Hiking Arkansas by Janie Jones
(State Hiking Guides Series)

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Synopsis

From the Mississippi bottomlands in the east to the hill country of the Ouachita and Ozark mountains in the west, Arkansas offers a wide range of excellent, four-season opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. This guide, compiled by Arkansas natives Janie and Wyatt Jones, highlights many of the best hikes across the state, for both the novice hiker as well as the veteran.
 

About Janie Jones

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Wyatt and Janie Jones live in Conway, Arkansas, where they were born and raised. He is a musician and lyricist, and she is a freelance writer. They share a love of nature, which has been expressed through his songs and her writing. Over the years, the Joneses have fostered numerous homeless animals as part of their volunteer work for the Humane Society of Faulkner County.
 
Published June 1, 2003 by FalconGuides. 255 pages
Genres: Travel, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction