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Hiking Death Valley
Hiking Death Valley by Michel Digonnet helps readers reach elevations that range from 282 feet at sea level to 11,049 feet to see the beautiful scenery the North America desert has to offer. The perfect guide book help readers travel through miles of trails, abandoned mines, and canyons. This book contains 280 hiking and driving destinations to suit any hiker, easy day and multiple day hikes, and tips on desert hiking. Each hiking trail has a description of the trial, access routes, geology, road status, shortest hikes and longest, main attractions, and a map to locate your hike distance.
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