• Advanced Rock Climbing
  • Hiking the PCT
  • The Bond
  • Rain Gardens
  • My Old Man and the Mountain
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Adventure Handbook
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Mountain Bike Bend
Mountain Bike Tahoe
Boys of Everest
Mudflats and Fish Camps
Rain Gardens of the PNW

PAY IT FORWARD BY GIVING BACK

We hear about the importance of giving back all the time - but why? Craig Romano, Mountaineers guidebook author, breaks it down through his experience exploring the wilderness over the course of a lifetime.

I often head to the backcountry to escape the madness of civilization. In nature, I see order, purpose, and reason. In cities, I often see chaos, confusion, and conflict. There’s nothing like a walk in the woods to rejuvenate a tired, tormented and tried soul.

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Pay it Forward
EARNING INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING HONORS

Braided River has been awarded two Independent Publisher Book Awards gold medals for titles published in 2016.

The “IPPY Awards” honor the year’s best independently published books. From more than 5,000 entries, medals were awarded to authors and publishers from 43 U.S. states, seven Canadian provinces, and 15 countries overseas.

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TURNING HOMEWARD SELECTED AS A "NOTABLE BOOK" FOR THE SIGURD OLSON NATURE WRITING AWARDS

Turning Homeward has been selected by the Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Awards committee as one of the 2016 books that best captures the spirit of humans’ relationship with nature.

Turning Homeward tells the story of how Adrienne Ross Scanlan—as a newcomer to Western Washington—immersed herself in nature restoration as a way to understand the land she’d moved to, to make it her home through volunteerism, and to work past the grief of her father’s recent death. 

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Turning Homeward

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