Hiking Maryland and DelawareFrom short, easy nature walks to strenuous, all-day treks, Hiking Maryland and Delaware: A Guide to Maryland and Delaware's Greatest Hiking Adventures, by David Edwin Lillard, has all the information you need to enjoy a day on the trails in the First and Old Line States.
- Describes 62 hikes for all ability levels in three regions: West from Catoctin, West of the Chesapeake Bay and Susquehanna River, and the Land between the Bays
- Each trail description includes a map, total length and type of hike (loop or out-and-back), difficulty rating, elevation gain, driving directions, and information on facilities, camping, fees/permits, and special considerations
- Trail Finder chart at the beginning of the book show which trips have water features, open vistas, primitive camping, and a campground or cabin, as well as which are good for kids, snowshoeing, or leaf-peeping, so itís easy to pick a trail at a glance
- 2006, second edition, 230 pages
- 9 x 6 x 0.5 in.