an old stone structure, moss covered, in a forest.

Hiking Through History Washington: Exploring the Evergreen State's Past By Trail

by Nathan Barnes Author and Jeremy Barnes Author

Hiking Through History Washington is more than just your standard trail guide. While including the basics—distance in miles, directions, and GPS coordinates—this guide goes a step further with each of its 40 hike profiles by also providing all popular trails (of varying degrees of difficulty), beautiful pictures, detailed maps, and nifty sidebars that tell stories of the history underfoot. So, when you stumble upon the ruins of an old stone house, tucked away in an evergreen forest, you'll be able to know how it got there and whose hard work built it. This is a great companion for hikers who want to know more than just where they're going, but who has gone there before them.