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eBook Arkansas: A Guide to Backcountry Travel Adventure (Guides to Backcountry Travel Adventure,) ePub

by Bryan Hendricks

eBook Arkansas: A Guide to Backcountry Travel  Adventure (Guides to Backcountry Travel  Adventure,) ePub
Author: Bryan Hendricks
Language: English
ISBN: 0964858479
ISBN13: 978-0964858473
Publisher: Out There Pr (March 1, 1999)
Pages: 423
Category: United States
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 608
Formats: rtf txt mbr lit
ePub file: 1700 kb
Fb2 file: 1489 kb

Each area is described in detail, including contact information, directions to get there, the topography of the area, allowed activities, and the particular "do and do not's" of the site.

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Arkansas: A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure (Guides to Backcountry Travel & Adventure,)
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Arkansas A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure, by Bryan Hendricks, is in my opinion, the best source for information about outdoor activities in Arkansas currently available. I have read several titles that have promised useful information on this subject, but Mr. Hendricks' book has got the most complete listings of places to go and things to do in the most reader-friendly format of any of my previous purchases. I have 3 young children, and accurate information is vital to me when it comes to planning a trip. This book lets me know exactly what to expect when I'm considering a weekend jaunt with my family. Nothing can ruin an otherwise nice outing for me more than getting to a place and finding it totally different than it has been described to me. I have already been to several of the recreation areas mentioned in this book, and have found the author's assessments to be right on track. Therefore, I feel like I can trust Mr. Hendricks' observations when I am planning future excursions with my family. Arkansas A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure, published by Out There Press, covers every region of the state in an easy-to-use layout, complete with locations, maps, activities permitted, contact information, ranger station locations, and also gives you names of businesses in the immediate area which may be of use while on an outing. Everything is easy to understand, with emphasis placed on hiking, camping, canoeing, fishing, and my personal favorite, mountain biking. It is so hard to get accurate information on what is permitted, and when and where, that the contacts included with the book will make it a valuable refernce for years to come. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to find outdoor activities in Arkansas, as I feel there is not a single wasted page between its covers.
Vizuru
Arkansas: A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure, written by Bryan Hendricks, is in my opinion, by far the best book currently available for the outdoor enthusiast in Arkansas. After having purchased and/or read several titles of this genre, Mr. Hendricks' book provides the most complete and objective overviews of outdoor activities in every region of Arkansas. The maps are accurate and easy to read, as are the descriptions of services available and activities permitted by state and local laws. As a father of three young children, it is important that when we travel, I have the most accurate and up to date information about our destination as is possible. I trust Mr. Hendricks' evaluations as listed in his book, as I have already visited several of the featured areas and have found his appraisals honest and observant. I am an avid mountain bicyclist, and I have found it difficult to find reliable information about sanctioned places outside my immediate locality in which I can ride. Most others books on the market woefully ignore mountain biking as a legitimate sport, while Mr. Hendricks gives it equal billing with more conventional pastimes such as camping, hiking, boating, and fishing (which I also enjoy immensely). I have noticed a trend in which authors write books about their "favorite" or "the best" place(s) to go in Arkansas. This is fine, but I've found that my family's taste differs from the offerings in these books, and we are often disappointed in the end. "Arkansas: A Backcountry Guide to Travel & Adventure" has more information on more natural habitats in Arkansas than the previously mentioned types of books, and also offers subjective commentary about each of these locations. Each area is described in detail, including contact information, directions to get there, the topography of the area, allowed activities, and the particular "do and do not's" of the site. I will conclude this by saying that as a native Arkansawyer myself, this book has really opened up my options for outdoor recreation, and I'm sure that anyone purchasing this title will not be disappointed.
Ricep
I recently read the book "Arkansas, A Guide to Backcountry Travel and Adventure", written by Bryan Hendricks in anticipation of a combined canoe and back-country exploration of the Buffalo River Area in North west Arkansas. I was pleasantly surprised to find all the information I needed for both the canoe trip and back country hiking trip contained in the same book! Usually, my trips require purchase of at least two different books: one for the whitewater and one for the back-country; but not in this case. This is the first time I've planned a combined journey with the luxury of finding all the needed information, map references, portages, and trail heads in one comprehensive volume. Great work, Bryan!
I was also fascinated upon further reading by the anecdotal information in the book which made for an interesting and "not-so-dry" read. The story of the "Legend of Boggy Creek" was particularly enjoyable and should provide a good discussion point for any family camping trip.
Thanks again for the excellent book and perhaps I'll see Mr. Hendricks on the Buffalo River this April.
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