A Walking Guide To The Hiking Trails in Minnesota's North Shore State Parks

Walks for families and people of all abilities in each of the 8 state parks along the North Shore
Detailed trail maps showing the location of waypoints described on the walk
Waypoints are easily recognizable and are based on the prominent geological, botanical, geographical, or historical features
All the walks are rated for difficulty and safety concerns, if any, are listed
Each walk begins with a section called "Worth a Longer Look," which is keyed to waypoints of special features to be noted on the walk
Many of the walks are loop walks, and the guide lets you know where to see the best fall colors
Detailed glossary of geological terms used in the book and a glossary of common wildflowers that can be seen on the walks
  From Gooseberry to Grandportage is a truly entertaining and informative book that takes you on a guided tour of the walking trails in the 8 state parks located along Minnesota's North Shore of Lake Superior.
Written by geologist Ron Morton and biologist Steve Morse this easy to read guide details the natural history, scenic vistas, trail conditions, and interesting historical places seen and/or encountered on the hiking trails in the eight North Shore state parks.
The book contains 30 individual walks and though a GPS unit is not needed for the walks, if you have one you can upload all of the walks from Rockflowerpress.com.

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