Wild Virginia: A Guide to Thirty Roadless Recreation Areas Including Shenandoah National Park

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Globe Pequot, 2002 - Travel - 180 pages
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Contents

GEORGE WASHINGTON NATIONAL FOREST 1 Little River Roadless Area
1
Ramseys Draft Wilderness
7
Crawford Mountain Roadless Area
13
Laurel Fork Special Management Area
16
Rough Mountain Wilderness
24
Rich Hole WildernessMill Mountain Roadless Area
30
Three Ridges Wilderness
36
The Priest Wilderness
40
Cascades Roadless Area
83
Peters Mountain Wilderness
87
Kimberling Creek Wilderness
93
Brushy Mountain Roadless Area
98
Little Walker Mountain Roadless Area
102
Beartown Wilderness
107
Lewis Fork Wilderness
113
Little Wilson Creek Wilderness
121

Saint Marys Wilderness
44
Adams Peak Roadless Area
52
Mount Pleasant National Scenic Area
56
Three Sisters Roadless Area
61
JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST 13 Harbours Creek Wilderness
67
Shawvers Run Wilderness
72
Mountain Lake Wilderness
77
Little Dry Run Wilderness
127
North Creek Roadless Area
131
Thunder Ridge Wilderness
136
EAST COAST
150
Recommended Equipment for Backcountry Outings
170
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Carroll is a University of Virginia graduate and works as a field geologist for an environmental consultant.

Miller is employed by the Southern Appalachian Forest Coalition.

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