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Backpacker Magazine – May 2011

Print & Go Weekend Trip Planners

Free Print & Go PDFs give you turn-by-turn trail instructions and photos embedded on a usable topo map. Also: gear checklists, driving directions, and geo-references for finding the nearest campground, restaurant, gas station, and grocery store.

by: Backpacker Editors

Greenwater, Lost, and Echo Lake Loop, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NF. (David Tate)
Greenwater, Lost, and Echo Lake Loop, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NF. (David Tate)

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READERS COMMENTS

Elgatof
Apr 17, 2012

Again, where are the archived trips? I have been looking for a while. If you don't have them, please do not lie on the magazine

Bruce Laroche
Oct 13, 2011

As I am a subscriber please update the web sites so I don't have to put up with all the pop ups to join. I'm tired of them!!!!!

Bob
Aug 09, 2011

This is a joke. A BAD ONE!!!!!!!!

Bob
Aug 09, 2011

This is a joke. A BAD ONE!!!!!!!!

coloradohiker
Jun 25, 2011

I agree, this is extremely misleading. Trying to "Print & Go" Lost - Creek Trip ID 433758, doesn't get you anywhere! Extremely frustrating. Get a new web designer.

Anonymous
Jun 23, 2011

How do I access archived trips. I would like the March 2011 Lost Creek Loop Trip ID 433755

Anonymous
Jun 23, 2011

How do I access archived trips. I would like the March 2011 Lost Creek Loop Trip ID 433755

Smitty Hanks
May 21, 2011

Could you give your subscribers a special link so they don't get all of these advertisements and have to fill out the same questionnaire every time we click on a link.

Dan
May 16, 2011

Excuse me, but could someone at Backpacker make this into a USER FRIENDLY PAGE by giving INSTRUCTIONS. The only think i get out of it is I have to subscribe to weekly junk mail from Backpacker before anything happens. How about a paragraph of explanations for those of us who don't want our e-mail boxes crammed with spam?

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May 15, 2011

Anonymous
May 14, 2011

We are all human and make mistakes. Let them know and stop getting so upset.

You are scam
May 14, 2011

Learn some english - IT SAY FREE....

Nitish Amin
May 14, 2011

This is so full of shit. They want to charge me while the add say free. Absolutely bull shit!

Hey - backpacker your your act together.

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May 13, 2011

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Anonymous
May 12, 2011

thanks now I know this is just crap

Anonymous
May 12, 2011

AJM - BACKPACKER Map Editor
May 12, 2011

Hey everyone: These links are all live, and you can always opt out of email contact. Sorry for the initial trouble.

These PDFS feature all the trip planning info you need to just Print and Go. We have more archived from previous issues as well.

Enjoy the trips, and happy trails.

Andrew, BACKPACKER Map Editor

Anonymous
May 12, 2011

Agree! Where is the Midwest link?

Kim Phillips, Backpacker Mag
May 12, 2011

Thanks for letting us know about the link. We're fixing it right now. For the time being, go to http://www.backpacker.com/2007/printngopdfs/may2011_2/0511LocalHikes_PDF_Midwest.pdf to download the Midwest Print & Go.

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