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Guide to 100 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park, Ver. 5.0

Guide to 100 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park, Ver. 5.0


By authors: Mickey Eisenberg, Gene Yore
978-1-59485-949-6
Mountaineers Books 03/1/2017
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This is not a route guide to the top of Mount Rainier. Instead, it is a guide to all the other magnificent peaks in the park that are completely wonderful, available to anyone with a sense of adventure, and commonly overlooked by most climbers entering the park. Most routes are scrambles (off trail non-technical climbing), about 15 are hikes with a trail to the top, and a handful do require climbing skills.

Version 5.0 of Guide to 100 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park is the latest update (March 2017) of this unique digital guidebook -- and a continually improving work by authors Mickey Eisenberg and Gene Yore.The ePub format of this book will work in a variety of ebook reader apps which are available from app stores for use on a personal computer, tablet, or smart phone. It cannot be read on a Kindle device unless you first convert it to Amazon's propriatary format (see Calibre-ebook.com). There is also an iPad-specific edition available in Apple's iTunes store.

The digital guidebook includes links to KML tracks, elevation data, multiple route options for several peaks, and optimized tables, images and maps for fast page loading and quick navigation of the material. Also included in the guidebook are

• Vital statistics for each peak by trailhead
• Each peak has driving directions, route description, comments, topological maps, and many peaks have route photos
• Links to live Gmap4, Google Earth, Weather, Flickr Photos (more than 800 in all), peakbagger.com, and downloadable KML tracks for all 100 peaks
• Color photos of each peak

When introduced, Guide to 100 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park quickly became a goal list for many, and a game for the more obsessed climbers who latched onto this challenge. Game and goal participants have been logging their ascents in a special section on peakbagger.com.



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