Alaska. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 444 pages
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Alaska’s vast natural beauty is unparalleled. Spectacular Mt McKinley and Prince William Sound are only the tip of the iceberg. With quirky villages and a few cities dotted across boundless acres of national parks and reserves, sheer adventure is outside every door. Whether you’re hiking or paddling, whale watching or glacier gawking, follow this definitive guide into the USA’s last great wilderness.

Into The Wild– in-depth chapters dedicated to outdoor activities and adventures.

Bear Essentials– special chapter on Alaska’s abundant wildlife and diverse flora.

Native Alaskans, New Urbanites– extensive coverage of local culture, lifestyle, arts and history.

Road More And Less Traveled– custom itineraries, thorough directory and 84 detailed maps.

Where To Hibernate– rustic campsites, backcountry cabins, secluded B&Bs, elegant suites…opinionated sleeping listings for various budgets.

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User Review  - Janet - Goodreads

Will want to revisit this when we cruise to Alaska next year! Read full review

Review: Alaska (Lonely Planet Regional Guide)

User Review  - Susie - Goodreads

i love lonely planet guides; they're well-put together and sarcastic. i wish this one had a few more maps, but was happily informed throughout my trip. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Jim DuFresne is an outdoor writer and columnist. His books on travel and outdoor recreation include Explorer's Guide 50 Hikes in Michigan, Michigan State Parks, Michigan: Off the Beaten Path, and Michigan's Best Outdoor Adventures with Children. He lives in Clarkston, Michigan.

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