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60 Hikes 
within
60 Miles
Baltimore
Los Angeles
Phoenix
Atlanta
Portland
San Diego
Chicago

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Baltimore
Including Anne Arundel, Carroll, Harford, and Howard Counties 
by Evan Balkan 
Menasha Ridge Press, 2006
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Within an hour's drive of Maryland's largest city, an abundance of natural and scenic places remain. From hikes within the city, including a new 14-mile greenway running through the largest unbroken urban forest in the United States, to the solitude of rural Carroll and northwest Baltimore Counties, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Baltimore is a guide to great hikes in the area. Not only are the big state parks and reservoirs covered, but readers will also find hidden treasures throughout the city and six surrounding counties, from vigorous day hikes to pleasant strolls.


60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Los Angeles
Including San Bernardino, Pasadena, and Oxnard 
by Laura Randall
Menasha Ridge Press, 2006
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From Long Beach on the coast to the Cleveland National Forest to the south and Ojai to the north, 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Los Angeles details the best area hikes, encouraging even the most time-starved hikers and walkers to get on the trails and get healthy..
Phoenix
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Phoenix
Including Tempe, Scottsdale, and Mesa
by Charles Liu 
Menasha Ridge Press, 2006
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Arguably the Southwest's premier city, Phoenix offers its 1.4 million residents a mind-boggling array of hiking destinations. All roughly within an hour's drive of the Valley of the Sun, the trails highlighted in 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Phoenix begin right inside the city limits with the likes of popular Camelback Mountain. From Hidden Valley to the south to the Superstition Wilderness to the north, author Charles Liu leads hikers and walkers along a superb collection of diverse trails. .


60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Atlanta
Including Marietta, Lawrenceville, and Peachtree City
by Randy Golden and Pam Golden 
Menasha Ridge Press, 2005
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One of the South's premier cities, Atlanta is home to an abundance of spectacular hiking and walking destinations. From ambles along Starr's Mill south of town in Fayette County to scenic paths along the Amicalola River north of town, 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Atlanta guides hikers to the best trails in the area. Complete with directions, maps, and a wealth of historical detail, the guide beckons hikers of all ages and fitness levels into the outdoors.


60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Chicago
Including Aurora, Elgin, and Joliet
by Ted Villaire
Menasha Ridge Press, 2005
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This book details sixty of the area's best trails and provides detailed information including trail lengths, hiking times, and trail difficulty.


Portland
by Paul Gerald 
Menasha Ridge Press, 2004.
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This book guides hikers to many of the classic areas near Portland, including the Columbia River Gorge, the Mount Hood Area as well as specific destinations, like Neahkahnie Mountain, jutting straight up from the Pacific Ocean, and Oak Island, a paradise for bird watchers.


San Diego
by Sheri McGregor 
Menasha Ridge Press, 2004.
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The natural open spaces in and around San Diego are a prized natural resource for area hikers, and author Sheri McGregor shows them where and how to enjoy 60 of the best trails that the city of San Diego, nearby state parks, and private ventures have to offer. Bounded by San Diego Bay and the Pacific coastline to the west, the Santa Rosa Mountains to the east, Mexico to the south, and the lower reaches of the Los Angeles metro area to the north, the 60-mile radius beyond San Diego creates a small, but rich wedge of scenic, natural wealth. Whether readers are experienced hikers or a casual day-hikers, 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: San Diego is the perfect tool to explore it all..


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