Kansas Outdoor Treasures

Kansas Outdoor Treasures

A Guide to Over 60 Natural Destinations

Book - 2008
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This comprehensive outdoor guide explores the many natural wonders that America's Heartland has to offer: wooded trails and towering buttes, winding rivers, sterling lakes, breathtaking rock formations, and much more. A native of Kansas, author Julie Cirlincuina describes the best places throughout the state to hike, bike, paddle, fish and hunt, take a scenic drive, or spend the day watching wildlife. You'll also find detailed information on geology, climate, campgrounds and parks, as well as directions and accessibility for each destination. Complete with detailed maps for each region of the state, this guide has everything you need to plan a Kansas adventure. Book jacket.
Publisher: Madison, Wis. : Trails Books, c2008.
ISBN: 9781934553114
Branch Call Number: 917.81 CIRLINCU
Characteristics: x, 222 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.


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