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Old 02-15-2021, 01:12 PM #1
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Oregon Trail Book Recommendations?

I have a few different trail books for California and have seen a number of other books for popular areas like Utah, Arizona and Colorado but was wondering if anyone has a good book recommendation for Oregon trails. There are a bunch of hiking and mountain biking books but not sure how useful they would be for my purposes, and can't preview them online. Really I'm just looking for something I can thumb through to get a better idea for camping and day trips before I dive deeper into planning and use other material available. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated!
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This one has done me well:

Oregon Road & Recreation Atlas (Benchmark Recreation Atlases): Benchmark Maps and Atlases: 0767020001010: Amazon.com: Books

I've gone to using Gaia these days, though, so I keep this (and the WA, ID, and UT) in the cab for backup.
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I love reading books, and especially, I love reading self-development books.
Those who also love reading books know that books are not always available, and also books aren't always affordable.
There is a book which I found extremely useful and interesting, and I would like to share it with you.
If you want to be a successful leader, then I would recommend you read the book "8 Dimensions of Leadership: DiSC Strategies for Becoming a Better Leader 1st Edition.
You can buy it in PDF format, and also, you can buy any pdf textbook you wish.
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Delormes Gazetter Map Book is similiar to the Atlas Benchmark above, but has a list of what they call "Unique natural features" listed in the front with a quick write up of what is is and where to find it. From lava caves, hot springs, cinder cones, giant craters, faults/fissures, etc. Some good stuff in there.

Crack In The Ground

Here's an example- Called Crack in the Ground - it's a 2 mile long fault you can hike thru that's up to 100 feet deep, with many side fissures.

not my website but rather just a link to the type of thing you'll find in that list.
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