High Trail

High Trail A girl is hiking and camping with her father in the wilderness of the Sierra Nevadas when he is injured She is forced to find her own way out of the forest and seek help from a strange young man

  • Title: High Trail
  • Author: Vivian Breck
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • A girl is hiking and camping with her father in the wilderness of the Sierra Nevadas, when he is injured She is forced to find her own way out of the forest and seek help from a strange young man.

    One thought on “High Trail”

    1. Where Hoofbeats on the Trail is about the pleasures of the Sierra summer, this book is about its autumn perils. But it sucked me in exactly the same way, wasting almost no time setting up the catastrophe of Chloe's father's broken leg in the middle of nowhere, and her need to hike cross-country to get help. I will say I was a little surprised when, midway through the story, a pair of ex-soldier hiking buddies were introduced -- it seems this is not entirely a girl's adventure story, and some rom [...]

    2. This was my all-time favorite book as a young girl. My copy is tattered, with yellowed, brittle pages that stink of age and has survived 15+ moves around the country. I re-read for the first time in at least 25 years and was immediately brought back to the comforts of a cherished book. Great strong female character with guts for adventure.

    3. One of my favorite books as a kid, and one of the few that I sought out again in adulthood. Now Michelle has read it and loves it too. What a great story of a young woman's growth, trials, and triumphs in the wilderness.

    4. Read this book as a teenager, so finding it was neat after so many years. Vintage YA - I rated it for how I felt about it back then!

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