Series: Day and Overnight Hikes

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Day and Overnight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park by Johnny Molloy
Day and Overnight Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Johnny Molloy
Day and Overnight Hikes in West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest by Johnny Molloy

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  1. Best Easy Day Hikes Shenandoah National Park, 2nd (Best Easy Day Hikes Series) by Bert Gildart (1998)
  2. Exploring the Smokies: Things to See & Do in Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Rose Houk (1989)
  3. Hiking Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Regional Hiking Series) by Kevin Adams (2003)
  4. Hiking Shenandoah National Park, 3rd (Regional Hiking Series) by Bert Gildart (1998)
  5. Hiking the Blue Ridge Parkway: The Ultimate Travel Guide to America's Most Popular Scenic Roadway by Randy Johnson (2003)
  6. Guide to Adirondack Trails: High Peaks Region by Tony Goodwin (1973)
  7. Olympic Mountains Trail Guide: National Park & National Forest 3rd Edition by Robert L. Wood (1984)
  8. Hikes to waterfalls in Shenandoah National Park by Joanne Amberson (1997)
  9. 50 Hikes in Michigan: The Best Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks in the Lower Peninsula by Jim DuFresne (1991)
  10. Great Smoky Mountains: A Vistor's Companion (National Parks Visitor's Companions) by George Wuerthner (2003)
  11. Teton Trails : A Guide to the Trails of Grand Teton National Park by Katy Duffy (1995)
  12. Isle Royale National Park: Foot Trails & Water Routes by Jim DuFresne (1984)
  13. Hiking Trails of the Smokies by Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association (1994)
  14. Best Backpacking Vacations Northern Rockies (Best Backpack Vacations Series) by Bill Schneider (2002)
  15. 100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest by Rich Landers (1987)

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