Monday, October 22, 2018

BOOK REVIEW: Backpacker Hidden Gems: 100 Greatest Undiscovered Hikes Across America by Maren Horjus

by Maren Horjus

Are you getting ready for those awesome fall hikes, campsites, and gorgeous waterfalls? Are you always looking for new & fun hikes? Want to know the best way to get there & when you should go? Then this is the book for you! Whether you are a hiking newbie or a seasoned hiking veteran Backpacker Hidden Gems: 100 Greatest Undiscovered Hikes Across America is for you! This book is your key to discovering real hidden gems and finding more amazing hikes to get you outdoors & keep you active all year round. Keep reading to learn more. 

While the Bright Angel Trail, the Narrows, the Presidential Traverse, or Half Dome, are all amazing hikes - this book will get you discovering new & gorgeous hikes all across America. Hikers don’t need another resource pointing them toward these packed out & overly hiked trails. If you are looking for a backpacker’s life like no other, Backpacker Hidden Gems is the guide for you. For the first time ever, here is a collection of Mother Nature’s best kept secret hikes, chockful of life-list worthy views, campsites, waterfalls, wildlife, and more. This book spills every secret and pulls back the curtain to reveal the top 100 trips across the country, with information on how to reach them, when to go, and what you’ll see. With color topographic maps and over 200 gorgeous photographs to complete the package, this book is the perfect keepsake for anyone looking to expand his hiking horizons.

About the author:
Maren Horjus is the Destinations Editor at BACKPACKER. Her trips section, the Play List, which delivers more than 20 hikes from coast to coast every issue, was National Magazine Award-nominated in 2016. (Damn Culture Pages.) She has written for Skiing, Mountain, Men’s Health, Sports Illustrated, and SI Kids. Her first book, Haunted Hikes, is set to hit bookshelves this fall. She lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her husband and rescue dog because she is a living, breathing stereotype with a penchant for Chicago Style. 

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