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University of Utah Press Utah Thirteeners: A Guide to Climbing the 13,000-Foot Peaks of the High Uintas

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Few realize that this range has 21 peaks above 13,000 feet, some of them still unnamed. Author: David Rose. Softcover; 168 pages; black-and-white photographs and topo maps. The University of Utah Press; copyright 2004. Elevation, challenging terrain and weather, solitude and a beautiful setting make climbing these peaks an especially rewarding experience. Better yet, in summer and early fall every one of them can be climbed by a reasonably fit hiker without rope or climbing gear. Find detailed topographical maps plus information on access routes and trailheads. Summit routes with difficulty ratings, camp locations, estimated hiking time and weather. Also brief facts about geology and history of the wilderness area.

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University of Utah Press Utah Thirteeners: A Guide to Climbing the 13,000-Foot Peaks of the High Uintas

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The University of Utah Press Utah Thirteeners: A Guide to Climbing the 13,000-Foot Peaks of the High Uintas is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 11, 2013 at REI.

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