Hike some of the most famous trails in the world, with the region's top guides right by your side.
This official book celebrates the trails of the Pacific Northwest with stunning photography, maps, rarely seen archival photos, and information-packed text by top regional hiking authors that brings the history of the trails to life.
The backcountry of the Pacific Northwest covers millions of acres of wild lands protected within vast national parks, provincial parks, and wilderness areas--and thousands of miles of trails, including the Pacific Crest, Pacific Northwest, and Trans Canada Trails.
This is a must-have for anyone who dreams of summiting peaks in North America's most beloved region.
About the Author
Photographer Bart Smith has walked and photographed the length of the Pacific Northwest. Craig Romano is an award-winning author of more than 20 guidebooks and has hiked more than 25,000 miles in Washington State. William L. Sullivan is the author of 22 books about Oregon hiking, history, and mystery. Three-time governor and a U.S. senator, Daniel Evans authored the Washington State Wilderness Act protecting 1.5 million acres of wild lands. Trail Keepers of Oregon (TKO) and Washington Trails Association (WTA) protects and enhances the hiking experience through trail maintenance, advocacy, stewardship, outreach, and education in Oregon and Washington, respectively.