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Lonely Planet Southwest

Lonely Planet Southwest

by Rob Rachowiecki

Paperback - 989 pages 2nd edition (March 1999); Lonely Planet; ISBN: 0864425392; Dimensions (in inches): 1.34 x 7.31 x 5.05

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Frommer's Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks, 2nd Edition

Frommer's Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks, 2nd Edition

by Don Laine, Barbara Laine

Book Description: The only series of its kind, these pocket-size guides contain all the information a visitor needs to plan a trip to one of Americas premier national parksfrom itineraries that help you see the highlights to tips on where to watch the sunset and how to avoid the crowds. Theres complete coverage of outdoor activities in each park for all ages and skill levels, plus a user-friendly natural guide that includes background on plant and animal life. Well review a full selection of accommodations, dining, and camping possibilities in and near the parkno other series offers this range of information. And each guide comes complete with detailed maps, including the best hiking trails. All in an easy-to-carry format that fits easily into a backpackand at a price no one can resist!

Paperback - 192 pages 2nd edition (March 2000); Hungry Minds, Inc; ISBN: 002863621X; Dimensions (in inches): 0.54 x 7.36 x 4.29

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Moon Handbooks: Utah 6 Ed

Moon Handbooks: Utah 6 Ed

by Bill Weir, W. C. McRae (Contributor)

Book Description: This is the ultimate guide to Utah. If it's outdoor adventure you seek, check out the detailed suggestions on where to hike, bike, raft, fish, and camp. If you crave history, take advantage of the invaluable tips on retracing the Pony Express Trail and exploring ghost towns to get a feel for the Old West. With plenty of restaurant and lodging options, helpful maps, and up-to-date contact information, this guide is all you'll need for an unforgettable journey through the Beehive State."The best handbook of its kind we've yet encountered."

Paperback - 465 pages 6th edition (April 9, 2001); Avalon Travel Publishing; ISBN: 1566912741; Dimensions (in inches): 1.11 x 7.43 x 5.18

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Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks (Falcon Guide)

Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks (FalconGuide)

by Erik Molvar, Tamara Martin

Amazon.com: A good guide provides more than just trail descriptions and a glance at an area's history. Erik Molvar takes that extra step, including sections on "Hiking in Arid Climates," "Following a Faint Trail," and "Avoiding a Narrow Canyon's Flash Flood," important topics considering the canyon land's unique terrain. After preparing his readers for their visit with directions and advice on obtaining park permits, Molvar gives descriptions of 56 hikes through areas such as the Kolob Terrace, Cedar Breaks, and the Markagunt High Country. Molvar's extensive experience is evident, and, given the area's special demands, his advice should prove valuable.

Paperback - 246 pages 1 edition (March 1997); Falcon Publishing Company; ISBN: 1560445092; Dimensions (in inches): 0.57 x 9.00 x 5.99

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Trails Illuistrated Bryce Canyon National Park: Utah Hiking and Backcountry Information (Trails Illus Topo Maps)

Trails Illuistrated Bryce Canyon National Park : Utah Hiking and Backcountry Information (Trails Illus Topo Maps)

Paperback (June 1989); National Geographic Society; ISBN: 0925873195

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Lonely Planet Southwest by Rob Rachowiecki
Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks (Falcon Guide) by Erik Molvar, Tamara Martin
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