Our books for nature, biking and kayak trails and educational workbooks will help you be prepared and find beautiful areas to explore.
Discover Central Florida's natural beauty with our focused trail guidebook, "A Guide to Short Trails in Central Florida," the first book in the Florida Footprints series. This condensed guide invites you to explore the lush landscapes, serene trails, and breathtaking vistas, all within a stone's throw of our bustling urban centers. From charming wooded paths to awe-inspiring magnitude one springs, each hike in this book offers a memorable experience. Whether you are a nature enthusiast, an avid hiker, or curious about what exists beyond the blacktop, "A Guide to Short Trails in Central Florida" is your bridge to the best nature areas Central Florida has to offer.
5,000 people, in the United States alone, per year, get "lost in the woods". Day hikers comprised 42 percent of the search and rescue cases with overnight backpackers at 13 percent. Most incidents could have been avoided if they had been more prepared.
This workbook has 20 lessons with question reviews to help you easily learn and keep you safe, help you to prepare for whatever outdoor activity you want to go on and get you home safely at the end of your outing. It is all about "you and yours". The basic advice in this handy workbook is for anyone who wants to enjoy the great outdoors and is based on the authors' many years of outdoor experience and training.
Trail and Mountain Biking Trails in Central Florida brings area bicyclists the latest information about the many off-road and mountain biking trails. Roger Fulton has teamed up with Ferrell Outdoors, a Florida-focused outdoors nature writer organization, to further expand his works. The trails in this book will take you through some of the most beautiful landscapes of Central Florida. Granted, there are no mountains in Florida, but the trails are just as unique and oftentimes challenging. You still need to wear a helmet! Overall, this is a great resource for Florida mountain bicyclists who want locations and current information on the status of many trails readily accessible throughout Central Florida.