Collins Complete Hiking and Camping Manual: The Essential Guide to Comfortable Walking, Cooking and Sleeping

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Collins, 2007 - Camping - 436 pages
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Field tested by one of the most respected outdoor programmes in the world, 'Collins Complete Hiking and Camping Manual' is the most comprehensive guides available. It is broad in scope, while still focused on the essential skills and information that you need to travel safely and comfortably in any wilderness.

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User Review  - Barbara. - Borders

This book was written by Rick Curtis, director of the Outdoor Action Program at Princeton University, one of the most succesful college outdoor programs around. It's not the kind of book you sit down ... Read full review

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User Review  - econmatrix007 - LibraryThing

Great resource for novice and experienced backpackers. An essential reference for the outdoor enthusiast's bookshelf. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Rick Curtis has been the director of the Outdoor Action Program at Princeton University since 1981. He lectures regularly on topics such as outdoor safety, running a wilderness orientation program, training college wilderness leaders and building Web sites. He has been backpacking and camping for the past thirty years.

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