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The Plateau of Doubt: Hiking the Hayduke Trail across the Colorado Plateau By Jonathan Stewart
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The Plateau of Doubt details a 725 mile, two-season trek tracing the Hayduke Trail across the Colorado Plateau. Not only does it describe the stunning scenery spanning six national parks, two... More > national forests, three wilderness areas, two national monuments and one national recreation area, but the underlines the challenges involved in hiking one of the most remote and desiccated landscapes on earth. It illustrates the dramatic impact a warming world and over-grazing are having on the fragile environment of the Colorado Plateau.< Less
The Plateau of Doubt: Hiking the Hayduke Trail across the Colorado Plateau By Jonathan Stewart
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The Plateau of Doubt details a 725 mile, two-season trek tracing the Hayduke Trail across the Colorado Plateau. Not only does it describe the stunning scenery spanning six national parks, two... More > national forests, three wilderness areas, two national monuments and one national recreation area, but the underlines the challenges involved in hiking one of the most remote and desiccated landscapes on earth. It illustrates the dramatic impact a warming world and over-grazing are having on the fragile environment of the Colorado Plateau.< Less
Colorado Trail Journal By Alan Carpenter
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Colorado Trail Journal is a personal account of a through hike in June and July 2009. It conveys the feeling, the sights, and the sounds of hiking the Colorado Trail. An overview map shows the... More > entire trail and detailed maps show each day’s hike. Sixty-eight color photographs illustrate the scenery along the trail. What the Book Contains: - Well written descriptions of each day's hike - Photos and descriptions of each section - Overview map and detailed maps from each section of the hike - Tips on every aspect of trip including from logistics to packing< Less
Colorado Trail Journal By Alan Carpenter
eBook (PDF): $8.95
Colorado Trail Journal is a personal account of a through hike in June and July 2009. It conveys the feeling, the sights, and the sounds of hiking the Colorado Trail. An overview map shows the entire... More > trail and detailed maps show each day’s hike. Sixty-eight color photographs illustrate the scenery along the trail. What the Book Contains: - Well written descriptions of each day's hike - Photos and descriptions of each section - Overview map and detailed maps from each section - Tips on every aspect of trip including from logistics to packing< Less
Colorado Trail Journal By Alan Carpenter
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Colorado Trail Journal is a personal account of a through hike in June and July 2009. It conveys the feeling, the sights, and the sounds of hiking the Colorado Trail. An overview map shows the entire... More > trail and detailed maps show each day’s hike. Sixty-eight color photographs illustrate the scenery along the trail. What the Book Contains: - Well written descriptions of each day's hike - Photos and descriptions of each section - Overview map and detailed maps from each section - Tips on every aspect of trip including from logistics to packing< Less
Colorado Springs Walking Tours By UCCS Students
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This is a book of walking tours in Colorado Springs, Colorado. All tours were created and documented by students from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs Walking Tours By UCCS Students
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This is a book of walking tours in Colorado Springs, Colorado. All tours were created and documented by students from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Colorado's Continental Divide Trail By Jerry Brown
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Revised December, 2016. This is a 98 page map atlas for the "official" route of the Continental Divide Scenic Trail in Colorado. The data was gathered by walking the trail with extremely... More > accurate professional grade gps receivers. The maps were made by hill shading and combining USGS quadrangles to produce stunning full color maps. GPS waypoints that match the maps exactly are available online at no cost. The books are republished frequently to remain current and up to date.< Less
Colorado's Fourteeners 1. Longs Peak By Gerry Roach
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PDF Version. Colorado’s Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs is a celebration of the joys that come from climbing Colorado’s highest peaks. Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks offer the hiker... More > and mountaineer one of the finest arrays of alpine challenges in the Rocky Mountains. You can be in the heart of Colorado’s Fourteener country in a few hours from its metropolitan areas, and the proximity of these peaks to population centers makes them even more precious. A lifetime of adventures is waiting for you in Colorado’s mountains. Climbing Fourteeners has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the challenge of climbing all the Fourteeners captures many people. The elevation celebration continues. Volume 1 covers 14,255-foot Longs Peak, the highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, and the northernmost Fourteener in the Rocky Mountains. 141 pages, 12 routes, 6 variations, 10 extra credits, 2 annotated maps, 38 color photos, 8 lists.< Less
Colorado's Fourteeners 1. Longs Peak By Gerry Roach
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Colorado’s Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs is a celebration of the joys that come from climbing Colorado’s highest peaks. Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks offer the hiker and... More > mountaineer one of the finest arrays of alpine challenges in the Rocky Mountains. You can be in the heart of Colorado’s Fourteener country in a few hours from its metropolitan areas, and the proximity of these peaks to population centers makes them even more precious. A lifetime of adventures is waiting for you in Colorado’s mountains. Climbing Fourteeners has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the challenge of climbing all the Fourteeners captures many people. The elevation celebration continues. Volume 1 covers 14,255-foot Longs Peak, the highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, and the northernmost Fourteener in the Rocky Mountains. 123 pages, 12 routes, 6 variations, 10 extra credits, 2 annotated maps, 26 color photos, 8 lists.< Less

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