A HIKING GUIDE TO THE TRAILS OF FLORIDA. THIRD EDITION.

By: Carter, Elizabeth F.

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Book Condition: Near Fine


107 pp, 8vo (9" H). B&w drawings, maps. "(A) comprehensive guide to natural Florida, a book that will help the novice and experienced hiker alike enjoy all the state has to offer. This book concentrates on trails that are at least three miles long, including public sections of the Florida National Scenic Trail. Florida is still over twelve percent wilderness, with over eight million acres of state and federal lands. Many endangered and ecologically significant areas in the state are maintained, protected, and offer public access. (This book) contains information on where trails are located, how to go about hiking them, and what the hiker may expect to see along the way. Revised maps indicate trail access points, while the text describes the flora, fauna, and geology, as well as hiking difficulty and distances." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright.

Title: A HIKING GUIDE TO THE TRAILS OF FLORIDA. THIRD EDITION.

Author Name: Carter, Elizabeth F.

Categories: American History & Travel, Natural History, Sports,

Edition: Third Edition

Publisher: Birmingham, AL, Menasha Ridge Press: 1997

ISBN Number: 08973219600

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 22120

Keywords: Hiking, Walking, Hikes, Trails, Florida, Perdido Key Beach Trail, Santa Rosa Island, Naval Live Oaks, Topsail, Grayton, St Joseph Peninsula, Arcadia County, Blackwater, Jackson Red Ground, Sweetwater, Rocky Bayou, Pine Log, George, Vincent, Marks, Florida National Scenic Trail, Wilderness, Ecology, Flora, Fauna, Geology.,