Explorer s Guide 50 Hikes in Wisconsin Trekking the Trails of the Badger State Second Edition Explorer s 50 Hikes

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ISBN: 9781581577976
Release Date: 2012-06-04
Number of pages: 256
Author: John Morgan
Publisher: The Countryman Press

Download and read online Explorer s Guide 50 Hikes in Wisconsin Trekking the Trails of the Badger State Second Edition Explorer s 50 Hikes in PDF and EPUB This book emphasizes not only the flora and fauna but also what each trail has to tell people of all ages about Wisconsin and about the region’s past. Hikes herein range from 1.5 to just over 9 miles in length and cover all areas of the state. Each hike description includes directions to the trailhead, a topographic map, and a detailed account of the route. The authors emphasize not only the flora and fauna but also what each trail has to tell people of all ages about Wisconsin and about the region’s past.


Explorer s Guide Wisconsin 2nd Edition Explorer s Complete

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ISBN: 9781581575026
Release Date: 2016-05-24
Number of pages: 384
Author: Mollie Boutell-Butler
Publisher: The Countryman Press

Download and read online Explorer s Guide Wisconsin 2nd Edition Explorer s Complete in PDF and EPUB With city sophistication and small-town charm, Wisconsin offers much more than cheese! No other guidebook on Wisconsin is as comprehensive or as passionate about all the riches nestled between Lakes Michigan and Superior. As with all Explorer's Guides, within these pages you'll find detailed information about lodging and dining options—including where to find native dishes like kringle and booyah—in the tourist hotspots and the rural escapes. You'll go up the coastline to the lighthouses, cherry orchards, and antiques markets of Door County; stroll through the offbeat shops and restaurants of Madison; and head inland where over 1,200 miles of bicycle paths and hiking trails weave among 15,000 glacial lakes. From Milwaukee's ethnic festivals to Green Bay Packers games, spectacular scenic drives through Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest to the water parks of the Dells, with this indispensable guide, all the information you need to have a great time in Wisconsin is right here!


Backpacking Wisconsin

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ISBN: 029916814X
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 268
Author: Jack Parker Hailman
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

Download and read online Backpacking Wisconsin in PDF and EPUB Wisconsin is a premier backpacking state, with outstanding opportunities for weekend trips. With its Great Lakes and river boundaries, national and state parks and forests, and stunning geological diversity, it offers variety for both the novice and the expert. In Backpacking Wisconsin Jack and Liz Hailman, drawing on years of experience, provide first-hand information for trails in every corner of the state - from the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, frequented by whitetailed deer and black bears, to picturesque Newport State Park in Door County, set upon Silurian-age limestone laid down over 100 million years ago. Backpacking Wisconsin also provides an overview and tips about backpacking, hints on how to choose equipment (boots, packs, tents, sleeping bags, rain gear, stoves), notes on troublesome plants and animals, and a list of trail, outdoor, and conservation organizations. For those hesitant to venture deep into wilderness, the Hailmans spotlight "quasi-backpacking" sites.


Waterfalling in Wisconsin

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ISBN: 1934553417
Release Date: 2014-03-01
Number of pages: 196
Author: David Hedquist
Publisher: Trails Books

Download and read online Waterfalling in Wisconsin in PDF and EPUB "With more than 100 waterfalls within its borders, Wisconsin is truly one of nature's playgrounds for outdoor enthusiasts. Here, for the first time, is a complete guide to virtually every waterfall in the Badger state. Each waterfall is presented with a full description that includes precise detailed driving directions with GPS coordinates, trail information, helpful tips, and color photographs to help guide you on your waterfall adventure. Color photos show the beauty of each waterfall" --


Geology of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail

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ISBN: 9780299284831
Release Date: 2011-10-20
Number of pages: 395
Author: David M. Mickelson
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pres

Download and read online Geology of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail in PDF and EPUB The Ice Age National Scenic Trail meanders across the state of Wisconsin through scenic glacial terrain dotted with lakes, steep hills, and long, narrow ridges. David M. Mickelson, Louis J. Maher Jr., and Susan L. Simpson bring this landscape to life and help readers understand what Ice Age Wisconsin was like. An overview of Wisconsin’s geology and key geological concepts helps readers understand geological processes, materials, and landforms. The authors detail geological features along each segment of the Ice Age Trail and at each of the nine National Ice Age Scientific Reserve sites. Readers can experience the Ice Age Trail through more than one hundred full-color photographs, scores of beautiful maps, and helpful diagrams. Science briefs explain glacial features such as eskers, drumlins, and moraines. Geology of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail also includes detailed trail descriptions that are cross referenced with the science briefs to make it easy to find the geological terms used in the trail descriptions. Whatever your level of experience with hiking or knowledge of glaciers, this book will provide lively, informative, and revealing descriptions for a new understanding of the shape of the land beneath our feet.


Thousand Miler

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ISBN: 9780870207907
Release Date: 2017-04-21
Number of pages: 303
Author: Melanie Radzicki McManus
Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society

Download and read online Thousand Miler in PDF and EPUB "In Thousand-Miler: Adventures Hiking the Ice Age Trail, readers will learn about the history and development of Wisconsin's Ice Age National Scenic Trail and the geologic wonders it showcases, as they trace Melanie McManus's footsteps thru-hiking it twice. While sharing her story of what it was like to hike 1,100 miles of Wisconsin forestland, prairie, wetlands and farmland, McManus also shares the stories of thru-hikers she encounters along the way. Their collective tales shed light on the motivations of thru-hikers, how they accomplish the feat (everyone does it differently), and what the various trail segments and trailside communities are like. They will also recall the various funny, somber, and heartwarming moments that occur when hikers' paths intersect with those of ordinary Wisconsinites going about their daily lives"--Provided by publisher.


Wisconsin s Best Beer Guide

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ISBN: 1933272554
Release Date: 2015-10-23
Number of pages: 320
Author: Kevin Revolinski
Publisher:

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Towards a Rhetoric of Everyday Life

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ISBN: 029918174X
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 275
Author: Martin Nystrand
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

Download and read online Towards a Rhetoric of Everyday Life in PDF and EPUB Rhetoric has traditionally studied acts of persuasion in the affairs of government and men, but this work investigates the language of other, non-traditional rhetors, including immigrants, women, urban children and others who have long been on the margins of civic life and political forums.


Canoeing Kayaking South Central Wisconsin

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ISBN: 9781634040204
Release Date: 2016-08-30
Number of pages: 288
Author: Timothy Bauer
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press

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