Excellent GM Resource!
This 159-page book is chock-full of ideas to bring your descriptions of wilderness locations to life. The book is organized by location type (e.g. campsites, roads, farmlands, woodlands, deserts). Each section has a set of random descriptive tables for descriptions, odd events, and other things that may happen to the PCs to make thier journey more interesting.
Other sections include NPC stats for bandits they may encounter, generic area-based random encounters, haunts, ship name generators, and other tools to help the GM answer the question, "What does it look like?" or "What happens?"
Additionally, these descriptions can help spawn ideas for GMs who wish to prepare such encounters ahead of time. Still, having tables with pre-cooked descriptions can be a real time-saver if the creative juices aren't flowing, but you want to say more than, "Your journey through the forest was uneventful."
[Note: In the name of full disclosure, the publisher provided me a copy of this PDF for free in exchange for writing a review.]
[5 of 5 Stars!]