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Trails of the Angeles: 100 Hikes in the San Gabriels by John W. Robinson

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  1. San Bernardino Mountain Trails: 100 Hikes in Southern California by John W. Robinson (1972)
  2. Hiking Trails of the Santa Monica Mountains by Milt McAuley (1982)
  3. Afoot & Afield in Los Angeles by Jerry Schad (1991)
  4. Connecticut Walk Book by Connecticut Forest & Park Association
  5. On Foot in Joshua Tree National Park: A Comprehensive Hiking Guide by Patty Furbush (1995)
  6. Day Hikes Around Los Angeles, 4th by Robert Stone (1996)
  7. Southern California Quarterly: Vol. 86, No. 1 by Doyce B. Nunis
  8. Portland rock climbs: a climber's guide to Northwest Oregon by Tim Olson (2001)
  9. Day Hiker's Guide to Southern California by John McKinney (1981)
  10. 100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon by William L. Sullivan (1993)
  11. Cascade Alpine Guide Climbing And High Routes, Vol. 1: Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred W. Beckey (1973)
  12. The Anza-Borrego Desert Region: A Guide to the State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert With Map by Lowell Lindsay (1978)
  13. Century dictionary and cyclpoedia
  14. Selected climbs in the Cascades by Jim Nelson
  15. Guide to Adirondack Trails: High Peaks Region by Tony Goodwin (1973)

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