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Sierra Nevada Mountains - Media Review

Posted in Features on November 1, 2003
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Contributors: Mark Nobles

Sierra Nevada Byways
Those who live within striking distance of the Sierra Nevada Mountains know that there are nearly endless adventures to be had by the intrepid four-wheeler in search of new vistas. The range is criss-crossed by hundreds of miles of trails, many of which can be conquered by the family SUV and some of which require the expertise of hard-core 'wheelers and their rigs. How do you find them? In recent years, Tony Huegel has produced some of the best trail guides that family adventurers will ever find. And his collection has just grown by one more volume: Sierra Nevada Byways.

This book is not about extreme four-wheeling; it's about off-road trails that families can tackle in their four-bys. Of the 50 trails that Tony covers in this book, many are extremely remote, ranging in toughness from easy to difficult. Tony covers every aspect of each trail that the would-be explorer should know before heading out. He also includes detailed maps that will help guide travelers safely there and back again.

If you've a penchant for history, scenic beauty, and off-road travel, Sierra Nevada Byways is a must.


Wilderness Press
Berkeley, CA 94710

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