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100 Classic Hikes in Arizona, 2nd Edition by Scott S. Warren
100 Classic Hikes in Arizona, 3rd Edition by Scott S. Warren
100 Classic Hikes in Colorado (Classic Hikes) 2nd Edition by Scott S. Warren
100 Classic Hikes in Colorado, 3rd Edition by Scott S. Warren
100 Classic Hikes in Northern California by John R. Soares
100 Classic Hikes in Oregon by Douglas Lorain
100 Classic Hikes in Southern California by Allen Riedel
100 Classic Hikes in Washington by Ira Spring

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  4. 75 Hikes in California's Lassen And Mount Shasta Regions (100 Hikes in Series) by John R. Soares (2006)
  5. Hiking the Southwest's Canyon Country by Sandra Hinchman (1990)
  6. Olympic Mountains Trail Guide: National Park & National Forest 3rd Edition by Robert L. Wood (1984)
  7. 50 Hikes in Mount Rainier National Park by Ira Spring (1969)
  8. Exploring Washington's Wild Areas: A Guide for Hikers, Backpackers, Climbers, X-C Skiers, & Paddlers by Marge Mueller (1994)
  9. Hiking the Great Northwest by Harvey Manning (1991)
  10. Best Hikes With Dogs: Oregon by Ellen Morris Bishop (2004)
  11. Arizona Day Hikes: A Guide to the Best Trails from Tucson to the Grand Canyon by Dave Ganci (1995)
  12. 50 Hikes in Eastern Pennsylvania: From the Mason-Dixon Line to the Poconos and North Mountain, Fourth Edition by Tom Thwaites (1997)
  13. 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: San Francisco: Including North Bay, East Bay, Peninsula, and South Bay by Jane Huber (2004)
  14. 75 Hikes in the Oregon's Coast Range and Siskiyous by Rhonda Ostertag (2001)
  15. Hiking California's Desert Parks by Bill Cunningham (1996)

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