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Hiking Utah (98)

6" (15 cm) wide x 9" (23 cm) high
248 pages
A Falcon Guide by Dave Hall

A great introduction to hikes in Utah.

Utah hikers face a delightful dilemma. There are so many choices-where does one begin! In the slickrock desert country of Arches and Canyonlands national parks! In the glacier-carved granite peaks of the Wasatch and Uinta ranges! In the broad, varied expanse of the Great Basin! Hiking Utah, formerly The Hiker's Guide to Utah, can help you decide.

This revised and updated guidebook is your introduction to day hikes and overnight adventures throughout Utah's backcountry. It includes more than 80 detailed hike descriptions written by veteran Utah hikers, over 50 black-and-white photos and maps, and vital information on safety, desert hiking, drinking water, and backcountry ethics.
Whether you're an experienced hiker or just starting out, Hiking Utah will tell you where to find bighorn sheep, canyon wrens, and cougar tracks in Escalante country; the Navajo sandstone of Kolob Arch; or Indian petroglyphs in Thompson Canyon. The book can take you to popular terrain and to little-known haunts for a lifetime of outdoor adventure. Don't leave home without Hiking Utah in your pack.

Price: US $16.95

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