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From the Idaho Line to the Pacific Coast, Hiking Southern Oregon describes 100 of the best hikes in the beautiful and surprisingly diverse bottom third of the state. Hikes are described for Steens Mountain, Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge, Crater Lake National Park; the Gearhart, Sky Lakes, Thielsen, Mountain Lakes, and Kalmiopsis Wilderness Areas; the North Umpqua, Rogue, Applegate, Illinois, Chetco, and Smith Rivers; Cascade-Siskiyou and Oregon Caves National Monuments; and in California, the Red Buttes and Siskiyou Wilderness Areas and Redwood National and State Parks.
Art Bernstein has written 16 other nature and hiking books. His most recent Falcon Guides was Best Easy Day Hikes - Eugene (with his wife, Lynn Bernstein) and Weird Hikes – Second Edition. An avid hiker and naturalist, with an M.S. in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan, Art grew up in Detroit but has lived in Grants Pass, Oregon, since 1970.
Zach Urness is an award-winning outdoors columnist and photographer who’s been reporting on Oregon’s wild spaces for six years. He covers the environment and recreation at the Statesman Journal in Salem, Oregon, and previously worked in Southern Oregon for the Grants Pass Daily Courier. A hiker, biker, whitewater kayaker, fly-fisherman and climber, Urness spends almost every outside-the-office moment rambling the Beaver State’s forests, mountains and rivers.
Table of Contents
Steens Mountains 1. Wildhorse Lake 2. Big Indian Gorge 3. Little Blitzen Gorge 4. Pike Creek Canyon
High Desert 5. Crack in the Ground
Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge 6. DeGarmo Canyon
Gearhart Mountain Wilderness 7. Gearhart Mountain 8. Blue Lake