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Rocky Mountain National Park

Author: Lisa Foster
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781565795501
Size: 45.33 MB
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This guidebook is the most comprehensive and accurate hiking resource ever created for Rocky Mountain National Park, with 440 destinations in and near the park (including all of the park's 400 named features), descriptions opf every trail in RMNP, detailed maps, and full-color photos. From fun family hikes to hearty mountaineering, this book has something for everyone.

Best Hikes Rocky Mountain National Park

Author: Kent Dannen
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493014773
Size: 59.19 MB
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Best Hikes Rocky Mountain National Park includes concise descriptions, full-color photos, GPS coordinates, and detailed maps to the best hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park, from family-friend strolls to popular vistas to hillier wooded pathways.

Hiking Circuits In Rocky Mountain National Park

Author: Jack P. Hailman
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
ISBN: 1457109654
Size: 14.10 MB
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Hiking Circuits in Rocky Mountain National Park is the first guide dedicated entirely to the loop trails of Rocky Mountain National Park, trails that return hikers to their starting point without the necessity of retracing steps or walking on roads. Having explored the park extensively for over 30 years, Jack and Elizabeth Hailman describe and map 33 circuits and component loops, with detailed driving instructions to the access points. Circuits range from a 15-minute stroll around a lake to strenuous all-day outings in the high country and even a few multi-day backpacking trips. Side trips are often recommended for viewing a scenic waterfall, summit, lake, or other natural feature. A convenient table lists circuits by walking time, allowing hikers to choose loops designed to fit their schedules. Each account includes a map, directions to the trailhead, trail distance, estimated hiking time, elevation range, exertion rating, segment descriptions for both clockwise and counter-clockwise hikes, and trail notes about the wildflowers, animals, and other natural history features encountered by the authors. Included are appendices for natural history, local hiking supply stores, and fee schedules, with an extensive bibliography for reading and reference.

Rocky Mountain National Park Dayhiker S Guide

Author: Jerome Malitz
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781555663407
Size: 13.23 MB
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First published in 1993, a totally revised, re-designed edition adds new features, updates trail access information, and brings hikers up-to-date on park policies. Colorado's most visited and accessible National Park has visitors who are both experienced and new to the outdoors. This guide is for all who want to sample the great natural beauty this park has to offer. Original.

Afoot And Afield Denver Boulder Fort Collins And Rocky Mountain National Park

Author: Alan Apt
Publisher: Wilderness Press
ISBN: 0899977561
Size: 71.60 MB
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Afoot and Afield in Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most comprehensive hiking and biking books available. Alan Apt, author of the best-selling guidebook, Snowshoe Routes Colorado's Front Range, carefully describes 170 adventures for people of all abilities and interests. He includes everything from easy access Front Range lakeside strolls, to high mountaineering peak climbs. The book even includes sections called, Great for Kids (of all ages); that are less ambitious but highly satisfying, easy gambols in the natural world. The geographical scope of the book stretches from southern Wyoming to Colorado Springs, and west to Vail, Fairplay, and Independence Pass; with superb coverage of mountains, plains, canyons and riverside adventures. The books includes over 150 photos, and maps for every trail, as well as safety checklists, and how-to tips based on more than 40 years of outdoor experience.

Best Of Northern Colorado Hiking Trails

Author: Outdoor Books and Maps
Publisher: Adler Publishing
ISBN: 9780930657185
Size: 49.35 MB
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Described in this guide are 77 trails that range from short, easy day hikes to difficult backpacking adventures. The book covers areas in Arapaho, Roosevelt, White River, and Routt National Forests as well as Rocky Mountain National Park. Detailed information includes directions to trailheads, maps, trail length, elevation gains, difficulty, and much more.