Hiking Mississippi

A Guide To 50 Of The State's Greatest Hiking Adventures

Book Description

Hiking Mississippi details fifty hikes in the Magnolia State, from the Coldwater Nature Trail near the Tennessee state line to the boardwalks at Davis Bayou on the Gulf Coast. Specific emphasis is placed on the most scenic destinations and the unique places that make Mississippi so special—places like rocky Bear Creek, the waterfalls of Clark Creek Natural Area, and the crest of Little Mountain.

About Molloy, Johnny

Johnny Molloy has written more than three dozen guidebooks about hiking, camping, and paddling in various reaches of America's Southeast and beyond.

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