Here's your key to 50 nature walks near the great lakes of New Hampshire—Winnipesauke, Squam,
Sunapee—and alongside crystalline rivers in the woods. You'll walk a wildflower and herb trail
at an Indian museum, take a boardwalk on a bog, stroll through a science center, walk around a
gigantic Ice Age boulder 87 feet long, 23 feet wide, 37 feet high and weighing 4,662 tons.
NATURE WALKS IN THE NEW HAMPSHIRE LAKES REGION is an easy-to-use guidebook with descriptions of geology,
flora and fauna. Each walk section summarizes the trail distance, the time to walk each footpath
and the level of difficulty. Clear maps and directions for each walk are included plus driving and
Walks in historic sites, wildlife sanctuaries, state parks and private preserves
are described in detail. Useful names, addresses and telephone numbers are part of each walk description.
The Introduction suggests what to wear and how prepare.
Julia Older and Steve Sherman are authors also of the Appalachian Mountain
Club books NATURE WALKS ALONG THE SEACOAST and NATURE WALKS IN SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE.