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The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon: The 80 Best Easy Hikes (edition 2010)

by Seabury Blair (Author)

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Title:The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon: The 80 Best Easy Hikes
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This is a great book for those looking for easier hikes in Oregon. The author has a killer sense of humor. The book is worth a read even if you aren't going to go hiking.

As for the hikes, they are well described and do a good job of covering the state. I am looking forward to getting his Washington edition of the book. ( )
  klaidlaw | Jul 25, 2011 |
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The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon is a day-hiking guidebook filled with kinder, gentler trails. Written in a style that will appeal to aging boomers and anyone who, regardless of age, can't or doesn't want to walk as far as they once could or would like to, the book covers 100 of the best easy-to-walk hikes throughout the state. Trails are divided into regions, including a section on urban hikes and walks. In addition, a chart at the front of the book compiles the hikes per effort level required, overall hike rating, and best season(s) to hit the trail. Written in a wry but informative tone by out.… (more)

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