Tami Asars provides 81 enticing answers that she has found in the beloved and distinctive region encompassing the Mount Adams, Indian Heaven, and Goat Rocks wildernesses. Jaw-dropping mountain views, spanning from Mount Rainier in the north to Mount Hood in the south, are tempered by soft subalpine meadows and stunning flora and fauna. Hikes range from sagebrush and volcanic near-desert to moss-laden forests, and from readily accessible leg-stretchers to more remote lung-busters - all of which will leave you saying, Let's hike more
Day Hiking: Mount Adams and Goat Rocks
Up-to-date access and trail descriptions for Goat Rocks, Bumping Lake, White Pass, Packwood, Yakima, Cispus River, Takhlakh, Indian Heaven, Trout Lake, and Mount Adams
Trips rated for both difficulty and quality
At-a-glance chart helps you choose the day's hike
Icons for trails featuring wildflowers, bird-watching, and sites of historical significance
Options for hiking with kids and dogs
Description of a non-technical summit route of Mount Adams
Grab your hiking shoes and water bottle and hit the trail - just be sure to keep an eye out for mountain goats, marmots, woodpeckers, and more!
Tami Asars is also the author of Hiking the Wonderland Trail: The Complete Guide to Mount Rainier's Premier Trail. A freelance writer and photographer, Tami has led backpacking trips all over Washington State and teaches classes on hiking and other outdoor pursuits. She lives in the Cascade foothills.
Features: Paperback. 2014. 252 pp. Many black and white photographs, maps, appendices, and index. 5 x 7 x 0.5 in.