Colorado Mountain Club The Best Moab and Arches National Park Hikes

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Experience the incredible natural beauty of Utah's red rock country with the 20 trails in The Best Moab and Arches National Park Hikes, a fit-in-your-pocket guide from Colorado Mountain Club Press.

  • Features

    • Features 20 hikes across a wide variety of trails near Moab, Utah and Arches National Park, from the family-friendly outings to difficult treks
    • Includes detailed comments, route descriptions, driving directions, maps, difficulty ratings and nearby landmarks
    • Fits in your pocket or daypack, and features color photos and maps throughout

    Made in USA.

    From the publisher: The 20 hiking trails in this fit-in-your-pocket guide range from the world famous Delicate Arch, in Arches National Park, to hikes in Dead Horse Point State Park, where you can peer 2,000 feet down to the Colorado River.

    Each hike provides a glimpse into what many consider to be the most scenic part of Utah's red rock country, taking you to Landscape Arch, one of the world's largest natural rock spans, and Horseshoe Canyon, containing what many believe to be the most significant rock art in North America.

    Arches National Park is renowned for having over 2,000 arches within the park boundary—the largest concentration of natural stone arches in the world.
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    7 x 4 inches


    Rod Martinez

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