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? by Carmela LaVigna Coyle, 2003-02-01
  2. Hiking Grand Canyon National Park, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) by Ron Adkison, 2006-03-01
  3. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Backpacking and Hiking by Jason Stevenson, 2010-04-06
  4. Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) by Erik Molvar, Tamara Martin, 2005-06-01
  5. Hiking Trails of North Georgia by Tim Homan, 1997-02
  6. Hiking Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Regional Hiking Series) by Kevin Adams, 2003-04-01
  7. Hiking North Carolina, 2nd: A Guide to Nearly 500 of North Carolina's Greatest Hiking Trails (State Hiking Series) by Randy Johnson, 2007-02-01
  8. Backpacker's Start-Up: A Beginner's Guide to Hiking and Backpacking (Start-Up Sports series) by Doug Werner, 1999-05-01
  9. Hiking Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks, 3rd: A Guide to More Than 60 of the Area's Greatest Hiking Adventures (Regional Hiking Series) by Erik Molvar, 2007-01-01
  10. Hiking Washington's History (A Samuel and Althea Stroum Book) by Judy Bentley, 2010-10-01
  11. Long-Distance Hiking: Lessons from the Appalachian Trail by Roland Mueser, 1997-11-01
  12. Hiking the Camino: 500 Miles with Jesus by Dave Pivonka, 2009-05
  13. Hooked on Hiking: Northern California: 50 Hiking Adventures by Bart Wright, Tim Lohnes, et all 2009-04-08
  14. Day Hiking North Cascades: Mount Baker, Mountain Loop Highway, San Juan Islands by Craig Romano, 2008-04-07

1. Hiking And Backpacking - Hiking And
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2. American Hiking Society
American hiking Society the only national organization dedicated to serving hikers and protecting hiking trails.
Receive our FREE e-newsletter! Email: Questions about your membership with American Hiking Society? Call 1-800-972-8608 In 2007, American Hiking received a
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American Hiking Society is the only national organization dedicated to promoting and protecting America’s hiking trails, the natural areas that surround them, and the hiking experience itself.
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The recent abduction and slaying of 24-year-old Meredith Emerson, a Georgia hiker who disappeared New Year’s Day, is deeply saddening. In light of this tragedy, American Hiking Society wishes to express our deepest condolences to Ms. Emerson’s loved ones and friends.
All hikers should feel safe on the trail, and all should enjoy the outdoors and immersion in nature free from harm. American Hiking Society encourages hikers to take safety precautions on our nation’s trails including hiking with a companion when possible, informing others of their itineraries and trusting their instincts out on the trail.

3. Hiking - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Article with definitions and an overview of hazards, etiquette and impact on the environment.
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Jump to: navigation search For the nautical definition, see Hiking (sailing) Eagle Creek , Oregon hiking The most common symbols used in trail blazing A hiking trail marker. Hiking is a form of walking , undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery. It usually takes place on trails in rural or wilderness areas. The word 'hiking' is understood in all English-speaking countries, but there are differences in usage. In some places, off-trail hiking is called 'cross-country hiking', 'bushwhacking', or 'bushbashing'. In the United Kingdom , hiking is a slightly old-fashioned word, with a flavor more of heartiness and exercise than of enjoying the outdoors; the activity described here would be called 'hillwalking' or simply 'walking'. Australians use the term 'bushwalking' for both on- and off-trail hiking. New Zealanders use 'tramping' (particularly for overnight and longer trips), 'walking' or 'bushwalking'. Hiking in the mountainous regions of India and Nepal is sometimes called 'trekking'. Overnight hiking is called '

4. Hiking | Hikes
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5. Hiking Web Site - Hiking Information
Is hiking right for you? The hiking information you need to make it both fun and safe tips, gear lists, how to get started, challenges, and more.
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Home Hiking Gear Stores ... Search This Page: Home Hiking Here is the hiking information you need to decide if it is right for you, and to make it more interesting, enjoyable, and safe. Is hiking right for you? The introductory articles in the first section will help you decide. Already a hiker or know you want to be? The second section contains articles and hiking information on topics of interest to hikers of all skill levels from the causal day hiker to the long distance ultralight backpacker. The gear section of the web site focuses primarily on equipment, clothes, and materials for the more serious hiker, especial for those hikers interested in backpacking or overnight hikes. Introductory information Introduction - What hiking is all about Why Go - Investigate the benefits of hiking How To Hike - Learning what you need to know to enjoy hiking Hiking Ethics - Behaving in the wilderness so we can all enjoy it Pets in the Wilderness - Being responsible for your pets Information to help make your hiking more enjoyable Hiking Seasons - A gear rating system based on expected condition
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6. USGS Recreation
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Current news and developing issues affecting hikers heath and safety. Current News and Developing Issues Affecting Biking Activities Current news and developing issues affecting bikers heath and safety. Adventure Cycling Association With 41,100 members, Adventure Cycling is the nation's largest recreational bicycling association. The association focuses on getting people cycling for both fitness and adventure. Information on Adventure Cycling Routes and Maps Alabama Northeast "The Chainlink" Bicycling Club Alabama Northeast Bicycle Club (NEABC) exists to promote safe road and mountain biking. Promote the healthy benefits of cycling by planning and sponsoring quality cycling-related events, and by encouraging both recreational cycling and cycling as a viable means of transportation. American Frontiers A Public Lands Journey - Follow American Frontiers on a route that stretches from Mexico to Canada, entirely on public lands. Trace the teams' journey day by day as they rode, drove, hiked,and boated towards their destination - Pine Valley Campground in Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Use interactive Trek Maps, Earth Analytic 3-D Topographic Maps, Searchable Topographic Maps, Terrafly Flyover Maps, and various visual information.

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9. Hiking And Backpacking Guide | GORP
GORP s comprehensive guide to hiking and backpacking. Provides trail finders, gear guides, and hiking tips .
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10. Acadia National Park - Hiking (U.S. National Park Service)
Check out the hiking trail difficulty sheet (pdf 53kb) for a small selection Read more about winter hiking if you re thinking about hiking in Acadia
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11. Arizona Hiking Trails - Phoenix Hiking - Arizona Outdoor Adventures - Azcentral.
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Whatever’s the case, one thing is certain We go hiking for only one reason. And that reason is to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.
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    For some, it started on a family vacation to some town in the backcountry when to keep themselves occupied for the whole eight-hour drive, their parents or family members must have handed them a copy of Backpacking: One Step at a Time. Or it could be that they’ve been doing it for so long it was hard to remember a time when they haven’t been strapping on boots and walking for miles in the wild outdoors.
    Whatever’s the case, one thing is certain: We go hiking for only one reason. And that reason is to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.
    You always recognize a first time hiker the minute you see him or her approach, hobbling under at least 50 pounds on the back (for a two-night trip!) comprised of a backcountry pack that is the equivalent of the Beverly Hillbillies’ flatbed, a 10-pound tent, a pair of running shoes, a dozen bagels, and lots more watchamaccallits which he insists might come in handy during the trip.
    It’s an amusing picture, to be sure, but true for almost every hardened backcountry veteran out there the first time they started hiking. Not to worry though. If you’re one of the newbies to hiking, it won’t take long for you to put enough miles on the boots. As time goes, you’ll find yourself picking up some decent sense of fine-tuning your art along the way, until your pack finally no longer resembles a truck and you no longer carry nearly as many bagels.

13. Georgia Trails
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Songbird Trail Big Trees Trail More changed trails... Quick links The Appalachian Trail Trails with waterfalls Scenic Trails Trails by City ... About North Georgia Backpacker Magazine Duluth Massage North Georgia Mountain Outfitters, Ellijay Welcome to Georgia's original site for outdoor adventure! Trailmasters Randy and Pam Golden's first hiking book is now availble at stores across the Atlanta area or order 60 Hikes within 60 Miles of Atlanta from Georgia Trail: Eyes on Wildlife Trail Fun loop trail that was poorly marked the last time we hiked it. Visit Eyes on Wildlife Trail More Trails Featured Index: Hikes in Georgia that permit camping Hikes that begin at a campground or permit camping along the hike. Visit Hikes in Georgia that permit camping More Trail indexes Georgia Parks: One of our favorite places to take a hike has to be Carter's Lake, formed by the Coosawattee River west of Ellijay. Read more about the lake and its history, then visit some great hiking trails! Visit

14. Vermont Hiking Guides, Vermont Hiking Trails And Hiking Vacations
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15. New England Hiking And Backpacking
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17. Hiking Travel Guide - New York Times Travel
A hiking travel guide from The New York Times. Find the best destinations for hiking.

18. Blue Ridge Hiking And The Appalachian Trail
hiking trails including the Appalachian Trail in the Blue Ridge, Great Smoky and Appalachian Mountain regions of NC VA TN GA and WV.
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19. Hiking Lake Tahoe, Desolation Wilderness, South Lake Tahoe Hiking Trails
Your online hiking guide to Lake Tahoe and surrounding areas. Featuring South Lake Tahoe and West Shore hiking trails, enjoy!

20. Utah Hiking And Backpacking |
Provides information on hiking destinations in the state and its national parks.
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The best way to experience the diverse landscapes of Utah is by walking through them. Utah has some very remote areas that are accessible only to serious backpackers, but routes to other stunningly beautiful scenes are merely "pleasant walks." You'll find that once you get off the beaten path on foot, or even on horseback , Utah's mountains and deserts will "open up" for you in unexpected ways. There are five prominent hiking regions. Click on a link below to learn about these regions and some of the best trails within each region. The Utah section of the Great Western Trail provides great opportunities for hiking, snowmobiling, ATVing and other activities. It runs north/south through the center of the state. Some of Utah's bike trails are also great for hiking. Utah's excellent guides and outfitters can truly enhance your adventures. Guided hiking trips vary from half-day hiking clinics to multi-day backpacking expeditions. Specialty walking tours focus on ecology, history, geology, or archaeology. Many ranches statewide even provide the chance to do your wandering on horseback, for an hour, or a day, or several days. View a list of Utah's professional backpacking hiking horse packing and trail rides guides and outfitters.

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