Finding the Books/Videos

Book & Video Store Links

Online Bookstores

Online bookstore databases that automatically search thousands of booksellers:

Addall.com
Biblio.com
BookFinder.com

Other online bookstores not included in Addall, Biblio, or BookFinder:

Adirondack Mountain Club
Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s Ultimate Trail Store
Arizona Trail Association Store
Brough’s Sports Books (scroll down to “Outdoors Activities”)
CDT Society’s Marketplace
Florida Trail Association’s Orange Blaze Mercantile
Green Mountain Club Store
International Appalachian Trail Store
The Map Shack
Mountaineers
The Mountain Wanderer
North Country Trail Association’s Trail Shop
PCT Association’s Store
Rbookshop.com
Tattered Cover
Trails Illustrated Maps
Wildernet Guidebook & Map Store

Publishers

Major publishers of backpacking/hiking/trail books:

Appalachian Mountain Club The Northeast, especially the White Mountains.
Countryman Press “Explorer’s Guides” & “50 Hikes” series; hiking; backpacking.
Footprint Press New York state and Florida guidebooks.
Globe Pequot Press “Falcon Guides”, “Basic Essentials”, all outdoor activities.
Menasha Ridge Press “60 Hikes”, A.T. guides, outdoors.
Mountaineers Books “100 Hikes”, Northwest US, other outdoors & travel.
Ragged Mountain Press
Sierra Club Books Natural history, environment, outdoor adventure, guide books.
Stackpole Books “Exploring the A. T.” series, nature, outdoor sports.
Westcliffe Publishers “Along the__Trail” series, the Southwest, esp. Colorado.
Wild River Press “Discover the Adirondacks” guidebook series.
Wilderness Press Hiking how-to and guide books, nature, outdoor sports.

Online Video Stores

Amazon.com


Libraries

If you would like to borrow a book or video from your library instead of buying it, and your library does not have the book/video that you need, it may be possible for them to locate and obtain it from another library system using Interlibrary Loan (ILL). You can fill out a request form– either on paper or on a computer–at your library’s Reference Department or perhaps at a separate Interlibrary Loan Department. Some libraries have websites that make it possible for you to make interlibrary loan requests online from any computer. Receiving books usually takes a few weeks or less.

6 Responses to Finding the Books/Videos

  1. Sally Wilson (Vcat) says:

    Wow! eArThworm, this is fantastic. Kudos to you and Navigator for providing such a great site.

  2. Bear Bag says:

    Only Professionals like Earthworm and Navigator do this quality of work. Thanks so much for all your efforts in this and multiple other hiking areas throughout the years.

  3. Hey, Linda, this is very impressive. Your list is an enormous resource, and thanks to Sandy, it’s found a snazzy home where you can keep it updated. I know of nothing else like it. I’ve already found a few books I want to read. Thank you for applying your unique energy to this project, a terrific expression of your skills and interests. The website has a great look and is really easy to use. Kudos to both.

  4. Tenacious Tanasi says:

    Wow, eArThworm! I bow to the greatness that is the ever book-industrious eArThworm & Navigator for all of their hard work. What a vision realized! This is an invaluable resource for hikers of all kinds. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!

  5. Mina says:

    Too cool! 🙂

  6. Kent Wilson says:

    Wow Linda , this is an amazing website. I am so glad to have found the Bamaman’s ATlist stuff archived here. So very worthy.
    Well we could do no better , I must say , than to grow the AT museums book collection as an offshoot of this site.
    Sincerely the best, Kent Wilson AT Museum boardmember.

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