Melvil Decimal System: 917.95044
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Works under MDS 917.95044
- Hiking Hot Springs in the Pacific Northwest: A Guide to the Area's Best Backcountry Hot Springs by Evie Litton
- DK Eyewitness Travel Guides: Pacific Northwest by Stephen Brewer
- Cascade Alpine Guide Climbing And High Routes, Vol. 1: Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred W. Beckey
- Lonely Planet Pacific Northwest by Bill McRae
- Cascade Alpine Guide Climbing And High Routes, Vol. 3: Rainy Pass to Fraser River by Fred Beckey
- Cascade Alpine Guide Climbing And High Routes, Vol. 2: Stevens Pass to Rainy Pass by Fred W. Beckey
- Compass American Guides: Oregon by Judy Jewell
- The Rough Guide to The Pacific Northwest by Tim Jepson
- Traveling the Oregon Trail by Julie Fanselow
- Roadside History of Oregon by Bill Gulick
- Weekends for Two Pacific NW by Bill Gleeson
- The Sierra Club Guides to the National Parks of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska by John Perry
- National Geographic's Driving Guides to America: Pacific Northwest - Oregon, Washington, and Alaska by National Geographic
- Back Roads of Oregon by Earl Thollander
- National Geographic Guide to America's Outdoors: Pacific Northwest by Robert S. Devine
- In Search of Western Oregon by Ralph Friedman
- West Coast Journeys: 1865-1879 The Travelogue of a Remarkable Woman by Caroline C. Leighton
- Quick Escapes in the Pacific Northwest: 40 Weekend Trips from Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, B.C. by Marilyn McFarlane
- Driving the Pacific Coast Oregon and Washington, 4th: Scenic Driving Tours along Coastal Highways by Kenn Oberrecht
- Moon Handbooks Coastal Oregon by Elizabeth Morris
- Lonely Planet The Pacific Northwest's Best Trips by Lonely Planet
- Scenic Driving Oregon by Tom Barr
- Driving the Pacific Coast Oregon and Washington, 6th (Driving the Pacific Coast Oregon & Washington) by Kathy Strong
- Uncle Mike's Guide to the Real Oregon Coast by Michael Burgess
- Beautiful America's Oregon (Beautiful America (Paperback)) by Linda Stirling
- Field Guide to Mysterious Places of the Pacific Coast (Field Guide to Mysterious Places Series) by Salvatore Michael Trento
- Oregon's Dry Side: Exploring East of the Cascade Crest by Alan D. St. John
- The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of the Pacific Northwest (The Most Beautiful Villages) by Joan Tapper
- Short Trips In The Pacific Northwest: 52 Weekend Destinations from Seattle and Portland by Barry Anderson
- The Coast of Oregon by Michael Breuer
- Pacific Coast Highway : Traveler's Guide (Photographic Tour) by Tom Snyder
- Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Northwest Coast (Longstreet Highroad Coastal Guide Series) by Allan May
- Exploring the North Coast by Jonathan Franks
- The Insiders' Guide to the Oregon Coast, 1st by Lizann Dunegan
- Hidden Oregon: Including Portland, the Coast, Cascades, and Columbia River Gorge (Hidden Travel) by Maria Lenhart
- Guide to Shipwreck Sites Along the Oregon Coast by Victor West
- Moon Outdoors Pacific Northwest Hiking by Scott Leonard
- Grizzly Bears and Razor Clams: Walking America's Pacific Northwest Trail by Chris Townsend
- Guide To National Parks: Pacific Northwest Region (NPCA national park guide) by Russell Butcher
- Hidden Pacific Northwest by Roger Rapoport
- Best of the Pacific Coast: SAN FRANCISCO TO BRITISH COLUMBIA by Gerald W Olmsted
- Hiking Oregon by Lizann Dunegan
- That Ribbon of Highway III: Highway 99 Through the Pacific Northwest by Jill Livingston
- Moon Pacific Northwest Road Trip: Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, the Olympic Peninsula, Portland, the Oregon Coast & Mount Rainier (Moon Handbooks) by Allison Williams
- Hidden Pacific Northwest by John Gottberg
- Graves and Sites on the Oregon and California Trails by Randy Brown
- Oregon by Timothy T. Palmer
- Pacific Northwest: A Photographic Tour (Highsmith, Carol M., Photographic Tour.) by Carol Highsmith
- Bicycling America's National Parks: Oregon and Washington: The Best Road and Trail Rides from Crater Lake to Olympic Nat by David Story
- Rails-to-Trails Washington & Oregon (Great Rail-Trails Series.) by Mia Barbera
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