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Written by Brian Grover   
Tuesday, 25 September 2007 14:53


Traveller's Voice Magazine Review: "Environmentally exceptional concept."

Considering the high cost of petrol, travellers will get further with this one-of-a-kind public transportation guide, than with the average tank of gas. "Exploring Southwestern British Columbia Without a Car," takes a non-traditional approach to taking the high road -- Car-Free. Environmentally savvy, this guide steers the outdoor enthusiast to dozens of recreational activities, featuring '94 separate trips, enhanced with 52 maps and over 130 photographs. This encouraging notion to exercise the existing transportation infrastructure while exploring the great outdoors, is an exceptional concept. Once you find yourself -- on the road -- and all over the map, it's nice to know you won't run out of gas.

BC Car-Free: Exploring Southwestern British Columbia Without a Car
by Brian Grover
Whisky-Jack Communications
ISBN 0-968801 8-03
pp. 340 $19.95 Cdn

Travellers Voice Magazine Fall 2001


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