Wilderness Essays

Sierra Club founder and noted preservationist John Muir knew far more about the outdoors than most of us ever will. With this collection of Wilderness Essays, we can at least learn from him. Muir's explorations of the American West ranged from California to Alaska and most everywhere in between, evident in the countless streams, trails, forests, and glaciers named in his honor. There's no way to go back and experience all the same untouched lands he found, but thanks in part to his efforts, we still have some unspoiled nature to enjoy, places that might make an ideal place to read through this 288-page tome.

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