There are so many books worth reading! If you loved Avalanche, you may also like these:


The Perfect Blindside and eXtreme Blindside by Leslea Wahl

Peak by Roland Smith

Up the Creek! (Milligan Creek #1) by Kevin Miller

Francis Tucket books by Gary Paulsen

Avalanche! (Survivor Diaries) by Terry Lynn Johnson


Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills by The Mountaineers

The Winter Camping Handbook by Stephen Gorman

Kids’ Guide to Paddling by Tom Watson

Falcon Guidebooks (find a guidebook for almost any location in America)

Coleman The Outdoor Adventure Cookbook (yummy inspiration!)

Backcountry Cooking: From Pack to Plate in Ten Minutes by Dorcas Miller (more yum!)

Let Them Be Eaten by Bears by Peter Brown Hofmeister –This author teaches an admirable and interesting outdoor adventure skills class. 

Along Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail by Bart Smith

Worst Case Scenario Survive-O-Pedia: Junior Edition by David Borgenicht (compelling for kids and adults, alike…seriously, do you know what to do if an elevator loses control?)

The National Outdoor Leadership School’s Wilderness Guide by Mark Harvey

Colorado’s Fourteeners by Gerry Roach

The Natural Navigator by Tristan Gooley (Curious how to tell time using the North Star? Ever wondered how to determine your latitude without tools? Learn how in this information-packed book.)

Survivors by David Long (A collection of short tales of survival)

Disaster in the Mountains! Colby Coombs’ Story of Survival by Tim O’Shei


The Okee Dokee Brothers (You will adore these guys and their catchy music! I highly recommend their Adventure Albums – Can You Canoe? Through the Woods, and Saddle Up)


I don’t necessarily agree with every statement made and/or belief held by the above authors. I simply found material in these books to be helpful when learning more about outdoor adventure.