The Colorado Trail Databook, 6th Edition
The Colorado Trail Foundation
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The essential lightweight pack guide for hiking The Colorado Trail, from maps and data collected by volunteers of The Colorado Trail Foundation.
• New color maps and elevation profiles for all segments, including the five Collegiate West segments, and bike detours.
• Accurate mile points, features, and elevations.
• Resupply places and amenities.
• Fourteeners and wilderness areas along the trail.
The only book you’ll need on The Colorado Trail
The Colorado Trail Databook is the essential, lightweight, easy-to-use Pack Guide for the most beautiful “long trail” in the world.
Written for the CT thru-hiker, weekend backpacker, day hiker, mountain bicyclist, and horse rider, this Pack Guide fits in your pocket or pack and includes features, mile points, elevations, and maps of each segment. It covers the new 80-mile Collegiate West addition, as well as the bicycle detours around each wilderness area.
Organized in 1986, THE COLORADO TRAIL FOUNDATION (CTF) and its predecessors, the Colorado Mountain Trails Foundation and the Colorado Mountain Club Trails and Hut Committee, built and now maintain The Colorado Trail by recruiting and training volunteers, and supplying and supporting them as they continue to work on the trail. The CTF is based at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado, and can be contacted at www.coloradotrail.org
88 pages, 4 x 7, rounded corners, 40 color maps, paperbound, $14.95, ISBN 978-1-937052-25-6