Hiking Mt. Baker and the North Cascades: Selected Walks Around Koma Kulshan (Mt. Baker) & the North Cascades
By: John D'Onofrio
ISBN: 978-0-88839-760-7 [Trade Paperback]
ISBN: 978-0-88839-761-4 [eBook color]
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 5.5" X 8.5"
Publication Date: Fall 2023
This is not your typical hiking guide.
Complete with all the maps, access and local information you might need to navigate the trails, this book focuses on the inspiring beauty to be found on these extraordinary footpaths around Mt. Baker and the surrounding area. Lavishly illustrated with beautiful photographs and detailed topographic maps, each hike is presented with an eye toward the exceptional scenic splendor of these carefully-selected destinations, allowing you to maximize your aesthetic experience in these glorious mountains.
More than a book to tell you how to get to these spectacular destinations, this book tells you why to go.
John D'Onofrio is a writer and photographer who has spent more than 30 years exploring the Mt. Baker area and the North Cascades.
He is the co-author (with Todd Warger) of Images of America: Mt. Baker (Arcadia Publishing). His essays on wilderness travel have been published in Foghorn, Trail Runner, Washington Trails, Cascadia Weekly, NW Runner, Northwest Men’s Magazine and many other publications.
His photography has been exhibited throughout the United States and has been published in National Geographic Adventure and Outdoor Photography, featured on the NBC and ABC television networks, and utilized by the U.S. Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, The North Cascades Institute, Defenders of Wildlife and the National Parks Foundation. His work is highlighted in several books, including The Salish Sea (Cloud Ridge Publishing) and The North Cascades: Finding Beauty and Renewal in the Wild Nearby (Braided River Press).
His film, Cascadia Dreams, a collaboration with Native American Flute Master Gary Stroutsos and photographer Lance Ekhart was released in 2018.
A resident of Bellingham, WA, he has published and edited Adventures Northwest Magazine since 2012. He leads photography workshops across North America and Alaska.