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Michel Digonnet

Michel Digonnet

Michel Digonnet is a physicist at Stanford University, where he teaches and carries out research on various aspects of light. Born and raised in Paris, France, he has explored many of the world’s deserts, from eastern Africa to the Sahara and Baja California. He has hiked and backpacked extensively throughout the American West for nearly 30 years, especially on the Colorado Plateau and in the Mojave Desert.

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Hiking Death Valley, 2nd edition
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Hiking Death Valley, 2nd edition
Michel Digonnet


Experience Death Valley National Park with this guide to 280 hiking and driving destinations. With hundreds of miles of trails, countless canyons and springs, and some of North America's most beautiful desert scenery, Death Valley is a year-round hiker's paradise. Trips range from easy dayhikes to multi-day treks, and include elevation profiles and detailed topographic maps. Learn about the area's human history with details on historic mines, ghost towns, camps, and rock art left behind by Native American residents, as well as the geology, flora, and fauna of Death Valley's diverse terrain. Includes hiking tables and dozens of photos, illustrations, and diagrams. Considered the most thorough guidebook to hiking and exploring Death Valley.



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