Yosemite Adventures: 50 Spectacular Hikes, Climbs, and Winter Treks

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Triumph Books (IL)
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5.0 X 7.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author
Matt Johanson is a high school journalism teacher and a freelance outdoor and travel writer. He is a lifelong outdoors enthusiast with more than 20 years' experience in the Yosemite area and the author of Yosemite Epics: Tales of Adventure from America's Greatest Playground. He lives in Castro Valley, California. Hans Florine is the author of Speed Climbing: How to Climb Faster and Better, has won nine national climbing championships, and has set multiple speed climbing records, including the fastest-ever ascent of the Nose of El Capitan in Yosemite.
"Wow, I want to go! With explicit directions, insider tips, gear lists, personal journals, awesome photos and maps, Yosemite Adventures temps you to trek on the best of the best. You are drawn to travel the easy casual short trails or to graduate to the steep rock climbing dream walls. This book answers how to create an awesome Yosemite bucket list!" --Marty McDonnell, Tuolumne River guide and California Outdoors Hall of Famer
"For me this book is especially memorable. Constantly visiting Yosemite since the late 1950s, I love the park and have been to many of the places Johanson describes. With well-organized chapters and concise instructions, he has done a super job for old-timers as well as first-time visitors. It's time to head to Yosemite!" --Steve Roper, pioneer climber and author
"Matt Johanson has mastered a difficult task: encapsulating and translating all that Yosemite has to offer, for park veterans and beginners alike. This book is a great resource for planning upcoming trips, in addition to acting almost like a virtual tour-guide while visiting." --Brodie Brazil, sports broadcaster