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Rocky Mountain National Park 3-D Map

Basics
Category:
Maps
Author:
Trail Tracks
Pages:
Double-sided
Publisher:
Fern/Horn Endeavors
Pub. Date:
2005
Price:
9.95

Description

This is absolutely the best map available for hiking Rocky Mountain National Park. It lays out the whole park three-dimensionally and shows more than 100 trails. You’ll easily be able to see how to reach the trailhead and where the trail runs. A convenient color coding system denotes trails as easy, moderate or difficult.

For every hike in the park it provides the length, trailhead elevation, elevation gain and difficulty. It provides information on side trails, loops and other variations possible from a single trail. It specifies whether a trail has good fall colors, when is the best time for wild flowers, whether there is a stream or lake, etc.

In addition, the back of the map contains important information on camping, weather, sanitation, health risks, etc. It also contains information and drawings of animals you may encounter on your hikes.

If you’re planning to do any hiking at all in Rocky Mountain National Park, we highly recommend this excellent map.

You can order it right now for only $9.95.

Details

Category:
Maps
Author:
Trail Tracks
Pages:
Double-sided
Dimensions:
35 x 27
Publisher:
Fern/Horn Endeavors
Pub. Date:
2005
Price:
9.95

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