New England Maps & Outdoor/Travel Books

Critical Hours: Search and Rescue in the White Mountains
A comprehensive and thought-provoking look at sear...
$22.95
Cruising New Hampshire History: A Guide to New Hampshire Roadside Historical Markers
A comprehensive guide to the 255 historical marker...
$19.95
New Hampshire 52 With a View Passport
New!  A pocket-sized passport book for keepin...
$20.00
Where You'll Find Me
A compelling and balanced in-depth analysis of the...
$19.95
East Branch & Lincoln Railroad
A wonderful photo history of the East Branch &...
$22.99
Reflections: 100 Years of Friendship and Hiking at AMC Cold River Camp
History and recollections from 100 years of the AM...
$29.95

We will be closed for a mini-vacation from Tuesday, September 17th until mid-afternoon on Friday, September 20th.  


Thank you for visiting The Mountain Wanderer Map & Book Store website. We specialize in outdoor recreation and travel guidebooks and maps for New Hampshire’s White Mountains plus all of New England and eastern New York.

Our small but well-stocked retail store is located on the Kancamagus Highway (Route 112) in Lincoln, NH, close to many White Mountain trails and attractions. Look for us on the north side of the road next to the Kancamagus Country Store/Citgo Gas. We’re just 0.3 mile east of I-93 at Exit 32.

You can securely order items from our on-line catalog directly on this site using Paypal. If you prefer, you may order by phone (1-800-745-2707 toll-free in the U.S.; or 603-745-2594), or via the good old U.S. Mail (PO Box 485, Lincoln, NH 03251). We also offer free hiking advice and suggestions! For some fun and useful hiking information, visit the "Paths & Peaks" section of our website.

Happy Trails!

Steve Smith
Proprietor


PO Box 485/Rt. 112, Lincoln, NH 03251
Phone/Fax: 1-800-745-2707 or 603-745-2594
info@mountainwanderer.com

Store hours: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm.
We are usually closed one or two days midweek; please call ahead.
 
We will be closed for a mini-vacation from Tuesday, September 17th until mid-afternoon on Friday, September 20th.