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  1. Book ImageWalking The Hudson: From the Battery to Bear Mountain

    Cy A Adler, Pete Seeger

    Second Edition

    “Reveals the beauty and wonder of one of America’s most familiar yet least appreciated waterways and shorelines.”—Ruth Messinger, former Manhattan borough presidentMore

  2. Book ImageBoston Foot Notes: A Walking Guide

    Jane Grossman, Felice Yager, Robert Bowden

    Revised Second Edition

    “Every major American city should be lucky enough to have such an engrossing walking guide written about it.” —Martin Rapp, Travel & LeisureMore

  3. Book ImageWeekend Walks in Brooklyn: 22 Self-Guided Walking Tours from Brooklyn Heights to Coney Island

    Robert J. Regalbuto

    Weekend Walks in Brooklyn is an invitation to explore many Brooklyn neighborhoods, from trendy DUMBO to Coney Island, from the Hasidic enclaves of Williamsburg to the scenic Narrows of Bay Ridge, and from Brooklyn Heights promenade to the tree-lined streets of Park Slope.More

  4. Book ImageWeekend Walks on the Delmarva Peninsula: Walks and Hikes in Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia

    Jay Abercrombie


    The curious wanderer's guide to the colorful history and the rich natural diversity of the Chesapeake and Delaware Bay area.More

  5. Book ImageWeekend Walks in Rhode Island: 40 Trails for Hiking, Birding & Nature Viewing

    Ken Weber

    Fourth Edition

    A gentle hiking guide to Rhode Island's diverse natural and historic treasures.More

  6. Book ImageWeekend Walks in Dutchess and Putnam Counties: A Guide to History & Nature in the Eastern Hudson Valley

    Peggy Turco

    A gentle hiking guide to the region's natural areas.More

  7. Book ImageHikes & Walks in the Berkshire Hills

    Lauren R. Stevens

    Whether your taste runs to an easy stroll or a trek to a high peak, anyone can discover the beautiful Berkshire Hills using this detailed, well-organized guide.More

  8. Book ImageWeekend Walks in the Historic Washington D. C. Region: 38 Self-Guided Tour in the Capital and Five Surrounding States

    Robert J. Regalbuto

    Explore the historic sites, monuments, and architecture of America's capital and environs on foot, and at your own pace.More

  9. Book Image1001 Walks in Britain

    The Automobile Association (Great Britain)

    Walks of 2 to 10 miles in every corner of Britain.More

  10. Book ImageWeekend Walks in Historic New England: 45 Self-Guided Walking Tours in Cities, Towns, and Villages

    Robert J. Regalbuto

    A step-by-step walking guide takes you through picturesque New England villages, towns, and city neighborhoods, with an emphasis on local history and architecture.More

  11. Book ImageWeekend Walks Along the New England Coast: Exploring the Coast from Connecticut to Maine

    John Gibson

    A guide to more than 40 walks and hikes along the New England coast.More

  12. Book ImageWeekend Walks in St. Louis and Beyond: 30 Town and Country Walks Within 150 Miles of the City

    Robert Rubright

    A guide to 35 town and country walks within 150 miles of the city of St Louis.More

  13. Book ImageOutside Adventure Travel: Trekking

    David Noland

    Outside Books introduces a unique series of international sport/travel guides: your favorite adventure sports, our top picks—worldwide—of where to pursue them.More

  14. Book ImageWalks and Rambles on Cape Cod and the Islands: A Nature Lover's Guide to 35 Trails

    Ned Friary, Glenda Bendure

    Second Edition

    A guide to the sandy beaches, old whaling towns, lighthouses, cranberry bogs and sheltered coves of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.More

  15. Book ImageWeekend Walks in Britain

    The Automobile Association (Great Britain), Paul Sterry

    Covering some of the most beautiful country in England, Scotland, and Wales, the routes in this sumptuously detailed guide lead you through rolling scenery and dramatic landscapes, through elegant towns and tranquil villages--picking out features of interest that include local birds and plant life, history, and architecture.More

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