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The 4000 Footers of the White Mountains

The 4000 Footers of the White Mountains Author Steven D. Smith
ISBN-10 1931271240
Release 2008-06-01
Pages 549
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The 4000 Footers of the White Mountains

The 4000 Footers of the White Mountains Author Steven D. Smith
ISBN-10 1931271011
Release 2001-07-01
Pages 300
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The first comprehensive guide and history to New Hampshire 48 peaks with an elevation of 4000 feet or greater. Geared toward both the "peakbagging" hiker and the casual explorers of the higher summits of New England's most famous mountain rnge, the guide include detailed trail descriptions, historical timelines for each mountain, thorough geographical descriptions, and useful hints on winter climbing the 4000-Footers.



White Mountain Guide

White Mountain Guide Author Steven D. Smith
ISBN-10 1934028851
Release 2017-05-01
Pages 656
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Now in print for 110 years, hikers have relied on AMC's White Mountain Guide for two centuries. This guidebook is the most trusted resource for the hiking trails of the magnificent White Mountain National Forest and surrounding regions. The thirtieth edition has been thoroughly updated and revised with accurate descriptions of over 500 trails, six topographic maps with trail segment mileage, trip planning and safety information, and a checklist of New England's Four-Thousand Footers.



Passport to AMC s High Huts in the White Mountains

Passport to AMC s High Huts in the White Mountains Author Ty Wivell
ISBN-10 1934028495
Release 2011
Pages 131
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A compact, easy-to-carry guide to the Appalachian Mountain Club's White Mountain Huts



AMC White Mountain Guide

AMC White Mountain Guide Author Gene Daniell
ISBN-10 1929173229
Release 2003
Pages 585
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Provides over five hundred trail descriptions along with information on trip planning and safety, and includes topographic maps.



Snowshoe Hikes in the White Mountains

Snowshoe Hikes in the White Mountains Author Steven D. Smith
ISBN-10 1931271003
Release 2000-12-01
Pages 256
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The first guide to focus exclusively on snowshoeing opportunities in New Hampshire's White Mountains, "Snowshoe Hikes in the White Mountains" describes over 100 day trips for winter outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities. The guide features detailed information for 45 hikes, including trailhead parking, trail narratives, view descriptions, local history, and topographic maps. Another 60 treks are outlined in briefer fashion. The hikes range from easy lowland strolls to strenuous ascents of 4000-foot peaks, with the majority suited for beginner and intermediate snowshoers.



Ponds and Lakes of the White Mountains

Ponds and Lakes of the White Mountains Author Steven D. Smith
ISBN-10 0881504130
Release 1998-01
Pages 352
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A year-round guide to 68 of the best hikes, walks, and family outings in New Hampshire.



It s Not about the Hike

It s Not about the Hike Author Nancy Sporborg
ISBN-10 0872331423
Release 2011
Pages 351
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If it's not about the hike, then what is it about? It's about inspiration. It's about motivation. It's about how two fifty-something women took on an enormous challenge and met it with courage and conviction—and about how you can do the same, no matter what challenges you face. It's Not About the Hike tells the story of Nancy Sporborg and Pat Piper, two non-hikers who decide to climb the sixty-seven highest mountains in New England. In the process, they discover inner reserves of strength, they take friendship to new heights, and they journey to the summits of mountains and into the depths of their beings. This collection of Sporborg's hike reports shows readers how to move out of their comfort zones and ride the “grace wave” toward their dreams.



Following Atticus LP

Following Atticus LP Author Tom Ryan
ISBN-10 9780062088628
Release 2011-09-20
Pages 448
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Middle-aged, overweight, and acrophobic newspaper editor Tom Ryan and a little dog named Atticus M. Finch are an unlikely pair of mountaineers—but after a close friend dies of cancer, the two pay tribute to her by attempting to climb all forty-eight of New Hampshire’s four-thousand-foot peaks twice in one winter while raising money for charity. In a rare test of endurance, Tom and Atticus set out on an adventure of a lifetime that takes them across hundreds of miles and deep into an enchanting but dangerous winter wonderland. An unforgettable saga of adventure, friendship, and the unlikeliest of family, Following Atticus is an inspiring tale of finding love and discovering your true self.



Up

Up Author Patricia Ellis Herr
ISBN-10 9780307952080
Release 2012-04-03
Pages 256
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When Trish Herr became pregnant with her first daughter, Alex, she and her husband, Hugh, vowed to instill a bond with nature in their children. By the time Alex was five, her over-the-top energy levels led Trish to believe that her very young daughter might be capable of hiking adult-sized mountains. In Up, Trish recounts their always exhilarating--and sometimes harrowing--adventures climbing all forty-eight of New Hampshire's highest mountains. Readers will delight in the expansive views and fresh air that only peakbaggers are afforded, and will laugh out loud as Trish urges herself to "mother up" when she and Alex meet an ornery--and alarmingly bold--spruce grouse on the trail. This is, at heart, a resonant, emotionally honest account of a mother's determination to foster independence and fearlessness in her daughter, to teach her "that small doesn't necessarily mean weak; that girls can be strong; and that big, bold things are possible."



Wandering Through the White Mountains

Wandering Through the White Mountains Author Steven D. Smith
ISBN-10 1931271143
Release 2004-08
Pages 352
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In 42 articles covering a wide range of topics a veteran hiker and guidebook author shares his experiences from over a quarter-century of hiking in the Whites.--[Source inconnue].



Law s Quandary

Law   s Quandary Author Steven D Smith
ISBN-10 0674043820
Release 2009-06-30
Pages 222
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This lively book reassesses a century of jurisprudential thought from a fresh perspective, and points to a malaise that currently afflicts not only legal theory but law in general. Steven Smith argues that our legal vocabulary and methods of reasoning presuppose classical ontological commitments that were explicitly articulated by thinkers from Aquinas to Coke to Blackstone, and even by Joseph Story. But these commitments are out of sync with the world view that prevails today in academic and professional thinking. So our law-talk thus degenerates into "just words"--or a kind of nonsense. The diagnosis is similar to that offered by Holmes, the Legal Realists, and other critics over the past century, except that these critics assumed that the older ontological commitments were dead, or at least on their way to extinction; so their aim was to purge legal discourse of what they saw as an archaic and fading metaphysics. Smith's argument starts with essentially the same metaphysical predicament but moves in the opposite direction. Instead of avoiding or marginalizing the "ultimate questions," he argues that we need to face up to them and consider their implications for law.



Where You ll Find Me

Where You ll Find Me Author Ty Gagne
ISBN-10 0996218157
Release 2017-08-25
Pages 214
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On Feb. 15, 2015, Kate Matrosova, an avid mountaineer, set off before sunrise for a traverse of the Northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Late the following day, rescuers carried her frozen body out of the mountains. What went wrong? Where You'll Find Me offers possible answers to that question.



Maine Mountain Guide

Maine Mountain Guide Author Peg Nation
ISBN-10 1929173695
Release 2005-06-01
Pages 261
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Widely recognized as the definitive trail guide to the mountains of Maine, the ninth edition of the popular AMC Maine Mountain Guide is completely revised and updated, with detailed descriptions of more than 200 summits throughout the state.



The White Mountains

The White Mountains Author John T. B. Mudge
ISBN-10 0963356062
Release 1995
Pages 187
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This 224 page book identifies more than 200 places in the White Mountains -- streams, mountains, trails & many other locations & traces the history of the region from colonial days to present times. The book also includes reproductions of important photographs of the region. The author is a veteran hiker & long time visitor to the White Mountains who spends as much time as possible up there hiking the mountains that he loves. "And visitors to New Hampshire's mountains can settle arguments by consulting The White Mountains, Names, Places & Legends." Yankee Magazine. "The beauty of the book is that one can opt to read it alphabetically or simply open it anywhere." Northern New Hampshire Magazine. "A little encyclopedia of everything you'd ever want to know about this well-loved mountain range." Summit Magazine.



Logging Railroads of the White Mountains

Logging Railroads of the White Mountains Author C. Francis Belcher
ISBN-10 0910146322
Release 1980
Pages 242
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Describes the history of seventeen rail lines used for logging in northern New England from the turn of the 20th century.



Mountain Voices

Mountain Voices Author Doug Mayer
ISBN-10 1934028800
Release 2012
Pages 226
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Through interviews with New Hampshire notables at their homes and offices and in important places in nature, authors Doug Mayer and Rebecca Oreskes capture the truly human stories of pioneering people of the North Country. With humor, wit, and unforgettable personal style, the accounts—recorded from 1994 to the present and including historical photographs—invite readers into the lives of these important figures in White Mountain history. From the early days of AMC’s high huts and trail crew work, to the U.S. Forest Service and the creation of federal wilderness areas, to world-class mountain climbing and search and rescue, each captivating profile reveals the strength and character of the human spirit.