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Two native Utah outdoorsmen present the trails they've hiked end to end throughout the state--a full 100 hikes!
Mountaineers Books Books 100 Hikes in Utah 9780900000000. Now their top 100 trails are yours for the discovering. In 100 Hikes in Utah you'll find trails in the Wasatch front the national parks the Moab region and the Escalante area. Whether you're looking for an easy day hike or a five-day technically challenging trail you'll find it here. Designed for easy reference the hikes are grouped by region and for each there is information on distance hiking time difficulty elevation which maps to use and what Utah agency manages the land. Detailed descriptions complete with maps and photos include directions to trailheads all major junctions water sources and distances to these Utah landmarks.
Includes trails throughout the state, including the Wasatch front, the national parks, the Moab region, and the Escalante area Spans a range of difficulty, from quick day hikes to technical challenges. Designed for easy reference Part of the popular 100 Hikes inTM series Steve Mann, an outdoor writer and photographer, serves as managing editor for GearReview.com and has participated in archaeological research throughout the southwest desert country. Rhett Olson, an avid outdoorsman, has written for Outfitter magazine and GearReview.com. Both are native Utahans
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