Off-Trail Adventures in Baja California
272 pages, 6 x 9
16 colour photos, 35 b&w photos, 15 drawings and maps
Release Date:13 Mar 2014

Off-Trail Adventures in Baja California

Exploring Landscapes and Geology on the Gulf Shores and Islands

The University of Arizona Press

A must-have for anyone who has visited or hopes to visit Baja California’s Gulf Coast, Off-Trail Adventures in Baja California describes – and maps and illustrates – nine hikes on islands, along coastal outcrops, and other special places where geography, geology, and ecology meet in singular ways. Whether you like to hike with your boots on or from the comfort of your couch, this book is a delight.

Markes E. Johnson is the Charles L. MacMillan Professor of Natural Science, Emeritus, at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He is the author of Discovering the Geology of Baja California: Six Hikes on the Southern Gulf Coast, and co-editor of Atlas of Coastal Ecosystems in the Western Gulf of California: Tracking Limestone Deposits on the Margin of a Young Sea.
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