Moon New England Hiking

The Complete Guide to More Than 400 of the Best Hikes in New England

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Fifth Edition, May 2010
Pages: 504

Print
Price: $21.95 USD
ISBN: 9781598800197


Avid hiker and freelance writer Jacqueline Tourville invites you to grab your hiking gear and get away from life’s daily grind in Moon New England Hiking. Packed with useful information, the book covers a wide selection of hiking trails from beginner-friendly, low-terrain treks to alpine adventures in New England’s higher elevations. Tourville provides lists that appeal to a variety of hikers’ interests, such as Best Hikes for Fall Foliage Viewing, Best Coastal or Island Hikes, Best Backpacking Hikes, and Best Hikes for Kids. Complete with details on what to pack, what to wear, and tips on hiking ethics, Moon New England Hiking gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable hiking experience.


What’s inside Moon New England Hiking

Enjoy the very best of New England Hiking with these itineraries:
  • Best Backpacking Hikes
  • Best for Bird-Watching
  • Best Coastal or Island Hikes
  • Best for Fall Foliage
  • Best for Kids
  • Best for Lakes and Swimming Holes
  • Best Summit Hikes
  • Best for Sunrises
  • Best for Sunsets
  • Best for Waterfalls
  • Best for Wheelchair Access
Discover the best hiking spots in:
  • Rhode Island
  • Maine including The North Woods, Down East, Western Lakes and Mountains
  • New Hampshire including The White Mountains, the Lakes Region and South
  • Vermont including Champlain Valley and the Northeast Kingdom, and The Green Mountains
  • Massachusetts including The Berkshires, Central Massachusetts, Boston and Cape Cod
  • Connecticut including Western Hills, Hartford and the Quiet Corner, and Long Island Sound

Jacqueline Tourville grew up hiking in the Adirondacks region of New York State. As an adult, she discovered the diverse terrain of New England while living in Boston. Today, she’s a busy freelance writer, and author of the popular “Are We There Yet?” family travel column for Parenting New Hampshire magazine. She is also the co-author of the prenatal health guide Big, Beautiful and Pregnant, and has contributed numerous articles about health and outdoor living for both web and print publications. Jacqueline lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two children.