Colorado Mountain Club The Best Urban Hikes: Boulder

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Focusing on pleasant nature walks in and around Boulder with incredible views east of the foothills, The Best Urban Hikes Boulder takes you along 22 of the best trails in its expansive trail system.

  • Features

    • With over 265 miles of trails in the area, it features detailed info on 22 easily accessible urban hikes within Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Niwot and Superior
    • Also features trails that are stroller- and wheelchair-accessible, as well as some to access via public transportation or bicycle

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    From the publisher: The city of Boulder is a Gold-level Walk Friendly Community, which makes it one of the best in the country for getting around by foot. Between the city and county open space systems, there are 265 miles of trails along the Front Range of Boulder County.

    The Best Urban Hikes: Boulder provides detailed information on 22 urban hikes that are easily accessible within Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Niwot, and Superior. The focus is on pleasant walks in nature that offer wonderful views east of the foothills. Many of these hikes are stroller and wheelchair accessible, and quite a few can easily be reached by bike or bus.

    This book is for locals looking for convenient everyday hikes, as well as visitors searching for the best walks. Learn about how Boulder's urban trail systems connect with each other and make it easy to escape the city, in the city.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Hiking

    Dimensions

    7 x 4 inches

    Author(s)

    Darcy Kitching

    Number of Pages

    144

    Format

    Paperback

    ISBN-13

    9781937052546

    Publisher

    Colorado Mountain Club

    Copyright Year

    2020

    State / Province

    Colorado

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