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Southwest Colorado High Country Day Hikes
by Anne & Mike Poe
An exciting new edition for our popular Southwest Colorado High Country Day Hikes. This new edition has the same trails from Ouray and Silverton as our 1st Edition, but we have taken out the 12 Crested Butte trails and replaced them with 17 new hikes from Lake City.
Crested Butte Colorado 65 Scenic Day Hikes continues to be a popular seller so the 12 hikes we have taken out of this edition are still covered in the Crested Butte book. Nicknamed, "A Peak Experience", Lake City is the staging ground for five Colorado 14,000 foot peaks: Handies, Uncompahgre, Wetterhorn, Red Cloud and Sunshine. For peak baggers, this is the place to go; for hikers who don't want to hike to 14,000 feet, you can still hike these trails to lower return points and still experience this grand scenery. We have detailed shorter, easier sections for all abilities. There is much more to the Lake City hikes than 14,000 peaks. The famous
Colorado and Continental Divide Trails
pass right around Lake City. We have detailed five different sections of these trails so day hikers can enjoy these amazing backpacker routes. So, put your boots on and go Take A Hike! This is Colorado High Country that dreams are made of.
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Second Edition Softcover: 372 pages; full cover maps and photos.
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