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eBook Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Sonora Pass to Pine Creek: Hiking, Backpacking, Rustic Resorts, History, Camping, Picnicking, Wildflowers Autumn Color, Horseback Riding Pack Stations ePub

by Sharon Giacomazzi

eBook Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Sonora Pass to Pine Creek: Hiking, Backpacking, Rustic Resorts, History, Camping, Picnicking, Wildflowers  Autumn Color, Horseback Riding  Pack Stations ePub
Author: Sharon Giacomazzi
Language: English
ISBN: 0939431327
ISBN13: 978-0939431328
Publisher: Bored Feet Pubns; 1 edition (October 31, 2005)
Pages: 200
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 730
Formats: doc rtf mobi txt
ePub file: 1353 kb
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Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons Sonora Pass to Pine Creek Hiking Backpacking Rustic Resorts History.

book by Sharon Giacomazzi. Bestselling Sierra an Giacomazzi’s second book has been published. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.

Hiking, Backpacking, Rustic Resorts, History, Camping, Picnicking, Wildflowers & Autumn Color, Horseback Riding & Pack Stations. by Sharon Giacomazzi. Published October 31, 2005 by Bored Feet Pubns.

Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Sonora Pass to Pine Creek: Hiking, Backpacking, Rustic Resort. y. .Sharon Giacomazzi is a dedicated Sierra Nevada hiker who happens to be an avid history buff and born storyteller.

Sharon Giacomazzi is a dedicated Sierra Nevada hiker who happens to be an avid history buff and born storyteller. Sharon's love affair with the Sierra began early, as soon as she learned to walk. She grew up on a large ranch in the foothills below Kings Canyon National Park. When Sharon wasn't asleep or in school, she wandered the hills, wild and free, on foot or horseback.

Lone Pine Lake yesterday. Funny enough, not one set of tracks to Lake. As of today you could get to about. 5 mile before turn off to lake with no crampons or snowshoes. Walk approaching trailhead TREACHEROUS with ice. Pictures from phone do not do justice to beauty. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.

Hiking the Grand Canyon is the most intimate and profound experiences one could have with nature. With every step, the rugged terrain introduces a new perspective of the depths that make up the Grand Canyon. There are several Grand Canyon hiking trips to choose from. From backcountry backpacking hikes or backpacking with mule assist, to hiking then camping or staying at a Grand Canyon hotel, there is a hiking trip for you. Guided hikes can range approximately anywhere from 14 to 44 miles over 3 to 7 days or so. It really depends on the hike you chose and which guide service you are hiring.

California's Sierra Nevada mountains are full of stunning hikes. The dazzling change of the leaves on these trees comes and goes so quickly you’ve got be moving fast to catch the immensity of it all. But the adventures that await you while you’re chasing the season’s turn is what life is all about!

eastern sierra lakes map Eastern Sierra Nevada. Check out these epic hikes in Southern California that are perfect for a day out in nature. Camping has the potential to become the best vacation for everyone.

eastern sierra lakes map Eastern Sierra Nevada. If you're a nature lover who can't wait to take a hike in the great outdoors, then you'll love these SoCal trails that show off its stunning landscapes. It can be a superb adventure to experience with babies, buddies as well as just with your husband or wife. The best going camping tips guide to have the coolest time along with your kids.

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Bestselling Sierra hiker/author/historian Giacomazzi’s second book has been published. Sharon has spent the last dozen years exploring the Eastern Sierra to present the multifaceted treasures to be found in Eastern Sierra canyons north of Bishop.This handy guide covers 25 different canyons, some well known, others utterly obscure, but all well worth exploring. Each chapter covers a canyon, presenting at least one or two hikes in detail. She also describes the best campgrounds, which canyons have rustic resorts, where to find the best wildflowers, waterfalls and autumn color, and how to get yourself or your family on horseback in these canyons for those who would rather ride than hike (or do a combination of both). The book includes easy-to-read maps for each canyon by renowned artist and map drawer Marsha Mello. The eye-catching cover photograph by marvelous Sierra photographer Claude Fiddler will have people reaching for this handy guide for years to come. 200 pages, 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”, 81 phptographs including 26 in full color in an 8-page color insert, 20 maps, bibliography, index.
I'm a Russian Occupant
I have hiked many of the canyons along the northern Eastern Sierra and was consequently motivated to buy this book. I was not disappointed. It is written by a person who is passionate, knowledgeable and experienced about the outdoors and who does an excellent job of providing background history and detailed descriptions of the canyons of the northern Eastern Sierras. It is an perfect guide and companion for deciding which areas to explore in this area and I highly recommend it.
Androwyn
I really like this book. I have spent a lot of time in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains and always wondered where the good trails and places off of Highway 395 were. This book has helped me discover and begin planning trips to a few of them. it is loaded with information. With the addition of more comprehensive maps, your options for adventure are limitless.
fetish
This is an excellent book with very good trail descriptions on the northern Sierra ranges from the eastern side. The author gives interesting historical and geographic tidbits throughout the book and keeps the book lively, and very informative.

There are no other trail books that are like this for the East Sierra that blends cultural, natural history and good trail descriptions into one handy book.

I only wish the author also had a book on the southern Sierra trails; I'd buy it in a heartbeat!
Thohelm
I used this book to plan a 2 week trip in the Eastern Sierra, carrying it with me on walks and reading it daily to better understand the local history. Sharon really did her homework with the historical references, and I didn't encounter any errors. All destinations were very well explained and her tips were invaluable.
Fonceiah
Best guidebook for the Eastern Sierras! Diverse hikes, with lots of key information (e.g. how rough roads are to get to the trailheads), and even some geology/natural history!
Kulalas
Short descriptions of great trails. Most of these are not overrun with backpackers. This author adds some local history into her guidebooks and we have two. Hope she writes more.
KiddenDan
The book provides an invaluable service by describing the eastern escarpment valley by valley,from north to south with trails, passes, lodges, lakes, campsites, and parking areas. For anyone who wants to explore the Eastern Sierras beyond the inspiring panorama from Highway 395, this is an indispensable book.
Utterly useless. Missing important details like cumulative elevation gain;. Incredibly amateurish maps. Incredibly stupid and misguidedly opinionated author commentary. Downright ugly photos of a place that should give any photographer a huge wealth of good images to choose from. Seriously poor text wrap for images choices. Ugly, ugly font choices and misguided typography. Honestly, the dumbest guidebook I have ever seen. It's hard to imagine anyone using this to plan a trip from. Quit trolling through drivel. Buy a copy of 100 Hikes in California's Central Sierra and Coast Range and find somewhere to actually go for a hike. If Amazon had "look inside" pages on the web site, I'd have never bought this, and wouldn't have to go through the trouble of returning it.
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