Series: Forest Preserve Series

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Guide to Adirondack Trails: High Peaks Region by Tony Goodwin1
Guide to Adirondack Trails: Northville-Placid Trail by Bruce Wadsworth
Guide to Adirondack Trails: Northern Region by Peter V. O'Shea2
Guide to Adirondack Trails: Central Region by Bruce Wadsworth3
Guide to Adirondack Trails: West-Central Region by Arthur W. Haberl5
Guide to Adirondack Trails: Eastern Region by Carl Heilman6
Guide to Adirondack Trails: Southern Region by Linda Laing7
Guide to Catskill Trails (The Forest Preserve Series : Vol 8) by Bruce Wadsworth8

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  1. 50 Hikes in the Adirondacks: Short Walks, Day Trips, and Backpacks Throughout the Park, Fourth Edition by Barbara McMartin (1980)
  2. An Adirondack Sampler: Day Hikes for All Seasons by Bruce Wadsworth (1979)
  3. Catskill Mountain Guide by Peter Kick (2002)
  4. Guide to Catskill Trails (Forest Preserve, #8) (The Forest Preserve Series) by Adirondack Mountain Club (2005)
  5. Forest and Crag, A History of Hiking, Trail Blazing, and by Laura Waterman (1989)
  6. Discover the Northeastern Adirondacks: Four-Season Adventures from Lake Champlain to the Rock-Crowned Eastern Slopes by Barbara McMartin (1987)
  7. White Mountain Guide: Hiking Trails in the White Mountain National Forest by Appalachian Mountain Club Books (1936)
  8. Day and Overnight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park by Johnny Molloy (1998)
  9. Hiking New York by Rhonda Ostertag (1996)
  10. Canyoneering: The San Rafael Swell by Steve Allen (1992)
  11. Views from on High: Fire Tower Trails in the Adirondacks and Catskills by John P. Freeman (2001)
  12. Teton Trails : A Guide to the Trails of Grand Teton National Park by Katy Duffy (1995)
  13. Doc : Orra A. Phelps, M.D., Adirondack Naturalist and Mountaineer by Mary Arakelian (2000)
  14. Guide to Adirondack Trails: High Peak Region and Northville-Placid Trail by Adirondack Mountain Club (1934)
  15. Adirondack trails. West-Central region by Norm Landis (2006)

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