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deserticus explorum

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i reccomend "hiking death valley":a guide to its natural wonders and mining past by michel digonnet. although theres only a small chapter on saline, route descriptions, hiking times, and instructions/maps are quite accurate.  theres also good coverage of many other areas in death valley as well.
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probably thinking of this book: Hiking Western Death Valley National Park: Panamint, Saline and Eureka Valleys

bought it a year or so ago and it is a really great book!


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I doubt that is the book Jason was referring to. Mann didn't spend much time in the Valley and the information is a bit superficial and sometimes erroneous 
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Not sure if it's the same book Jason mentioned but I have a really neat book Purchased from Jawbone Station a few years ago.
Guide to the Remote and Mysterious Saline Valley.
Author-  Bill Mann
Shortfuse Publishing Co.
30 Hilltop Terrace
Barstow, CA 92311
Idaho Jim

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Thanks Tom

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See Hiking Guidebook for Saline Valley, under this thread. It's on page 2
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Brenda and I were at the lower springs last week. I believe it was Jason talking about a really cool book about Saline Valley. Different day trips around the valley and all the cool history. Does anyone know the name and author so I can order it online?

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