Ron Strickland

Ron Strickland is the founder of the Pacific Northwest Trail, which stretches 1,200 miles from Glacier National Park in Montana to Washington's Olympic National Park. His books include The Pacific Northwest Trail Guide published by Sasquatch Books, Shanks Mare: A Compendium of Remarkable Walks, and oral histories of Texas, Vermont and Alaska. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

Books by this Author


Ron Strickland has spent a good deal of time walking. He hiked the 1200 miles of the Pacific Northwest Trail in 1983. In 2004, he...

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Whistlepunks and Geoducks

Dusting off his tape recorder for this companion volume to his popular River Pigs and Cayuses, Ron Strickland focuses on Washington, his adopted home. In...

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River Pigs and Cayuses

Ron Strickland’s oral histories recover a part of the original Northwest character that is rapidly disappearing. In River Pigs and Cayuses, he gathers stories from...

| paperback | $17.95

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