Celebrating the one-year anniversary of “The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History,” a $15 discount is being offered on its second printing.
We’ve been hard at work here at Backcountry Press World Headquarters and want you to know what books we will release soon. As always, thanks for your support!
In 2012, after nine years of writing Conifer Country, the book had evolved into my Master’s Thesis at Humboldt State. Based on all the time and energy we had put into this book, my wife Allison and I decided to take the leap and start our own small business. We had options with other publishers […]
Support the non-profits that support the parks It is almost summer and that means visiting our natural wonders. We wanted to highlight a few of the organizations that carry our books so that you might consider supporting them this summer. Lassen Association Over 75 Years of Support The Lassen Association has been supporting Lassen Volcanic National Park since […]
Welcome to a Brave New Year Here are a few highlights from the world of Backcountry Press in 2017. Happy Trails and other adventures in 2018 and thanks for your support. Hiking Humboldt v2 Released Rees Hughes and Jason Barnes teamed up to create an incredible guidebook to Humboldt County. […]
Our books can now be found in over 50 independent book stores across California, Oregon, and Washington. For all this and more we are thankful.
One of our main goals here at Backcountry Press is to work with business partners as close to home as possible so we teamed with Times Printing.
Order now and get an immediate eBook download, books ship May 1st. Hiking Humboldt Volume 2 by Rees Hughes presents walk descriptions, directions, maps, and photos of familiar favorites, hidden gems, and unexpected adventures. Volume 2 introduces this region through: Urban walks such as the Arcata Architectural Walk and the Eureka Mural Walk Short hikes along some of […]
Backcountry Press is actually more of a micro-business than a small business. However, we thought Small Business Saturday would be a good excuse to share a few details about the people that make our micro-business the special little entity that it is. We have no employees. Backcountry Press is just a husband and wife team that work with a collection of expert […]