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Title: Afoot and Afield: Denver/Boulder and Colorado's Front Range: A Comprehensive Hik
Author: Alan Apt Year: 2008
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Afoot & Afield Denver/Boulder & Colorado's Front Range takes hikers throughout the Colorado Rocky Mountains and their foothills, rivers, and plains. Featuring more than 200 trips, from trails near the state's Wyoming border to Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, author Alan Apt maps out hikes both long and short, exploring trails accessible from Denver, Boulder, and other Front Range communities. Highlights summarize the best features of each trip. Easy-to-read maps, plus complete trip descriptions and hiking directions make sure that hikers find their way. More than 200 hikes ranging from short dayhikes to long weekend treks, each shown on a trail map. At-a-glance essential information

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