Explore the Spectacular Selkirk Mountains
The Selkirk Mountains stretch across a wide swath of the Inland Northwest. They host a stunning variety of landscapes and extend far north into Canada, but Washington and Idaho hold one-third of the range plus an expansive, little-heralded trail system. This is the most comprehensive guide book ever produced for the American Selkirks, with descriptions for more than 170 trails plus charts, maps and photos to help hikers of all abilities easily find terrific trails and make their own discoveries in the beautiful, wild Selkirks.
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Useful companion to this book: Trails of the Wild Cabinets
About the author
Born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1956, Dennis Nicholls moved to Montana right out of high school and attended Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell. He then worked seasonally as a forestry technician for 10 years with the U.S. Forest Service. For several more years he served as a forestry consultant before founding The River Journal newspaper; the first issue was put together on a kitchen table at his home in Trout Creek, Montana.