Series: High Sierra Hiking Guide

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Yosemite: The Valley and Surrounding Uplands by Jeffrey P. Schaffer1
Blackcap Mountain by Thomas Winnett3
Tuolumne Meadows by Jeffrey P. Schaffer4
Mt Whitney: The Peak and Surrounding Highlands by Thomas Winnett5
Devils Postpile by Ron Felzer6
Matterhorn Peak (High Sierra hiking guide ; no. 7)7
Mineral King, (High Sierra hiking guide, 8) by Ron Felzer8
Mt. Goddard by John W. Robinson10
Merced Peak, (High Sierra hiking guide #11) by Bob Pierce11
Hetch Hetchy, (High Sierra hiking guide 12) by Ron Felzer12
Kern Peak-Olancha by J. C. Jenkins13
Tower Peak (High Sierra hiking guide) by Ken Fawcett16
Silver Lake (High Sierra Hiking Guide, No 17) by Joseph R. Grodin17
Pinecrest (High Sierra hiking guide #19) by Ben Schifrin19
Triple Divide Peak (High Sierra Hiking Guide) by Andrew Selters20

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