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The Colorado 14ers: A Colorado Mountain Club…

The Colorado 14ers: A Colorado Mountain Club Pack Guide 2nd Edition

by Cmc Foundation

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976052539, Paperback)

The essential guide to the most popular routes up all 54 of the Colorado 14ers • Over a half-million North Americans attempt to climb at least one Colorado 14er every year • The most current guide to the 14ers available • The most beta on 14ers for the least amount of money This completely rewritten and redesigned second edition is organized by mountain range—the only book you will need to find the most popular route up each of the 54 Colorado 14ers.

Each description includes clear, concise directions for driving to the trailhead, where to park, a map of the route, difficulty rating, elevation profile, distance, and estimated round-trip time. As the most up-to-date book available, The Colorado 14ers covers all access issues (as of this writing, five of the 14ers are closed to public access).

All of the routes have been approved by the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative, the non-profit that has built or rebuilt 21 of these routes and seeks to educate all 14er climbers about protecting and conserving these mountain routes.

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