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The CMC Press is your map to adventure. All the information you need to summit a peak, hike year-round, learn new skills and relive history are right here in this one-stop shop for Rocky Mountain exploration. Best of all, CMC members enjoy a 20% discount!

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Snowshoe Routes: Colorado's Front Range, 2nd edition

By Alan Apt


The best snowshoe routes in the Front Range.


• Every level of routes, from easy family strolls to winter mountaineering adventures.



• Comprehensive coverage from Fort Collins through Boulder and Denver to Colorado Springs, with a complete section on Rocky Mountain National Park.

USD $24.95

Colorado's Quiet Winter Trails

By Dave Muller


99 snowmobile-free Colorado winter trails.


• Richly illustrated with color photos and maps.


• Accurate, up-to-date route descriptions.

USD $21.95

Colorado Snow Climbs: A Guide for All Seasons

By Dave Cooper


A veritable feast of year-round snow climbs in the High Country.


• 40 of the finest snow climbs in Colorado.


• Organized by season for year-round snow climbing.


• Full-color photos and maps.


• GPS-enabled with waypoints for the approach and route.

USD $22.95

Flatiron Classics: Easy Rock Climbs Above Boulder - 2nd Edition

By Gerry Roach


The legendary guidebook to Boulder’s Flatiron climbing, completely updated in a new edition.


• The first and best guidebook to the Flatirons.


• Most routes are rated 5.6 or easier.


• Completely updated to include seasonal closures.

USD $18.95

Colorado Scrambles: Beyond the Beaten Path, second edition

By Dave Cooper


A detailed “tick-list” of the 50 best scrambles in Colorado.


• Includes many of the classic Colorado scrambles as well as many superb but little-known routes.

• Fully GPS-enabled to identify critical locations on both the approach and the climb.


• Full color maps and photos throughout.

USD $24.95

100 Years Up High: Colorado Mountains & Mountaineers

By Janet Neuhoff Robertson, James E. Fell, Jr., Walter R. Borneman, and Christopher J. Case


The perfect Colorado coffee-table book—a beautifully illustrated sampler of Colorado mountaineering, skiing, and mountain art.


• A four-color celebration of Colorado mountains.


• Fascinating essays by expert authors.


• A beautiful mix of 150 contemporary and historical photographs.


USD $24.95

Guide to the Colorado Mountains, 10th Edition

Edited by Randy Jacobs, with Robert M. Ormes


The ultimate guide to the Colorado mountains, with more than 250,000 copies in print.


• Includes every named mountain in Colorado.


• Detailed route descriptions for classic hikes and climbs.


• Maps, photos, and tips.



USD $19.95

Rocks Above the Clouds:A Hiker's and Climber's Guide to Colorado Mountain Geology

By Jack Reed and Gene Ellis


Colorado mountain geology book written specifically for climbers, scramblers, and hikers.


• A geologic primer for mountain people.


• A range-by-range geologic description of Colorado mountains.

• Detailed geologic information on the 14ers.

USD $16.95

The Trad Guide to Joshua Tree: 60 Favorite Climbs from 5.5 to 5.9

By Charlie and Diane Winger


A detailed guide that provides all the information a trad climber will need for Joshua Tree.


Detailed directions to locate each climb.


High-quality, moderate climbs that are sure to become your favorites.

USD $21.95

Comanche Peak Wilderness Area: Hiking and Snowshoeing Guide

By Joe and Frédérique Grim


The first and definitive guidebook to the Comanche Peak Wilderness Area, which borders the north and east sides of Rocky Mountain National Park, in Larimer County.


• A wide range of 20 hikes, from easy half-day routes to two-day backpack excursions over mountain passes.


• Complete trail descriptions, color photos, and maps.

USD $12.95

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