Explorer's Guide to
(2nd edition)

by David T. Page

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Explorer's Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada - David T. Page
Notes Index


  Death Valley's Secret Stash (Men's Journal)

  Really Old Masters
(NY Times)

The World's Most Traveled Man?

(Men's Journal)

Skiing CA's 14ers

(Eastside Magazine)

Wild Ice

(NY Times)

Rituals: The Last Run

(NY Times)


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Where to See the Perseids in CA? Why, Out Back of Course.

THE SHOW KICKS OFF TOMORROW (July 23) and is set to run through the 22nd of August, with the real tour de force sometime around the 12th and 13th of August. Here are a few places (and cool pics) recommended by Hugo Martin at the LA Times last year where a person might lie on his or her back and gape at the sky.

If we can pull it off, we'll be heading for some of the darkest skies in the Southwestern US, high up in one of the following ranges: the Glass, the Whites, the Inyos, the Cosos, the Argus or the Panamints. Maybe we'll see you there.

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