Afoot and Afield Denver/Boulder and Colorado's Front Range: A Comprehensive Hiking Guide

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This guidebook takes hikers throughout the Colorado Rocky Mountains and their foothills, rivers, and plains. Featuring more than 200 trips, from trails near the state’s Wyoming border to Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, author Alan Apt maps out hikes both long and short, exploring trails accessible from Denver, Boulder, and other Front Range communities. Each hike has it's own map, and includes essential at-a-glance info as well as additional trail-use data such as which trails are suitable for children, dogs, ...
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This guidebook takes hikers throughout the Colorado Rocky Mountains and their foothills, rivers, and plains. Featuring more than 200 trips, from trails near the state’s Wyoming border to Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, author Alan Apt maps out hikes both long and short, exploring trails accessible from Denver, Boulder, and other Front Range communities. Each hike has it's own map, and includes essential at-a-glance info as well as additional trail-use data such as which trails are suitable for children, dogs, horseback riding, and mountain bikes.
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With this comprehensive hiking guide, Alan Apt (Snowshoe Routes: Colorado's Front Range) takes a warmer view of Rocky Mountain paths, drawing on his 30-plus years of backpacking experience in the area. A trustworthy trek companion.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780899974064
  • Publisher: Wilderness Press
  • Publication date: 3/28/2008
  • Series: Afoot and Afield Series
  • Pages: 348
  • Sales rank: 967,862
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 8.92 (h) x 0.88 (d)

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    Cutting across the wide expanse of prarie is a single stream that flows swiftly over the land. Dotted with reeds, this strip of water is cool, deep, and refreshing. It's sandy banks are lined with shells and rare stones as well as several fishing rocks. A line of stepping stones allow for easy crossing during low waters. Several larger boulders have moss growing on them in bountiful amounts and many also shelter important herbs such as horsetail, watermint, and yarrow. The stream is full of fish such as trout and perch. Herons and otters call this place home while amost every animal pays frequent visits. The most majestic of these creatures are the herds of wild horses that often can be seen splashing around, wild and free. Ducks, water voles, and red winged blackbirds make for easy land prey. But probably the most splendid thing to do is to lie on top of the warm boulders while watching the sun set and listeing to the birdsong become replaced by a chorus of crickets. Whatever a cat likes doing, this stream is almost certainly the best place place to do it. It's very waters supply life for everyone on the prairie. ~ The Stream, Lilywolf

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