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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Scavenger Hike Adventures and Mountain Journal Spiral-bound – January 1, 2003
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"...a treasured keepsake of a special day of family fun in the Great Smoky Mountains." -- Kids Life Magazine, October 2004
"...an interactive journey where the plants, trees, rocks and historic relcs reveal their secrets and stories to you!" -- Joe Guenther, Owner Day Hiker Outfitter Stores
"...guided discovery" -- Knoxville News Sentinal, Summer 2004
"...one of a kind book designed for all levels of hikers." -- Mountain Press, June 23, 2004
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(authors) "... provide clues that help readers discover little-known parts of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. -- Southern Living Magazine, November 2004
Southern Living Magazine, November 2004
"I have already done 3 Scavenger Hike Adventures! It was a blast!" -- Tim Gordon, Owner Jellystone Campground and Resort
"This book has been needed for a long time!" -- Smoky Mountains National Park Ranger for over 30 years
"This book has been needed for a long time."
Smoky Mountains National Park Ranger -- Ellen Ogle, National Park Ranger
Feature Article titled, "Clues Make Scavenger Hike Book Worth the Trip." -- Smoky Mountain Herald, summer 2004
From the Publisher
The book was formally reviewed and approved by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is endorsed by the Great Smoky Mountains Association. "Big Fun For Kids and Adults." This is the only interactive hiking guide ever written for the Smoky Mountains.
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Top Customer Reviews
The trails are generally pretty well marked - but if you have a chance to talk to a park ranger before going on some of the extreme hikes ask what landmarks may have changed or you may spend more time hiking in the wrong direction than you want to! LOL - our six mile hike day turned into a 13 mile hike day!
Overall a great experience and I would recommend this book to hikers of any age/experience level who want to offer themselves and/or their kids more than just a pretty view!