A nearby wilderness is a little tamer ... the descriptions are ripe with the authority of having been there on foot. -- Spokesman-Review newspaper, July 13, 2003
One area of Montana remains a mystery for many backcountry aficionados - the Cabinets ... Nicholls has remedied that situation. -- Missoulian newspaper, July 10, 2003
The guide is very user-friendly, with detailed maps and directions ... It reads like good advice from a well-informed friend. -- Pacific Northwest Inlander newspaper, July 10, 2003
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About the Author
Revised by Jim Mellen, a friend and former hiking partner of the author, the second edition has more hikes and corrections and changes to trails. The second edition also includes GPS coordinates for each trailhead, as well indexes by trail name and number, and appendixes on gear and Leave No Trace ethics. Author Dennis Nicholls also provides an absorbing natural history for the range, along with several essays drawn from his own adventures wandering the Cabinets. Whether you're a Sandpoint visitor or long-time resident, Trails of the Wild Cabinets will help you explore and appreciate these out our back door wildlands.