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* The most current trail and GPS waypoints * Full-color maps with a trail overlay * Accurate mileages and distances * Elevation profiles for each segment The Colorado Trail Databook condenses the most important information from the seventh edition The Colorado Trail: The Official Guidebook (see page 20) into a pocket-sized pack guide that weighs just 2.6 ounces. The maps for each of the 28 trail segments use icons to mark the trailhead; access, where the CT intersects another trail, a road or a stream; campsites, availability of water, and points of interest. Other icons note services at supply points such as post offices, lodging, meals, telephones, banks, showers, outdoor stores, laundry, and medical help.
The Mountaineers Books Colorado Trail: The Official Guidebook
The Mountaineers Books Colorado's Quiet Winter Trails: 100 Snowmobile-free Colorado Winter Trails
The Mountaineers Books Colorado Lake Hikes
The Mountaineers Books Colorado Summit Hikes for Everyone
Falcon Guides Climbing and Hiking - Wind River Mountains
Falcon Guides Camping Montana
Falcon Guides Hiking Colorado's Front Range
Sharp End Publishing Ogden Area Climbing Guide: From Brigham City to Echo Canyon