This guidebook to the Mojave National Preserve presents nearly 100 hiking options, as well information on the area's natural and cultural histories. Being high-desert country and generally a little cooler than Death Valley, topographically less rugged, and far less visited, it offers a tremendous potential for comparatively easier hiking. The book describes nearly 100 hiking destinations as varied as rugged canyons and lofty summits, salt flats and eerie volcanic plateaus, lush springs, pine forests, cactus gardens, and a healthy collection of mines, camps, and ghost towns. Illustrated with plenty of custom topographic maps, photographs, and hand drawings, it provides valuable information about the geology, mining history, wildlife, and botany of the beautiful Mojave Desert region.
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