Author John Elliott’s new book “On the Trail: Sacramento Valley and Surrounding Mountains” offers a detailed description of the storied Northern California landscape

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Recent release “On the Trail: Sacramento Valley and Surrounding Mountains” from Page Publishing author John Elliott is a comprehensive guide to exploring the myriad hiking trails in the central California valley. With insider secrets leading the way to many little-known scenic sites, helpful information on the best places to view wildflowers, waterfalls, wildlife, and objects of historical interest, and much more, this book is a must-read for any avid or aspiring hiker.

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John Elliott, an avid hiker whose life has taken him from the Midwest to the West Coast, where he has made his home in the Sacramento Valley town of Yuba City since 2002, has completed his new book “On the Trail: Sacramento Valley and Surrounding Mountains”: an invaluable resource for anyone seeking an exhaustive guide to the flora, fauna, and hiking trails of all lengths and skill levels.

Overshadowed by California’s better-known and more iconic, scenic landmarks, the north state watershed of the Sacramento Valley offers a spectacular variety in its own claim to natural wonders. This corner of the Golden State teems with breathtaking waterfalls, rare wildflowers, ancient botanical zones, stark mountain ridges, steaming volcanic activity, gold rush history, and premium birdwatching. Included here are trails to explore the new Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, Lassen Volcanic National Park, the Sierra Buttes region, the Sierra foothill wildlife areas, the Big Bend area near Red Bluff, the vast trail systems of Redding, the magnificent bird refuges across the valley floor, and more.

Published by Page Publishing, John Elliott’s richly informational book is a must-read for avid hikers interested in exploring California’s Sacramento Valley and its environs.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “On the Trail: Sacramento Valley and Surrounding Mountains” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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