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Tahoe Rim Trail

by Tim Hauserman
Publisher: Wilderness Press
Release Date: 2012-08-07
Genre: Travel
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN 13: 0899977111
ISBN 10: 9780899977119
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The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail is considered one of the world's premier trails. Accessible by hikers, equestrians, skiers and mountain bikers (for the non-wilderness portions), it winds completely around spectacular Lake Tahoe, the highest and largest alpine lake in North America. The trail crosses through six counties, three national forests, and two states and was completed in 2001 largely by volunteer labor. The best-selling Tahoe Rim Trail has been revised to reflect the latest conditions and routing of the trail and includes information for over 20 miles of new trail. Updated topographic maps depict the entire route, along with the easy (and fun) to read trail directions, the book includes fascinating information on the plants and animals you'll see along the trail, plus essential advice for planning a hike on the TRT, whether it's a day's outing or a 2-week circuit of the entire lake. The first and only how-to guide to this popular trail, it is the official guidebook of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association, whose mission is to improve, maintain and promote the trail.
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The Tahoe Rim Trail is a continuous trail that travels around the mountainous rim of the Lake Tahoe Basin. People from all over the world have come to Lake Tahoe to venture out on the Tahoe Rim Trail. Whether you've already experienced many of the amazing sites to see on the Tahoe Rim Trail or are hoping to one day visit it, Color the Tahoe Rim Trail will take you on the entire 165+ mile journey around Lake Tahoe. Color the Tahoe Rim Trail features 79 full page illustrations for you to color, and is the first in Jared Manninen's series of wilderness activity books. Through engaging activities, tales of lessons learned, and education about backcountry skills and etiquette, these wilderness activity books will inspire creativity and help you cultivate adventure in your daily life.
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Top Trails: Lake Tahoe explores the best trails for hiking and biking in the Tahoe area. The guide features the best hikes including the north side's splendid back-country, the lake’s sedate western side, the picturesque and popular areas south of the lake, including Desolation Wilderness, and D. L. Bliss and Emerald Bay state parks and the relatively undeveloped eastern side. Several hikes follow sections of the Tahoe Rim Trail and Pacific Crest Trail. Veteran author Mike White has selected the 50 best trips in the area, ranging in length from a mile-long stroll through a lush, lodgepole-lined meadow to a 20-mile trek on the Tahoe Rim Trail with excellent lake views. Among other significant updates, the third edition includes the new Rim to Reno Trail, newly constructed by volunteers in the Tahoe Rim Trail Association.