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by Gordon R. White

eBook Stein Valley Wilderness Guidebook download ISBN: 0969461801
Author: Gordon R. White
Publisher: Institute For New Economics (1991)
Language: English
Pages: 191
ePub: 1631 kb
Fb2: 1259 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: mbr lit txt docx
Category: Sports
Subcategory: Water Sports

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Books: Stein Valley Wilderness Guide 2ED, Gordon White 2013 – Good guidebook. Re-uses a lot of beta from Freeman and Thompson but substantially expanded and updated. Stein: The Way of the River, M’Gonigle & Wickwire 1988 – Fantastic historical info. There are many areas when you can camp in this section as well, but the official sites are Lean To (km 17), Ponderosa (km 22) and Cottonwood (km 30). See the trails description section for further info.

Welcome to Gordon White’s Stein Valley Wilderness Guidebook. One of BC’s showcase provincial parks, the Stein offers excellent wilderness recreation opportunities in a truly unique watershed that is home to grizzly bear, cougar, wolf, salmon, and eagle – indicator species whose presence speaks to the health of ecosystems. Contact: gordonnvalleyguide.

The newest addition to Westcliffe's series of wilderness area guidebooks profiles the state's 15 designated and 83 proposed wilderness areas. Illustrated by handy maps and Leland Howard's breathtaking photographs.

White, Gordon . 1963-. Publication, Distribution, et. Vancouver. Stein Wilderness Alliance, (c)1991. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Stein Valley wilderness guidebook, Gordon R. White.

After reading Gordon White's out-of-print book "Stein Valley Wilderness Guidebook" (apparently there's a new . There were beautiful views of glaciers to the south, and we were catching glimpses ahead of us into the Stein Valley.

There were beautiful views of glaciers to the south, and we were catching glimpses ahead of us into the Stein Valley. I can see why the Stein is described as a untouched, remote wilderness. We stopped for lunch at 1pm on the sunny ridge, surrounded by views.

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Recommended for anyone exploring Stein Valley. Some information is a bit dated, in particular the directions to the Blowdown pass trail head. From the paved road the turnoff is marked with a sign for Blowdown Creek. Follow the unpaved road until you reach a sharp left hand turn (less than a mile). There is a large sign indicating you are in a active logging area an to check in with the site manager. There were also logging equipment and parked trucks of logging workers. After contacting the site foreman/manager proceed to the RIGHT, past the sign. This is the road that leads past the old silver mine and to the parking area Gordon White talks of when entering via Blowdown . If you follow that sharp turn to the left you will in in a new logging area, not where you want to be. Road to the parking lot is in excellent shape, easy for two wheel drive cars. After the parking lot (just a wide spot in the road with a big log laid over to one side) the road quickly becomes more difficult, but passable with a sturdy 4 wheel drive. Few spots for an easy turn around though once you hit your limiting factor be vehicular, or nerves/common sense. Have FUN! This is excellent information, but always be thoughtful and use common sense. We hiked in June 10, 2013. The mile on either side of pass still had significant snow covering, but was passable. After about a two day hike there will be an unimproved campsite (just a fire pit and a few large rocks for sitting). It is next to a washed out bridge. We did not attempt to cross the stream and followed the newer trail leading upward. From there it is a easy day`s hike to an improved campsite (bear box, picnic table and toilet), but not an easy hike. We did not have time to go much further though.
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Of corse this is a great book, but I am sure the newer version (not offered on Amazon) is much better.