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Nastawgan: The Canadian North by Canoe & Snowshoe

by Bruce W. Hodgins & Margaret Hobbs

A rich history of Canadian wilderness travel, an utterly compelling collection, said The Globe and Mail.


Travels with my Daughter

by Niema Ash

This honest, humorous memoir describes the adventures mother and daughter share and celebrates travel, motherhood, and life itself.


Maps That Made History: The Influential, the Eccentric and the Sublime

by Dr. Lez Smart

Features 25 glorious maps that chart societies, land, sea, and skies; maps that have influenced and inspired; and maps that misrepresent.


Ghost Towns of Muskoka

by Andrew Hind

The authors explore the tragic history of communities whose stars have long since faded, and the people who once lived, loved, and laboured in them.


Vanished Villages of Elgin: 0

by Jennifer Grainger

Shipwrecks, War of 1812 skirmishes, ghost sightings, and even a murder or two help make up the colourful story of Elgin Countrys heyday.


The Spartacus Road: A Personal Journey Through Ancient Italy

by Peter Stothard

The name of Spartacus resounds through history. In the final century of the first Roman Republic an army of slaves led by Spartacus rose up in Italy. Its success was something no one before had ever known. The...


Historic Houston Streets

by Marks Hinton

Historic Houston Streets is a definitive tale about Houston's people, politics and power, courage and sacrifice, heroes and scoundrels, humor and tragedy, myths and legends. And all this intriguing history is...


100 Days On Holy Island

by Peter Mortimer

It was the worst winter in a decade, the winter of foot-and-mouth, when island power cuts ran for up to 72 hours - and two days before Peter Mortimer's planned departure, his father died.100 DAYS ON HOLY ISLAND...


Quintessentially Reserve 2012

by Quintessentially Publishing

Quintessentially Reserve is a stunning coffee table book bringing readers an up-to-date and definitive guide of the best luxury hotels, lodges and boutique resorts from across the globe. Quintessentially Reserve...


St. Louis

by JD Tanner & Emily Ressler-Tanner

It’s not necessary to travel far from home for a great hike. With these information-packed guides in hand, readers have everything they need for the adventure they seek, from an easy nature walk to a multiday...


Hiking Shenandoah National Park, 4th

by Bert Gildart & Jane Gildart

Fully revised and updated, this full-color edition of Hiking Shenandoah National Park features fifty-nine of Shenandoah's finest trails - from short day hikes to overnight adventures. With this comprehensive...


Yellowstone National Park: Eye of the Grizzly

by Mike Graf & Marjorie Leggitt

Dear Diary,

Guess what? We’re sitting with hundreds of people waiting for the world’s most famous geyser, Old Faithful, to erupt. I can’t wait to see it . . .

Join the Parkers, an intrepid family of four,...


Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Ridge Runner Rescue

by Mike Graf & Marjorie Leggitt

This is Max Davis reporting from the Great Smoky Mountains. It’s the summer of 1940 . . .

 

The Parkers, an intrepid family of four, are back for another exciting adventure, this time at Great Smoky Mountains...


Grand Canyon National Park: Tail of the Scorpion

by Mike Graf & Marjorie Leggitt

Dear Diary,

I’m in a very unusual place: the bottom of the Grand Canyon. But it feels like we are at the bottom of the world . . .

 

The Parkers, an intrepid family of four, are back for another exciting adventure...


Glacier National Park: Going to the Sun

by Mike Graf & Marjorie Leggitt

Finally the group reached the top. Straight ahead was a remnant Arctic scene. Grinnell Glacier was full of cracks and large chunks of ice. Some icebergs were floating in a small lake. A waterfall splashed down...


Adventures in the Northlands: Vertebrate Mountain Shorts

by Tony Howard

'Lightning hit the cliff high above us, sending a dumper-load of rocks thrumming like jagged cannonballs out of the clouds to explode around us. Bill took a direct hit on his helmet, which was smashed. He hung...


The Wild Within

by Simon Yates

'All mountaineers develop differently. Some go higher, some try ever-steeper faces and others specialise in a particular range or region. I am increasingly drawn to remoteness – to places where few others...


Desert Dinosaurs: Discovering Prehistoric Sites in the American Southwest

by Anthony D. Fredericks

This sourcebook for scientific discovery is stuffed full of incredible facts and compelling data, offering readers insights, observations, and spirited examinations of the natural world.Desert Dinosaurs is one...


Explorer's Guide Washington (Second Edition)  (Explorer's Complete)

by Denise Fainberg

Iconic sites like Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier, and Grand Coulee Dam are complemented by those undiscovered places that only a longtime local can show you. From the eastern deserts to the western rainforests,...


Explorer's Guide Zion & Bryce Canyon: A Great Destination (Explorer's Great Destinations)

by Christine Balaz

In this new guide, travel writer Christine Balaz distills her love of the outdoors and of beautiful Utah to bring you the inside scoop on these stunning parks. In this new guide, travel writer, skier, and rock...