• The “Lite” edition offers a compact file for quick page loading on your smart phone
• Works on a variety of operating systems
• Lite version has everything you need to find and follow routes to heaven (well, maybe just heavenly views)
Edition 1 of this digital guidebook was so enthusiastically received that the authors immediately began improving it, sharpening trail overlays, tweaking some of the data, and making it available to operate on multiple operating systems and e-readers. The smart phone edition contains everything you'll need to reach each of the highest peaks in the Mount Rainier National Park, with the exception of the Big One.
Edition 2.0 now includes links to KML tracks, rechecked and revised (where needed) elevation data, 34 new route descriptions, additional route options for several peaks, and optimized tables, images and maps for faster page loading and quicker navigation of the material. This unique guidebook includes the following:
• Vital statistics for each peak by trailhead
• Each peak has driving directions, route description, comments, topological maps, and many peaks have route photos
• Links to live Gmap4, Google Earth, Weather, Flickr Photos (more than 800 in all), peakbagger.com, and downloadable KML tracks for all 100 peaks
• Color photos of each peak
• All but a very few peaks are scrambles—not technical climbs
When introduced, Guide to 100 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park quickly became a goal list for many, and a game for the more obsessed climbers who latched onto this challenge.