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DYNW Trail Guide to Hood Canal Country

DYNW Trail Guide to Hood Canal Country

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ISBN: 0914019538
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Use this trail guide to explore the Hood Canal country of Olympic National Forest and Park! With 70 trails, this guide provides information on trails, as well as regulations, restrictions, and recommendations for traveling in Hood Canal country. The DYNW Hood Canal Country Trail Guide offers a map for each section, detailed trail descriptions with elevation gain, trailhead access, and parking and facilities information. Compact and lightweight, this publication published jointly by Discover Your Northwest and Olympic National Forest and Park is an excellent resource for anyone planning an adventure to this area!

Areas included in this trail guide:

  • Dungeness Recreation Area
  • Gray Wolf Recreation Area
  • Bon Jon Pass Recreation Area
  • Big Quilcene Recreation Area
  • Quilcene-Mt. Walker Recreation Area
  • Dosewallips Recreation Area
  • Duckabush Recreation Area
  • Hamma Hamma Recreation Area
  • Lake Cushman Recreation Area
  • South Fork Skokomish Recreation Area
  • Wynoochee Recreation Area

    Features: Paperback. 2009. 85 pp. Black and white photo, maps, and index. 5.5 x 8.5 in.

    Item # 18849

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