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Adventure Hikes and Canyoneering in the San Gabriels

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Adventure Hikes and Canyoneering in the San Gabriels
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Publisher: Dankat Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 0966740904

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Each page in this collection describes a different adventure hike. In each case, the author tried to give as much useful information as possible without spoiling the sense of adventure. For each hike maps are provided, with marked prominent features, obstacles or navigational aids. Many photographs are included, so that the reader can gauge his or her own willingness to tackle some of the challenges described herein.

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