Looking for easy outdoor adventures that are family friendly and leave you feeling refreshed, not exhausted?
You’ve come to the right place.
Roger Fulton’s Trail Guides cover simple and enjoyable outings that the young and old can enjoy. Written for the “common man”, these books give you places to go and things to see so that almost anyone can enjoy the great outdoors – without costly equipment - without taking a full day to complete the adventure - and without getting lost!
Written in their own unique blend of common sense and wit, Fulton and co-author Michael Carpenter make it clear that these guides are not for the marathon runners, extreme skiers or Class V kayakers.
Instead, they are specifically for the average person who “likes to walk but doesn’t like to sweat”.
Explore 25 outings - hikes and interesting walks, bike trails, kayak and canoe trips, cross country ski and snowshoe trails, or wildlife viewing destinations - in each easy-to-read guide.
The convenient size (8”H x 4”W) and top spiral binding allow the trail guides to be easily carried in a back pocket or backpack for quick reference, and the dozens of full color photos packed into each guide add to their interactive nature.
Each trip is rated:
EASY – suitable for any age or physical condition
MODERATE – because of either the length or terrain
DIFFICULT – expect to sweat
Each outing is detailed with:
- A general description
- What you will see along the way
- How to get there – with easy to follow directions that always start from an Interstate highway
- GPS readings
- A list of facilities
- Any seasonal hours-fees-parking
Special attractions, cautions and tips are noted, as well as a “Log” page for you to record your events and observations.
The southern Adirondacks and Central New York regions abound with outdoor opportunities! As do North East and Central Florida!
If you’re looking for places to go for some quiet time with the family – (or without the family!) – Roger Fulton’s Trail Guides are written for those who want to explore the great outdoors, but don’t know where to go…
…and don’t want to work too hard when they get there.
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