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100 Classic Hikes Colorado
 • Scott S Warren  → Mountaineers Books 2008
The most popular guidebook to Colorado is now the most up-to-date guidebook to the state. Updated to current conditions, this spectacular third edition features 10 new hikes, including Bear Peak, Lake Isabelle, Mount Falcon, Devil's Head, Red Rock Canyon, North Cheyenne Canon, French Pass, Tater Heap Loop, Mosca Pass, and No Name Lake. Beautiful color photographs accompany this collection of the absolute best hikes Colorado has to offer. With this guide's bounty of useful new informational features, hikers will be well equipped to choose a trip that suits their needs.

*Best reviewed hiking guidebook to Colorado
*Includes 10 new hikes
*Updated trail guide and contact information
*Now includes topographic maps, elevation profiles, and a trails-at-a-glance chart

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12 Short Hikes Boulder
 • Tracy Salcedo → Falcon 1995

The 12 Short Hikes Series is written for families, newcomers to the area, and anybody looking for easy access to an outdoor experience. Each book describes in clear graphic form 12 easy and scenic hikes of less than two hours.

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12 Short Hikes Denver Foothills Central
 • Tracy Salcedo → Falcon 1995

The 12 Short Hikes Series is written for families, newcomers to the area, and anybody looking for easy access to an outdoor experience. Each book describes in clear graphic form 12 easy and scenic hikes of less than two hours.

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12 Short Hikes Denver Foothills South
 • Tracy Salcedo → Falcon 1995

The 12 Short Hikes Series is written for families, newcomers to the area, and anybody looking for easy access to an outdoor experience. Each book describes in clear graphic form 12 easy and scenic hikes of less than two hours.

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12 Short Hikes Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park
 • Tracy Salcedo → FalconGuide 1999

The 12 Short Hikes Series is written for families, newcomers to the area, and anybody looking for easy access to an outdoor experience. Each book describes in clear graphic form 12 easy and scenic hikes of less than two hours.

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60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Denver and Boulder--Including Colorado Springs, Fort C
 • Kim Lipker  → Menasha Ridge Press 2006

A world-class recreation region with an enduring pioneer spirit, Denver and the surrounding area hosts some of the best hiking in the world. With such a bewildering wealth of hikes at your disposal, author Kim Lipker presents us with a variety of the very best hikes in the area, and most within an hour's drive or less. Including hikes near Fort Collins, Boulder, and Colorado Springs, this is the only guidebook that pinpoints great hikes that are also close to home.

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A FalconGuide to Dinosaur National Monument, 2nd (Exploring Series)
 • Bert Gildart  → Falcon 2005

Fully revised, A FalconGuide to Dinosaur National Monument shows outdoor enthusiasts where to go and what to do to get the most out of their time at Dinosaur National Monument.

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Afoot and Afield: Denver/Boulder and Colorado's Front Range: A Comprehensive Hik
 • Alan Apt  → Wilderness Press 2008

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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Best Easy Day Hikes Aspen (Best Easy Day Hikes Series)
 • Tracy SalcedoChourr → Falcon 2002

Situated in Colorado's spectacular Roaring Fork Valley, Aspen offers high-country charm, superb downhill skiing, and some of the greatest hiking trails in North America. These day hikes, a sampler of Aspen's outdoor wonders, explore the world-famous Maroon Bells, the Grottos of White River National Forest, the banks of the picturesque Roaring Fork River, and much more. An indispensable guide for Aspen vacationers.

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Best Easy Day Hikes Boulder
 • Tracy SalcedoChourr → Falcon 2000

If hikers had a Mecca, Boulder would be it. Seated at the base of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, in the shadow of the world famous Flatirons, this outdoorsy town is host to an abundance of wonderful hiking trails. From the red-rock cliffs of Eldorado Canyon to the airy summit of Flagstaff Mountain, from the wide open prairie cradling East Boulder Creek to the sheltering woodlands of the Betasso Preserve, the variety and beauty of trails around Boulder are astounding. And everyone, whether local or just visiting, is invited to partake of the bounty. Best Easy Day Hikes Boulder describes 23 short, easy hikes in the area with clear, easy-to-read maps and concise written descriptions. The hikes will take you among the waving grasses of the high plains, to the base of the red rock sentinels of the Flatirons, and up to the best high points in the mountains west of town. Enjoy! End

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