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I know "lit" has a vague contemporary meaning, but I'm talking about literature. I recently posed a question about what other's favorite musical artists are; now I'm wanting to know, is there any literature (short stories, novels, non-fiction) that fans the flame of your zeal for the outdoors? It seems that I can't always get outside when I want to, but the right book could take me on a journey or deepen my passion to explore to the point that I have no choice but to trek somewhere. Any help is appreciated!
The Wilderness World of John Muir edited by Edwin Way Teale
Joshua Slocum's Sailing Alone Around the World
Chris Duff's On Celtic Tides: One Man's Journey Around Ireland by Sea Kayak
Galen Rowell's In the Throne Room of the Mountain Gods
Here's a good thread for you.