Northern California: An Explorer’s Guide

Northern California: An Explorer’s Guide (Countryman Press, 2013, second edition)

This encyclopedia of Northern California is ideal for road trippers, first time visitors to California’s notable destinations like Yosemite, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco and the redwoods; those who have lived here all their lives; those moving here for the first time; travelers who want to find a new destination to adore; and everyone in between.

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Weighing in at almost 700 pages, this is the book to leave in your car, or upload onto your Kindle.

Here’s what Amazon says about the book:

Explorer’s Guide Northern California offers the most up-to-date information on the region, from Big Sur to Yosemite, north to the Oregon Border while, urging travelers to understand the impact of their footprint on the land. With detailed descriptions of lodging options, honest reviews of restaurants, from taco trucks to upscale bistros, cultural attractions, natural wonders, recreation, transportation, history scattered throughout each listing, over 100 photos (most of them taken by your truly), and maps, readers will feel like they are getting a tour around this beautiful land from an old friend.

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