Colorado Mountain Club Press The Colorado 14ers

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The Colorado's 14ers Pack Guide features the most popular routes for all 54 of Colorado's Fourteeners and fits in your pack.

- REI

The Colorado 14ers Pack Guide measures 4 x 7 inches and weighs less than 4 ounces. In this portable book format, each description includes clear, concise directions for driving to the trailhead, where to park, a route description, a map of the route, difficulty rating, elevation gain, round-trip distance, estimated time to the summit and back, the nearest town, and the name and number of the agency responsible for the trail. As the most up-to-date book available, The Colorado 14ers covers all access issues (as of this writing in 2010, one 14er is closed to climbers and one has limited access and a fee).All the routes have been approved by the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI) or the responsible agency, be that the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, or the National Park Service. The CFI is a non-profit that has built or rebuilt 23 of these routes and seeks to educate all 14er climbers about protecting and conserving mountain routes.

- CampSaver.com

Peregrine's The Colorado 14ers helps guide you through driving directions, parking, estimated round-trip times, and difficulty ratings so you can choose to tackle one or all fifty-four of Colorado's 14,000ft peaks. The authors organized The Colorado 14ers by mountain range so it's easy to find a close alternative if the peak you're looking at requires more hiking time or an overnight that you're not ready for. This book shows the most popular and approved route up each 14er and gives current info on access to the mountains.

- Backcountry.com