What do you think of 105 Hikes In and Around Southwestern British Columbia?
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Here’s what people are saying about 105 Hikes.
“If you are a hiker, then this is the ultimate book for you.”— Global News at Noon, Global BC
“Imagine having access to the best local hiking trails at your finger tips. Now you can, thanks to the new book 105 Hikes In and Around Southwestern British Columbia.”— News 1130
“Printed in vivid colour with a photograph and a map accompanying every hike, it’s a guidebook for outdoor enthusiasts that was obviously produced by a member of the hiking community who shares its values and appreciation for nature.”— The Georgia Straight
“If you’re like anybody I know, you’ve got a copy of it on your bookshelf.”— Stephen Quinn, host of CBC Radio One’s The Early Edition
“Using maps, photos and detailed descriptions of routes, Hui’s book is indispensable for the serious hiker who wants challenges and is prepared to hoof it across rough terrain. It’s also welcome for the serious walker who wants to find a trail that doesn’t demand scrambling up a huge elevation gain and doesn’t require backpacking a tent.”— Coast Reporter
“I believe this book would be a must-have for an avid hiker.”— The Peak
“This book is a fine successor to 103 Hikes, and I hope it goes through as many editions as the Macaree-Bryceland books.”— Glenn Woodsworth, author, Hot Springs of Western Canada
“Every family in Vancouver, Victoria, and southwest British Columbia should have a copy of this book in its library.”— David Crerar, coauthor, The Glorious Mountains of Vancouver’s North Shore
“This is the new benchmark.”— Steve van der Woerd, founder, Wanderung Outdoor Recreation Society
“105 Hikes In and Around Southwestern British Columbia will stand as the most up-to-date guide book for those interested in exploring various trekking possibilities in the Lower Mainland mountain region of B.C. and northern Washington.”— Ron Dart, Chilliwack Outdoor Club
“105 Hikes is beautiful and informative but better yet it’s kind of like having a guide right there with you when you’re planning a trip – with all the key information easy to access in one place.”— Marisa Pahl, artist and wilderness advocate
“Hikers are encouraged to get out on the trails in all kinds of weather with welcoming prose, stories and very clear indications of ease/difficulty.”— Tamara Gorin, co-owner, Western Sky Books
“If you hike in Southwestern BC, you’re going to want to pick up a copy of this book.”— Happiest Outdoors
“One of my very favourite guidebooks.”— Hikes Near Vancouver
“Whether you’re a casual Grouse Grinder or a backcountry enthusiast, 105 Hikes—the all-new, expanded follow-up to southwestern British Columbia’s best-selling hiking guidebook, now featuring trails on the islands and northern Washington—is a must-have and will inspire you to take advantage of the great outdoors right in our backyard.”— Read Local BC
“I love the maps.”— A Walk and a Lark
“If you live in or plan to visit BC, Canada, and like to explore outdoors, I would highly recommend taking along a copy of ‘105 Hikes’ as a companion.”— Carry My Camera