?> White Mountains Hiking History: Trailblazers of the Granite State Books & Maps - The Mountain Wanderer My Cart Customer Login Contact Us Home Buy Online Search Paths & Peaks Retail Store Blog About Us Search our Store New Hampshire History Maps & Accessories SPECIALS! Browse by Activity Biking Climbing Fishing Hiking Nature/Birding Paddling Traveling Winter Sports Browse by Destination New England New Hampshire Maine Vermont Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island New York Appalachian Trail Sign up for ourNewsletter Your Name Your Email Your Friends Email Your Comments SendClose Window Login Details Email Password Remember login on this computer? New Account Full Name Email Password Allow Promotional Emails(We will never divulge your email to a 3rd party) Home» Browse by Activity» Hiking» New Hampshire Hiking White Mountains Hiking History: Trailblazers of the Granite StateWhite Mountains Hiking History: Trailblazers of the Granite State, by Mike Dickerman, 2013. Longtime northern New Hampshire hiking columnist and guidebook author Mike Dickerman retraces the steps of the early mountain guides and path-builders who helped create the extensive hiking trail system in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Starting with the legendary Crawford family in the early 1800s, and continuing through the great path-builders of the early 1900s, the author traces this evolution with a series of profiles of trailblazers such as Allen "Old Man" Thompson, Charles E. Lowe and the Goodriches of Waterville Valley, as well as stories of the Fabyan Bridle Path, Kinsman Notch, North Woodstock Improvement Association, an 1879 journey through te Zealand Valley, and other fascinating topics. The last chapter features an extensive compendium of early mountain guides and trail builders. Illustrated with more than 50 images. 144 pp., 6" x 9."Price: $21.99 Quantity: « Previous | Next » Buy Online Search Paths & Peaks Retail Store Blog Contact Us Links Shopping Cart Customer Login Privacy Customer Service Designed and maintained by Windhill Design.