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    • A Hiking Guide to Cedar Mesa

    • Describes sixty-three routes in the Cedar Mesa country of southeast Utah, ranging from quarter-mile walks to fifteen-mile day hikes, loops, and multi-day backpack trips.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • A Hiking Guide to the Geology of the Wasatch Mountains

    • A guide to the Wasatch Mountains that focuses on the geologic features visible from the trails, discusses the major geological time periods and natural effects, and gives a descriptive guide for major trail systems.
    • Geology / Utah / Guidebooks and Outdoors
    • A Traveler’s Guide to the Geology of the Colorado Plateau

    • Serves as an enrichment to all road trips through the varied landscapes of the Colorado Plateau, explaining the geological forces that have shaped the stunning natural features of the area.
    • Geology / Guidebooks and Outdoors
    • Canyoneering 2

    • A guide to seven tough, week-long backpack trips into some for the most unspoiled and least-visited areas in the Utah section of the Colorado Plateau.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Canyoneering 3

    • This guide features 37 major hikes in Utah's Escalante country, including 20 in the new Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, designed to satisfy any canyoneer from novice to expert.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Canyonlands Country

    • An easy-to-read geological history of the amazing red rock landscapes in southeastern Utah.
    • Geology / Utah / Guidebooks and Outdoors
    • High in Utah

    • A book of Utah's highest points and how to climb them. It contains directions to each trailhead, a road map for each hike, and two sets of hiking times to accommodate variations in hiking speed.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • High Uinta Trails

    • This book is an indispensable resource for selecting a destination and planning a trip in the High Uintas, with descriptions of the trails, lakes, ridges, summits and countless places to explore.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Highpoints of the United States

    • A listing of the single highest point in every state with a map, photographs, and information on trailhead, main and alternative routes, elevation gain, and conditions.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors
    • Hiking the Wasatch

    • An updated edition of the most detailed guide to hiking the trails of the Wasatch Mountains.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Hiking the Wasatch Map

    • A trail map of the Wasatch printed on heavy, water-resistant stock for years of hiking enjoyment.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Lost Canyons of the Green River

    • Roy Webb takes the reader back in time to discover what lay along this section of the Green River before the Flaming Gorge Dam was built and provides a historical account of this section of the Colorado River system.
    • Western History / Guidebooks and Outdoors
    • River Runners’ Guide to Utah and Adjacent Areas

    • A fully revised and updated edition of Gary Nichols’ widely used guide to river running in Utah, with information about alterations in waterways and changes in access points.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • The Avenues of Salt Lake City

    • A fascinating guidebook to more than 700 homes in this historic district of Salt Lake City
    • Utah / Guidebooks and Outdoors
    • The Hayduke Trail

    • Traversing six national parks, a national recreation area, a national monument, and various wilderness areas, the Hayduke Trail is a challenging, 800-mile backcountry route on the Colorado Plateau.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Utah Thirteeners

    • Provides information about Utah's twenty-one peaks above 13,000 feet, including topographical maps, access and summit routes with difficulty ratings, camp locations, estimated hiking times, weather considerations, and advice.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Wasatch Eleveners

    • Provides information on the 18 peaks in the Wasatch Mountains that are above 11,000 feet, all of which can be summated as a day hike without the use of climbing gear. Includes trailhead access, approaches, routes, and maps.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors / Utah
    • Wind River Trails

    • A guide book based on decades of the author's experience that describes the trails, routes, wildlife, glaciers, lakes, and streams in Wyoming's fabulous two-and-a-quarter million acre Wind River Range.
    • Guidebooks and Outdoors

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