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Take a Hike!: Family Walks in the Finger Lakes and Genesee Valley Region…

by Richard E. Freeman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965697495, Paperback)

The walks, rambles, strolls, and hikes in this book are designed for people who delight in exploring unique or little-known places. The trails lead through forests, fields, marshes, hills, and bogs where you can enjoy the natural world. This book will help you learn more about local history, get much-needed exercise, introduce your children to the joys of nature, or find new places to walk your dog. Don't stash it away in winter either. Many of the trails are good for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

With this guide, you'll be able to explore the Finger Lakes and Genesee Valley Region with ease and confidence. Each of the 51 walks is rated for difficulty, type of terrain, and described by length and estimated time required. In addition, you'll know how to easily find the trails and parking. Whether young or young at heart, you can enjoy the adventures this guide brings to life.

Here's your chance to: * Walk the land where Seneca Indians initiated an annual ring of fire around Canandaigua Lake * Explore waterfalls in spectacular shale glens formed by centuries of water erosion * Learn what botanists see when they walk through an old growth forest * Experience a living bog

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