Backcountry Facilities: Design and Maintenance

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Appalachian Mountain Club Books, Dec 1, 1980 - Sports & Recreation - 214 pages
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Contents

Growth in Backcountry
9
The Role of Designated Overnight Sites
24
Site Location Criteria
37
Copyright

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