By Jerry Schad
Trek the various terrain of Southern California, from barren region to seashore to mountaintop, on a simple walk or in a single day experience, with this final advisor to the a hundred and one top hikes within the Southland. Covers the Santa Monica, San Gabriel, San Jacinto, and San Bernardino mountains, and the Mojave and Colorado deserts. This up to date and revised variation of 1 of our best-selling guidebooks contains 10 new hikes, with a better emphasis on climbing possibilities within the fast-growing Ventura County and Inland Empire areas, and up-to-date details for hikes from the 1st variation. for every journey you'll locate all new maps, images, the highlights of the path, and emblems to inform you the fundamentals of the stopover at a look.
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