From short, easy nature walks to strenuous, all day treks, Hiking Maryland and Delaware: A Guide to Maryland and Delaware's Greatest Hiking Adventures, by David Edwin Lillard, has all the information you need to enjoy a day on the trails in the First and Old Line States. Describes 62 hikes for all ability levels in three regions: West from Catoctin, West of the Chesapeake Bay and Susquehanna River, and the Land between the Bays. Each trail description includes a map, total length and type of hike loop or out and back, difficulty rating, elevation gain, driving directions, and information on facilities, camping, feespermits, and special considerations. Trail Finder chart at the beginning of the book show which trips have water features, open vistas, primitive camping, and a campground or cabin, as well as which are good for kids, snowshoeing, or leaf peeping, so its easy to pick a trail at a glance. 2006, second edition, 230 pages. 9 x 6 x 0.5 in.