Five-Star Trails: Ann Arbor and Detroit: Your Guide to the Area's Most Beautiful Hikes (Paperback)

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Five-Star Trails: Ann Arbor and Detroit: Your Guide to the Area's Most Beautiful Hikes (Paperback)

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Each hike features an individual trail map, elevation profile, and at-a-glance information, helping readers quickly find the perfect trip. Sized to fit in a pocket, the book's detailed trail descriptions will help readers find their way on and off the trail. Driving directions and GPS trailhead coordinates will help with navigating the myriad of unnamed roads. The trails covered range from those best suited to the novice, families, experienced hikers, or backpackers.
A Detroit-based journalist, Greg Tasker is currently the Assistant News Editor and Drive Editor at The Detroit News. He first became passionate about hiking while living in Pennsylvania and Maryland and has written hiking stories for Backpacker, AMC Outdoors, Scouting, France Today, Vermont Life, and other publications. He has hiked sections of the Appalachian Trail up and down the East Coast. He also has written winter sports stories--on topics that include cross-country and downhill skiing and snowshoeing--for the travel sections of The Baltimore Sun, Providence Journal Bulletin, and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. While living on the East Coast, Tasker contributed to various editions (1995-2002) of Fodor's Virginia and Maryland, Random House. Tasker returned to Michigan in 2002 and was surprised by the extensive network of hiking trails in the Ann Arbor-Detroit urban area. Extensive exploration of the diverse trail system led to his desire to share it all in a new and much-needed book.
Product Details ISBN: 9780897329521
ISBN-10: 089732952X
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
Publication Date: July 19th, 2011
Pages: 232
Language: English
Series: Five-Star Trails

"This new Michigan travel book makes us want to get up and go!" Detroit Free Press, September 2011