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    A gritty, no-holds-barred portrait of
Freya Hoffmeister, the most accomplished—
and controversial—sea kayaker in the world

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                                                              One Woman, One Kayak, One Continent
                                                              JOe GliCKmAn

                                                              978-0-7627-7287-2 • January 2012
                                                              $16.95 US/$18.95 CAN • World • Paper • 5 ½ x 8 • 224 pp • 24/CTN
                                                              8-page b&w insert • FalconGuides • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

   like the instant classic The Last American Man, Fearless is the story of a remarkable individual who accepts
   no personal limits—including fear. Freya Hoffmeister, a forty-six-year-old former sky diver, gymnast, marksman,
   and miss Germany contestant, left her twelve-year-old son behind to paddle alone and unsupported around
   Australia—a year-long adventure that virtually every expert guaranteed would get her killed. She planned not
   only to survive the 9,420-mile trip through huge, shark-infested seas, but to do it faster than the only other pad-
   dler who did it.
        As journalist and expert kayaker Joe Glickman details the voyage of this Teutonic force of nature, he
   captures interminable days on the water and nights camped out on deserted islands; hair-raising encounters
   with crocs and great white sharks; and the daring 300-mile open-ocean crossing that shaved three weeks off
   her trip. For 332 days Glickman followed Freya’s journey on her blog—along with a far-flung audience of awe-
   struck, even lovesick, groupies—as she took on one terrifying ordeal after the next. in the end, he says, “her
   vanity and pigheadedness paled next to her nearly superhuman ability to master fear and persevere.”

   Joe Glickman is a recipient of the lowell Thomas Award for travel writing. His work has appeared in Outside,
   Men’s Journal, National Geographic Adventure, Backpacker, Canoe & Kayak, and leading national newspapers.
   His books include To The Top and The Kayak Companion. A two-time member of the U.S. national marathon
   Kayak Team, he lives in Brooklyn, new York.
                                                                                        With	cONtRibutiONS	fROM:
                                                                                                  Ben marcus
                                                                                         author,	The Surfing Handbook,
                                                                                          The Art of Stand Up Paddling

                                                                                                  chris Dixon
                                                                                             writer,	Surfer	magazine

                                                                                                 kimball taylor	
                                                                                                   writer,	ESPN

                                                                                                 Bruce Jenkins
                                                                                         author,	North Shore Chronicles;	
                                                                                            writer,	Sports Illustrated

                                                                                                Drew kampion
     2                                                                             former	editor,	Surfer, Surfing, Wind Surf,	and	
                                                                                    Wind Tracks	magazines;	author,	The Book
                                                                                    of Waves: Form and Beauty on the Ocean

                                                                                             James Hollmer-cross	
                                                                                             writer,	Surfing	magazine

                                                                                           …and big-wave surfers:

                                                                                                Laird Hamilton
                                                                                                 Dave kalama
                                                                                                  evan Slater
                                                                                                 Shane Dorian
                                                                                                   Greg noll

               the Big Juice
               epic Tales of Big Wave Surfing
               ediTed BY JOHn lOnG And SAm GeOrGe
                                                                                        marketinG campaiGn
               978-0-7627-6993-3 • October 2011
                                                                                        •	 Major	print	media	campaign
               $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 256 pp • 24/CTN
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                                                                                        •	 Website	with	book	trailer
                                                                                        •	 Soouthern	california	author	events

          The best and newest big-wave surfing stories

                    from the sport’s insiders

more than a decade ago, John long published his now-            ALSO	AVAiLAbLE
classic The Big Drop, an unprecedented look at the larger-
than-life frontier of big wave surfing. Since then, the sport
has exploded in popularity. The big wave bar keeps rising
as extreme surfers continue to seek out, surf, and survive
a ride on the elusive 100-foot wave. The incredible stories
of a new generation of thrill-seeking, death-defying surfers
and stunning, full-color photography of monster waves fill
the pages of this new collection by John long and former
surfing pro Sam George.
     A powerful, contemporary look at the men and women
who live and breathe for the next big wave and the bigger,
more dangerous challenge, The Big Juice presents a rich
history of characters, controversies, heroism, humor, and
tragedy that define the sport.
                                                                the Big Drop
                                                                Classic Big Wave Surfing Stories
John Long’s adventure and instructional books—including         ediTed BY JOHn lOnG
The Big Drop, Mark of the Shark, and Long on Adventure (all
FalconGuides)—are best-sellers of outdoor publishing, with      978-1-56044-917-1 • September 2011
more than a million copies in print. A renowned explorer        $16.95 US/$18.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 256 pp
and rock climber, he divides his time between Venice, Cali-     24/CTN • 29 b&w photos throughout • FalconGuides
                                                                SPORTS & RECREATION
fornia, and Venezuela. Sam George is one of the world’s
top surfing authorities. A former professional competitor       A classic collection of big wave surfing stories that her-
and editor of Surfer and Surfing magazines, he is the author    alded a new era in surfing literature—32 tantalizing and
of several books, including Surfing: A Way of Life, and the     terrifying true tales from the sport’s pioneers
writer or director of award-winning documentary films on
surfing. He lives in malibu, California.
                                                                                        expert instruction for recreation and
                                                                                     competition—now with color photography
                                                                                      and a new chapter on stand up paddling


               the art of Surfing, 2nd
               A Training manual for the developing
               and Competitive Surfer
               rAUl GUiSAdO

               978-0-7627-7375-6 • October 2011
               $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN • World • Paper • 7 ½ x 9 ¼ • 224 pp
               24/CTN • Previous edition: 03/2003; 978-0-7627-2466-6 (192 pp; b&w)
               180 color photos • FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

                     Surfing has evolved from a passionate pastime to one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Today, there are
                     millions of surfers across the globe. The Art of Surfing was the first book of its kind to give surfers, both beginner
                     and advanced, the same training and coaching principles of the more established and traditional sports. it has
                     empowered both recreational and competitive surfers to prepare for and catch the best waves.
                          This thoroughly revised and updated new edition—with 180 color photos—covers boards and equipment,
                     the anatomy of waves, body position and stance, and techniques for everything from paddling to walking the
                     nose. Special chapters on stand up paddling, competition and training, biomechanics, and the psychology of
                     surfing round out this stunning resource for the developing surfer.

                     raul Guisado, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, has been a sports performance coach for action
                     sport athletes since 1995. Traveling the globe as a World Cup/Olympic Coach for the United States Ski Team, he
                     was a coach at the 1998, 2002, 2006, and 2010 Olympic Winter Games. He aims to coach surfing in the Olympics
                     as well. He lives in Santa Cruz, California.
A comprehensive and engaging guide that

    will inspire cyclists of all abilities


                                                             the cycling Bible
                                                             The Complete Guide for All Cyclists from novice to expert
                                                             rOBin BArTOn

                                                             978-0-7627-6999-5 • august 2011
                                                             $34.95 US/$38.95 CAN • North America • Paper • 7 ½ x 9 ½
                                                             356 pp • 12/CTN • color photos & diagrams throughout
                                                             FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

  The Cycling Bible is an essential reference for those new to cycling as well as the everyday rider, those riding for
  fitness or interested in road racing, as well as for mountain bike enthusiasts. From practical maintenance to safety
  and skills, it is a complete, user-friendly guide with step-by-step diagrams and helpful color photos, providing
  readers with all the knowledge they need to get the most out of their bike and their rides.
       Beginning with the anatomy of the bicycle, readers will discover how to get the right size and fit for them.
  There is guidance on buying essential gear, including female-specific gear. Practical tips and detailed explana-
  tions provide the confidence to tackle repair jobs along with tutorials on skills and techniques from negotiat-
  ing city streets to off-road riding. For those who want to take riding a pedal further, a month-by-month racing
  calendar and a guide to racing etiquette encourage readers to develop new skills. An international touring
  section recommends the world’s riding hot spots, features family-friendly routes, tracks the great road races,
  and explores the breathtaking scenery of the top mountain-bike meccas.
       The Cycling Bible is a lively, accessible, and authoritative guide for cyclists at any level.

  robin Barton is a london-based journalist and editor specializing in travel, sports, and fitness. He contributes
  regularly to the Independent, the Observer, What Mountain Bike, and Wanderlust. An experienced cyclist, he has
  raced in europe and mountain biked throughout north America.
                                                                                       An unprecedented new look at mountain
                                                                                        biking and trail riding techniques from
                                                                                           the author of The Art of Cycling

                                                                                        PRAiSE	fOR	thE	AuthOR’S	PREViOuS	bOOk,		
                                                                                                  THe ArT OF CyClINg

                                                                                      “this	empowering	cycling	book	should	come	in	the	
                                                                                              glove	box	of	every	new	car	sold.”	

                                                                                            —Marla	Streb,	world	champion	downhill		
                                                                                                    mountain	bike	racer
                                                                                            “A	cerebral	but	hip	manifesto	for	[urban]		
                                                                                           cyclists	looking	to	coexist	in	a	system	that		
                                                                                              has	left	them	to	fend	for	their	lives.”
               the art of mountain Biking                                                 —VeloNews, Journal of Competitive Cycling
               Singletrack Skills for All riders
               rOBerT HUrST

               978-0-7627-6985-8 • October 2011
               $16.95 US/$18.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 160 pp • 24/CTN
               FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

                     riding obstacle-strewn singletrack trails on a two-wheeled machine is one of those seductive challenges that
                     can never be fully mastered, even by the most talented and experienced. in The Art of Mountain Biking, robert
                     Hurst deliberately avoids discussion of equipment, training, and other subjects that have already been beaten
                     to death in mountain bike books and magazines to focus on the deeply complex art of riding trails. From page to
                     page and switchback to switchback, he chases the complex mysteries that make trail riding so difficult—and so
                     rewarding—from the application of “soft power” and the biomechanics of balance and vision, to the philosophy
                     of line choice and the riccatti equations that describe the path of the bike’s rear wheel, to the nature of dirt itself.
                           Built on the author’s own quarter-century of experience and the tried-and-true wisdom of many other vet-
                     eran mountain bikers, this environmentalist and darkly humorous manual provides a collection of unexpected
                     knowledge that will be indispensable to both novices and experts. Throughout, Hurst explains with clarity,
                     revelation—and a healthy dash of wit—the ins and outs of riding a mountain bike.

                     robert Hurst is the author of five previous FalconGuides, including The Art of Cycling, The Cyclist’s Manifesto,
                     and Mountain Biking Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. A former professional bike messenger who celebrates his
                     continued survival by spending time in the mountains and by riding the world’s most excellent trails, he lives in
                     denver, Colorado.
     exploring all aspects of stand up

     paddling, the exciting new sport
       that is sweeping the country

  “congrats	on	thE	most	complete	book	on		
 stand	up	paddling!	i	cannot	imagine	a	better		
person	to	write	it.	ben	Marcus	has	nailed	it	and		
   captured	the	all-around	feel	of	the	sport.”	

     —clay	feeter,	publisher,	Standup Journal


                                                           the art of Stand Up paddling
                                                           A Complete Guide to SUP on lakes, rivers, and Oceans
                                                           Ben mArCUS

                                                           978-0-7627-7329-9 • november 2011
                                                           $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN • World • Paper • 7 ½ x 9 ¼ • 224 pp
                                                           12/CTN • 150+ color photos throughout • FalconGuides
                                                           SPORTS & RECREATION

 Stand up paddling (SUP) is a new recreational activity experiencing fast growth in the United States and around
 the world. According to eSPn.com, sales of stand up paddleboards surpassed sales of surfboards in 2010. it’s an
 activity that can be enjoyed on inland lakes and rivers, as well as on the ocean and in the surf—that’s why board
 companies are seeing an explosion of sales at metropolitan locations such as Chicago and Austin. most impor-
 tantly, it’s fun and a great way to stay fit.
       The Art of Stand Up Paddling includes everything both new and not-so-new paddlers need to know—from
 buying a board and getting started on your local lake to paddling rivers and surfing waves in Hawaii. Big-wave
 surfer and stand up paddling pioneer laird Hamilton offers advice on equipment and technique. Also included
 is a fascinating and controversial history of stand up paddling, which, although new to many, actually dates
 back hundreds of years to Peruvian and Hawaiian fishermen.

 Ben marcus is a longtime surfer who has written thirteen books. He writes for surf magazines worldwide, and
 his nonsurfing work has appeared in LA Weekly, Muscle and Fitness, the Los Angeles Times, Malibu Magazine,
 and Malibu Times. He lives in malibu, California.

                backpacker magazine

                                                                     backpacker core skills series
                                                                     The Backpacker magazine Core Skills series breaks down hiking and
                                                                     backpacking into the most important and useful topics, providing the
                                                                     practical, necessary, and portable information needed in the field.
                                                                     Each title introduces readers to basic and intermediate skills needed
                                                                     to safely and successfully enjoy the outdoors—and organizes detailed,
                                                                     in-depth, practical knowledge for immediate and fast reader access in
                                                                     a portable package. The series is Backpacker magazine branded and
                                                                     fueled by FalconGuides—the essential mind gear from the two most
                                                                     respected and reliable publishers of outdoor-related information.

                                                                     SerieS SpecS: $12.95 US/$14.50 cAN • World • paper • 4 ¼ x 7 • 96 pp
                                                                     48/cTN • color photos & illus. • FalconGuides • SpOrTS & recreATiON


               Backpacker magazine’s Bear country Behavior
               Staying Safe Among Grizzly and Black Bears
               Bill SCHneider

               978-0-7627-7294-0 • January 2012
               if you encounter a bear in the wilderness, what do you do? in Bear Country Behavior, veteran backcountry traveler Bill
               Schneider gives valuable advice on how to hike and backpack safely in grizzly bear and black bear country throughout the
               United States. This volume includes hiking and camping in bear country, food storage, special considerations for women, and
               special precautions for hunters, anglers, mountain bikers, and photographers.

               Backpacker magazine’s Hiking and Backpacking with kids
               Proven Strategies for Fun Family Adventures
               mOllY ABSOlOn

               978-0-7627-7295-7 • January 2012
               How to safely and successfully hike and backpack with kids, from infants to teenagers is all here in a durable, packable,
               full-color package. Former nOlS instructor and current mom molly Absolon tells how to plan trips for kids, what to pack,
               games to play, kid-favorite food and snacks for the trail, and other tips and tricks to make a family hiking outing the best
               it can be.
                                                                                      backpacker magazine
Backpacker magazine’s Outdoor Hazards

Avoiding Trouble in the Backcountry
dAVe AnderSOn

978-0-7627-7296-4 • January 2012
To avoid outdoor hazards when hiking and backpacking, readers will want Backpacker magazine’s Outdoor Hazards. This
durable, packable, full-color package, written by lontime wilderness guide dave Anderson, covers hazards such as poor
planning, stinging insects, poisonous plants, large mammals, steep terrain, lightning storms, avalanches, river crossings,
hypothermia, and psychological hazards.

Backpacker magazine’s trailside recipes
Simple and Tasty Backcountry Fare

978-0-7627-7297-1 • January 2012
in this book molly Absolon gathers a plethora of trail-tested recipes in a durable, packable, full-color package. it includes
everything from breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts to snacks and beverages (including alcoholic drinks from Back-
packer’s popular “Backcountry Bartender” column). Also included are tips on how to prepare each recipe in the backcountry.


Backpacker magazine’s Backpacking          Backpacker magazine’s Outdoor              Backpacker magazine’s Trailside
Basics                                     Survival                                   navigation
978-0-7627-5549-3 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN   978-0-7627-5652-0 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN   978-0-7627-5654-4 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN

Backpacker magazine’s Campsite             Backpacker magazine’s Predicting           Backpacker magazine’s Using a GPS
Cooking                                    Weather                                    978-0-7627-5655-1 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN
978-0-7627-5650-6 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN   978-0-7627-5656-8 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN

Backpacker magazine’s Outdoor              Backpacker magazine’s Trailside
Knots                                      First Aid
978-0-7627-5651-3 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN   978-0-7627-5653-7 • $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN
                                                                                      A bouldering legend shares his techniques
                                                                                    and tricks—accompanied by 300+ color photos
                                                                                      from bouldering locales around the world

                                                                                           PRAiSE	fOR	thE	PREViOuS	EDitiON

                                                                                       “the	most	sophisticated	‘how-to’	book	i’ve	seen		
                                                                                                 on	any	climbing	subject.”	

    10                                                                                              —Climbing Magazine

               Better Bouldering, 2nd
               JOHn SHermAn

               978-0-7627-7031-1 • november 2011
               $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN • World • Paper • 7 ½ x 9 ¼ • 256 pp
               12/CTN • Previous edition: 06/1997; 1-57540-087-1 • 300 full-color
               photos • FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

                      this thoroughly revised and updated new edition of Better Bouldering presents all the techniques and tricks
                      gleaned from the thirty-year bouldering career of John Sherman, America’s most noted and notorious bouldering
                      guru. Sharing the most recent trends in techniques, equipment, and injury treatment and prevention, Sherman
                      imparts his insider knowledge of the sport through colorful instructional text and “combat” stories from his own
                      bouldering career—allowing both beginning and accomplished boulderers to learn from the author’s mistakes
                      rather than their own.
                           Among the guest contributors for this new edition are top boulderers Paul robinson, the 2008 ABS national
                      champion, writing on gyms and competitions; and Angie Payne, the first American female to climb V13, who
                      shares a woman’s perspective on bouldering. more than 300 new color photos taken at the most popular
                      bouldering locales throughout America and the world clearly demonstrate in dramatic fashion the concepts
                      explained in the always entertaining text.

                      John Sherman, nicknamed “Verm” (short for “Vermin”), was a notorious character in the climbing and
                      bouldering worlds during the 1980s and ’90s and is still a visible figure today, writing an occasional but always
                      controversial blog for Deadpoint Magazine. His books include Sherman Exposed and Stone Crusade.
 The essential manual for intermediate

    climbers who want to make the
  jump to advanced climbing ability—
        with new color photos

        PRAiSE	fOR	PREViOuS	EDitiONS

          “Well	researched	and	right	on.”

       —Lynn	hill,	Wold	cup	champion	and		
           first	woman	to	climb	5.14	                                                                                     11

“How to Climb 5.12	packs	a	lot	into	a	slim	book	.	.	.	
 a	great	first	training	book	and	a	good	addition	to		
          any	training	junkie’s	book	shelf.”	
                                                             How to climb 5.12, 3rd
              —rock & Ice	magazine                           eriC J. HörST

                                                             978-0-7627-7029-8 • november 2011
                                                             $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 224 pp
                                                             24/CTN • Previous edition: 09/2003; 978-0-7627-2576-2
                                                             65 color photos & 10 color illus. • FalconGuides
                                                             SPORTS & RECREATION

  in the sport of rock climbing, 5.12 is a magical grade of difficulty—the rating that separates intermediate climb-
  ers from the sport’s elite. many intermediate climbers mistakenly believe that climbs of 5.12 difficulty are simply
  beyond their reach. This revised and updated edition of eric Hörst’s best-selling instructional manual dispels that
  myth, and shows average climbers how they can achieve heights previously considered the exclusive domain of
  the full-time climber.
        How to Climb 5.12 is a performance guidebook that will help climbers attain the most rapid gains in climb-
  ing ability possible. Hörst provides streamlined tips and suggestions on such critical issues as cutting-edge
  strength training, mental training, and climbing strategy. How to Climb 5.12 is the perfect manual to help
  intermediate climbers quickly along the road to mastery.

  eric Hörst has been climbing for more than twenty-five years. His many books include Maximum Climbing,
  Training for Climbing, Conditioning for Climbers, Learning to Climb Indoors, and Rock Climbing Virginia, West
  Virginia, and Maryland (all FalconGuides). He lives in lancaster, Pennsylvania.

                                                                              Best Climbs is a series of climbing guides, specifically
                                                                              for nonlocal climbers and locals with minimal time on
                                                                              their hands, all of whom seek visually appealing, to-the-
                                                                              point guides that filter out the very best climbs in some
                                                                              of America’s most popular climbing destinations. These
                                                                              FalconGuides include the best sport and trad routes, with
                                                                              an emphasis on moderate climbs ranging from 5.6 to 5.10.


               Best climbs Joshua tree                                        Bob Gaines, an AmGA (American mountain Guides Asso-
                                                                              ciation) Certified rock Guide, is the coauthor of Climbing
               national park
                                                                              Anchors and Rock Climbing Tahquitz and Suicide Rocks
               The Best Sport and Trad routes in the Park
                                                                              (both FalconGuides), and is the owner/director of Verti-
               BOB GAineS
                                                                              cal Adventures Climbing School, based at Joshua Tree
               978-0-7627-7019-9 • October 2011                               national Park, California. He lives in Joshua Tree and new-
               $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 144 pp          port Beach, California.
               24/CTN • 115 color photo topos & 18 color action photos
               FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

               With over 8,000 routes to choose from, selecting a climb at
               Joshua Tree can be a daunting task for the traveling climber
               or for a climber new to the area. Best Climbs Joshua Tree
               National Park includes over 250 of the very best sport and
               trad routes at this world-renowned climbing area.

                    •   250+ favorite routes, many of moderate difficulty
                                                                              COmPleTe BACKliST
                    •   Trivia and route history sidebars
                    •   Stunning action photos                                Best Climbs denver and Boulder
                    •   15+ color topo maps with detailed directions to       978-0-7627-6116-6 • $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN
                        parking areas (GPS coordinates included)              Best Climbs moab
                                                                              978-0-7627-6058-9 • $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN

                                                                              Best Climbs rocky mountain national Park
                                                                              978-0-7627-6998-8 • $18.95 US/ $20.95 CAN
A cliffhanging collection of some of the

 world’s greatest climbing adventures

         With	cONtRibutiONS	by:

             Francesco petrarch
               royal robbins
                 pat ament
                David pagel
               David Brower
              Warren Hollinger
            albert L. ellingwood
             isabella Lucy Bird
               Leslie Stephen                                                                                              13
                  Jeff Salz
                Josh Lowell
                mick Fowler
                 paul ross
               James Outram                                climb
              mike thompson                                Tales of man Versus Boulder, Crag, Wall, and Peak
                                                           ediTed BY KerrY l. BUrnS And CAmerOn m. BUrnS

                                                           978-0-7627-7149-3 • October 2011
                                                           $14.95 US/$16.95 CAN • World • Paper • 5 ½ x 8 ½ • 256 pp
                                                           24/CTN • 15 b&w photos • FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

 From straightforward narratives of ascents to meticulous self-examination to spiritual reveries, climbing prompts
 men and women to pour forth essays, articles, and books that are unlike any other field of literature. in Climb,
 editors Kerry l. Burns and Cameron m. Burns showcase the amazingly vast spectrum that rock and mountain
 climbing literature offers, including fresh, new tales of adventure.
      From Francesco Petrarch’s 1336 ascent of mount Ventoux to the early european ascents of the Victorian
 Age, from Pat Ament’s descent into the Black Canyon of the Gunnision with layton Kor, to Josh lowell’s adven-
 tures bouldering in Harlem, Climb looks back across the broad field of mountain-related adventures and brings
 together some of the finest and most poignant stories ever written about rock climbing, mountain ascents, and

 As a geologist, kerry L. Burns explored the Tasmanian wilderness, the Australian outback, and Cordillera dar-
 win in Tierra del Fuego in South America. He is currently a geothermal energy consultant for projects around
 the world. cameron m. Burns is a climber, writer, and editor based in Colorado. He has been a reporter/
 correspondent/columnist with dozens of newspapers, magazines, and websites. He is author, coauthor, editor,
 and contributor of more than two dozen books about the outdoors.

                                         Beautiful, full-color guidebooks to the best waterfall hikes in
                                                 north Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia


               Hiking Waterfalls in north carolina                              Hiking Waterfalls in Georgia and
               A Guide to the State’s Best Waterfall Hikes                      South carolina
               meliSSA WATSOn                                                   A Guide to the States’ Best Waterfall Hikes
                                                                                meliSSA WATSOn
               978-0-7627-7150-9 • September 2011
               $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 272 pp            978-0-7627-7151-6 • September 2011
               24/CTN • four-color photos & route maps throughout
                                                                                $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 240 pp
               FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION
                                                                                24/CTN • four-color photos & route maps throughout
                                                                                FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION
               From the Blue ridge Parkway to the Great Smoky moun-
               tains, north Carolina is renowned for its beautiful water-       The mountains of South Carolina and Georgia are
               falls. Hiking Waterfalls in North Carolina includes detailed     renowned for beautiful waterfalls. Hiking Waterfalls in
               hike descriptions, maps, and color photos for 140 of the         Georgia and South Carolina includes detailed hike descrip-
               most scenic waterfall hikes in the state. Hike descriptions      tions, maps, and color photos for more than 60 of the most
               also include history, local trivia, and GPS coordinates. The     scenic waterfall hikes in the states—many of them along
               book is an ideal complement to the strong-selling Falcon-        the mountainous border between the two states, within
               Guide Hiking North Carolina, with minimal overlapping            easy access of each other. Hike descriptions also include
               content.                                                         history, local trivia, and GPS coordinates. This book is an
                                                                                ideal complement to the strong-selling FalconGuides Hik-
                                                                                ing South Carolina and Hiking Georgia, with minimal over-
                                                                                lapping content.

               melissa Watson is a professional firefighter who has been hiking trails and photographing waterfalls in north Carolina, South
               Carolina, and Georgia for almost twenty years. Whether searching out new falls or revisiting old favorites, she has become
               known as a local expert in the field.

best easy day hikes

                                          more than 500,000 copies sold!

For more than a decade, Best Easy Day Hikes has been one of FalconGuides’ most popular series. Small enough to fit in a
back pocket, each guide describes approximately 20 to 30 easy-to-follow, scenic trails in and around national parks, cities and
urban areas, and popular outdoor destinations across America. From Anchorage to Atlanta, the North Cascades to Northeast
New Jersey, these guides take hikers and nature lovers to the best—and easiest—trails, whether in their own backyards or
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                                          elk of north america
                                          A Falcon Field GuideTM
                                          JACK BAllArd

                                          978-0-7627-7422-7 • February 2012 • 96 pp
                                          Elk of North America: A Falcon Field Guide presents substantive yet easily digestible information
                                          on this most majestic of large mammals. Where do elk live? What do they eat? What type of preda-
                                          tors might be capable of taking down an elk? most people know bull elk “bugle”—but how do
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    18                                    all the information needed to become familiar with these fascinating animals. Accompanied by
                                          numerous full-color photos of elk in their natural habitat, this handy field guide makes an excellent
                                          take-home souvenir and reference for anybody interested in the mighty elk.

                                           A Falcon Field GuideTM
                                           TOdd TelAnder

                                           978-0-7627-7423-4 • February 2012 • 96 pp
                                           Mushrooms: A Falcon Field Guide covers more than 100 of the most common and sought-after
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                                           illustrations, naturalist and illustrator Todd Telander makes it easy to identify mushrooms in
                                           the backyard and beyond. each mushroom is accompanied by a detailed listing of its prominent
                                           attributes and a color illustration showing its important features. mushrooms are organized in
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                                           essential source in the field, both informative and beautiful to peruse.

                                          night Sky
                                          A Falcon Field GuideTM
                                          niCK niGrO

                                          978-0-7627-7424-1 • February 2012 • 96 pp
                                          Night Sky: A Falcon Field Guide covers both summer and winter constellations, planets, and stars
                                          found in the northern hemisphere. Conveniently sized to fit in a pocket and featuring full-color,
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backyard, favorite parks, and wildlife areas. each bird is accompanied by a detailed listing of its prominent attributes and a
color illustration showing its important features. Birds are organized in taxonomic order, keeping families of birds together for
easy identification. This is the essential source for the field, both informative and beautiful to peruse.

todd telander is a freelance natural science illustrator and wildlife artist. He is the author and illustrator of Mushrooms
(FalconGuides; see p. 18), and he illustrated Scats and Tracks of North America and America’s 100 Most Wanted Birds (both
FalconGuides). He studied biology and environmental studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He lives in Walla
Walla, Washington.


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                 field guides
                                                                                Plants of Arizona is the only complete guide to the rich and
                                                                                unique flora of the Grand Canyon State. From deserts to moun-
                                                                                taintops, grasslands and chaparral, this handy volume enables
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                                                                                    • 900+ full-color photos
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                                                                                      other interesting facts
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               plants of arizona, 2nd
               A Field Guide                                                    anne Orth epple is the author of eleven books. She and
               Anne OrTH ePPle, PHOTOGrAPHY BY leWiS e.                         her husband, lewis e. epple, spent five years photograph-
    20         ePPle; UPdATed BY JOHn F. WienS                                  ing, researching, and writing this guide. They live in mesa,
                                                                                Arizona. John F. Wiens has a BS in Agricultural Science and
               978-0-7627-7035-9 • February 2012
                                                                                works in the botany department at the Arizona-Sonora desert
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                                                                                Wild Edible Mushrooms aids mushroom hunters and armchair
                                                                                naturalists alike with finding, harvesting, preparing, and enjoy-
                                                                                ing north American wild mushrooms. detailed descriptions
                                                                                and color photos of forty edible mushrooms—including scien-
                                                                                tific and common names, habitat, odor, taste, fruiting time, and
                                                                                more—are accompanied by more than 100 mushroom recipes.
                                                                                       Hope miller’s introduction includes reasons to make
                                                                                mushrooms part of one’s diet (nutrients, medicinal, taste,
                                                                                cost), cautions (allergies and toxins), tips on caring for and
                                                                                preparing mushrooms (drying, freezing, preserving, canning,
                                                                                pickling), and illustrations to help identify different parts of
                                                                                each mushroom.

                                                                                Hope miller is a mushroom expert and is the coauthor of North
                                                                                American Mushrooms (FalconGuides) as well as cookbooks
               Wild edible mushrooms
                                                                                featuring the bounty of the continent’s mushrooms. She lives
               Tips and recipes for every mushroom Hunter
                                                                                in mcCall, idaho.
               HOPe H. miller

               978-0-7627-7143-1 • October 2011
               $16.95 US/$18.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 240 pp • 24/CTN
               50 color photos • FalconGuides • NATURE
                                                                                               general outdoor

A crackling fire, the smell of s’mores, an eerie howl in the dis-
tance. refresh childhood memories with some good old-fash-
ioned horror stories that can be shared with the kids. Former
scout leader William Forgey compiled this collection of tales as
a valuable resource for storytelling. With memorable plots and
characters, each tale can be told around the campfire rather
than read.
     Campfire Tales includes seventeen original and classic
tales bursting at the seams with ghosts, graveyards, and
things that go bump in the night. A handy outline after each
story assists in telling tales by firelight, and the book also
includes ten tips that can make anyone a great storyteller.

William Forgey, md, is the author of fourteen wilderness med-
icine and camping books, including Basic Essentials Wilder-
ness First Aid (FalconGuides). He is a full-time family medicine
                                                                    campfire tales, 3rd
                                                                    Ghoulies, Ghosties, and long-leggety Beasties
practitioner and a former Boy Scout scoutmaster. He lives in
                                                                    WilliAm W. FOrGeY;
indiana. paul Hoffman’s work graces books of many genres—                                                                         21
                                                                    illUSTrATed BY PAUl G. HOFFmAn
children’s titles, textbooks, story collections, natural history
volumes, and cookbooks. His illustrations can also be found in
                                                                    978-0-7627-7024-3 • august 2011
Globe Pequot Press’s Spooky series. He lives in massachusetts.
                                                                    $12.95 US/$14.50 CAN • World • Paper • 5 ½ x 8 ½ • 224 pp
                                                                    24/CTN • Previous edition: 08/1999; 978-0-7627-0529-0
                                                                    20 b&w illus. • FalconGuides • SPORTS & RECREATION

Veteran rockhound and author William A. Kappele provides
detailed directions to each site, concise information about the
materials and gem stones that might be found there, what
tools to bring, the best season to visit, what kind of vehicle
needed to get there, and a wealth of other information to tan-
talize beginners as well as the most ardent rockhounds.
      After more than thirty years of scouring the American
West for lapidary fodder, Kappele says many of the sites in
this book are by far some of the best he’s yet encountered.
may your journey be fruitful and your collecting bag be heavy
on the way home.

William a. kappele has been rockhounding across the West
for more than forty years. His other books include Rockhound-
ing Utah and Rockhounding Colorado. He lives in mission
Viejo, California.
                                                                    rockhounding nevada, 2nd
                                                                    A Guide to the State’s Best rockhounding Sites
                                                                    WilliAm A. KAPPele

                                                                    978-0-7627-7142-4 • September 2011
                                                                    $14.95 US/$16.95 CAN • World • Paper • 6 x 9 • 176 pp
                                                                    24/CTN • Previous edition: 01/1998; 978-1-56044-601-9
                                                                    100 b&w photos throughout • FalconGuides • NATURE
               a                                    Better Bouldering, 2nd, 10         Hiking Waterfalls in north Carolina, 14
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                                                    Birds of Florida, 19               mushrooms, 18
               Backpacker magazine’s Bear Country   c                                  n
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                  Backpacking with Kids, 8          The Cycling Bible, 5               p
               Backpacker magazine’s Outdoor                                           Plants of Arizona, 2nd, 20
                  Hazards, 9                        e
               Backpacker magazine’s Trailside      elk of north America, 18           r
                  recipes, 9                                                           rockhounding nevada, 2nd, 21
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                                                 manager, export Sales
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