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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 Washington by Ira Spring
100 Hikes in Arizona (100 Hikes) by Scott Warren
100 Hikes in Colorado (100 Hikes Series) by Scott S. Warren
100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon & Southwest Washington, 3rd Edition by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon, Second Edition by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in Oregon by Rhonda Ostertag
100 Hikes in Southern Oregon by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades, Second Edition by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades, Third Edition by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest by Rich Landers
100 Hikes in the South Cascades and Olympics by Ira Spring
100 Hikes in Washington's Alpine Lakes by Ira Spring
100 Hikes in Washington's North Cascades Glacier Peak Region by Ira Spring
100 Hikes in Washington's North Cascades National Park Region by Ira Spring
100 Hikes in Western Washington by Louise B. Marshall
100 Hikes/Travel Guide : Eastern Oregon by William L. Sullivan
100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Oregon Coast & Coast Range (Oregon 100 Hikes) by William L. Sullivan

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  1. Exploring Washington's Wild Areas: A Guide for Hikers, Backpackers, Climbers, X-C Skiers, & Paddlers by Marge Mueller (1994)
  2. Exploring Oregon's Wild Areas: A Guide for Hikers, Backpackers, Xc Skiers and Paddlers by William L. Sullivan (1988)
  3. Hiking the Great Northwest by Harvey Manning (1991)
  4. 50 Hikes in Mount Rainier National Park by Ira Spring (1969)
  5. Footsore 1: Walks & Hikes Around Puget Sound by Harvey Manning (1988)
  6. One City's Wilderness: Portland's Forest Park by Marcy Cottrell Houle (1988)
  7. Olympic Mountains Trail Guide: National Park & National Forest 3rd Edition by Robert L. Wood (1984)
  8. Romance of Waterfalls: Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington by Barbara L. Bloom (1998)
  9. 55 Hikes in Central Washington by Ira Spring (1990)
  10. 102 hikes in the Alpine Lakes, South Cascades, and Olympics by Ira Spring (1974)
  11. Pacific Northwest Camping: The Complete Guide to More Than 45,000 Campsites for Rvers, Car Campers, and Tenters in Washi by Tom Stienstra (1998)
  12. Trips and Trails, 1: Family Camps, Short Hikes and View Roads Around the North Cascades by E. M. Sterling (1983)
  13. A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest: Where to Find Hundreds of Spectacular Waterfalls in Washington, Oregon and Idaho by Gregory Alan Plumb (1983)
  14. 120 Hikes on the Oregon Coast (100 Hikes In...) by Bonnie Henderson (1999)
  15. Cascade Alpine Guide Climbing And High Routes, Vol. 1: Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred W. Beckey (1973)

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