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Category:
Hiking / Climbing
Author:
Kent and Donna Dannen
Pages:
134 pages
Publisher:
Falcon Guide
Pub. Date:
2002
Edition:
1st Edition
Price:
7.95

Description

With its towering peaks, picturesque waterfalls, pristine lakes, and stunning vistas, Rocky Mountain National Park offers visitors one of the country’s great wild landscapes. Look for elk along Cow Creek, hike through open meadows filled with colorful wildflowers, or ski the Cub Lake Trail amid 10,000-year-old glacial erratics. Best Easy Day Hikes Rocky Mountain National Park directs you to the best short hiking trails in the park.

This guidebook includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for thirty-six easy-to-follow summer and winter trails that lead to some of the park’s most scenic destinations. With hikes varying from half-hour strolls to full-day adventures, this guidebook is for everyone including experienced hikers and families.

Details

Category:
Hiking / Climbing
Author:
Kent and Donna Dannen
Pages:
134 pages
Dimensions:
4 x 7
Publisher:
Falcon Guide
Pub. Date:
2002
Edition:
1st Edition
Price:
7.95

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Rocky Mountain National ParkAt the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake is the deepest natural lake in Colorado, dipping to 265 feet. Fed by high mountain runoff, the lake is clear and pristine. In the summer, you can rent a boat, bring your own or simply enjoy the gentle lapping of the waves from the sandy shore. Grand Lake connects with Shadow Mountain Lake via a canal, and just down the road is Lake Granby, the second largest body of water in Colorado.
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