Firsthand descriptions of 99 routes throughout the backcountry wilderness of Utah's Uinta Moutains and High Uintas Wilderness, including easy day hikes to great fishing spots, adventurous treks to remote campsites, and extended backpacking trips for intrepid wilderness travelers.
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Comprehensive trail descriptions for Utah's Uinta Mountains and High Uintas Wilderness.
Details over twenty of the best day hikes amid the spectacular scenery and wildlife of Utah's Uinta Mountains and High Uintas Wilderness.
* Includes both day hikes and multi-day backpacking trails in Utah* Hikes for all skill levels* Part of the popular 100 Hikes in seriesNative Utah outdoorsmen Steve Mann and Rhett Olson have hiked end to end throughout the state. Now their top 100 trails are yours for the discovering.In 100 Hikes in Utah you'll find trails in the Wasatch front, the national parks, the Moab region, and the Escalante area. Whether you're looking for an easy day hike or a five-day technically challenging trail, you'll find it here. Designed for easy reference, the hikes are grouped by region and for each there is information on distance, hiking time, difficulty, elevation, which maps to use, and what Utah agency manages the land. Detailed descriptions, complete with maps and photos, include directions to trailheads, all major junctions, water sources, and distances to these Utah landmarks.
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Lace up your boots, grab this guide, and explore the great outdoors! For first-time visitors and longtime residents alike, here is Utah's ultimate day-hike companion. Experience the fullness of Utah's magnificent outdoors, on hikes designed to be completed within a few hours. Complete with photographs, descriptions of local flora, fauna, geology, and history, this book is your indispensable guide to it all. Christine Balaz lives in Salt Lake City, where she is an avid rock climber, skier, and cyclist. She is also the author of Explorer's Guide Salt Lakey City, Park City, Provo & Utah's High Country Resorts and Backroads & Byways of Utah (both Countryman).
More than seventy-five detailed descriptions to hikes in Utah's national parks, the Great Basin, and the Wasatch and Uinta ranges.
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