Item description for Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures: A Guide to 150 Natural Destinations (Trails Books Guide) (Trails Books Guide) by Tim Bewer...
This guidebook describes more than 150 of Wisconsin's best outdoor treasures-places to hike, canoe and kayak, bicycle, view wildlife, take a scenic drive, or just enjoy the solitude of rushing waterfalls, blue lakes, scenic bluffs, and deep forests.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2007
Publisher Trails Books
ISBN 1934553042 ISBN13 9781934553046
Availability 0 units.
More About Tim Bewer
Tim Bewer gave up a career as a legislative assistant to become a freelance writer, editor and photographer. He has covered topics ranging from autism to punk rock, but focuses on his first love -- travel. His written work has appeared in newspapers and magazines in the U.S., Canada, and the UK. In addition to Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures, he is the author of two other books, Acorn Guide to Northwest Wisconsin and Moon Handbooks Minnesota. Born and raised a Badger (Wisconsinite) he now lives just across the border in Minneapolis.
Tim Bewer currently resides in Minneapolis, in the state of Minnesota. Tim Bewer was born in 1970.
Reviews - What do customers think about Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures: A Guide to 150 Natural Destinations (Trails Books Guide) (Trails Books Guide)?
Wonderful Information! Aug 13, 2008
So much information - perfect for any age. Great directions and descriptions. Don't leave home without it!
Very complete and informative! Jul 8, 2002
This guide is a necessity if you travel in Wisconsin. Our family has rediscovered old childhood haunts and discovered some of Wisconsin's natural treasures that were otherwise unknown to us. This book shares in-depth information vital to state park campers, such as electric sites, beach, nature programs, etc. You can really plan a tailor-made state park vacation based on the information in this book!
An inspiring compendium of places to go and things to do Jan 31, 2001
In Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures, Tim Brewer showcases practical and informative field guide information for 150 of Wisconsin's most interesting and unique natural destinations ranging from the Mississippi River bluffs and backwaters to the forests of the great Northwoods, to the glacial hills and valleys hallmarking Wisconsin geology and topography. Wisconsin Outdoor Treasures offers the Wisconsin visitor, tourist, as well as born and bred native resident a wealth of places to hike, canoe, kayak, bike, backpack, camp out, enjoy the wildlife, and more. Here are scenic drives, cross-country ski and snowshoe suggestions, as well as the resource information for enjoy the simple solitude of waterfalls, lakes, scenic bluffs, and deep forests. From National and State parks and forests, to county parks, private natural preserves, wild and scenic rivers, and Wisconsin wildlife refuges, Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures is a comprehensive, authoritative, occasionally inspiring compendium of places to go and things to do in the Badger State, spring, summer, fall or winter.
Excellent quick reference guide for Wisconin! Aug 15, 1999
This book summarizes natural places in Wisconsin - I have found it most helpful with campsites. I am a beginning camper and it was great to see - at a glance - what resources and activities were available at the different campgrounds. I especially like that its chapters are based on sections of the state, making it easy to find a close location for a quick day trip or a destination farther away to take a longer vacation. It even includes contact information for the places listed, so you can call ahead to find out about special activities. Great book!!