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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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The Best Denver Hikes: A Colorado Mountain Club Pack Guide

By the Denver Group, CMC, with Bob Dawson


Thirty of the best Denver hikes—from city walks, to state park hikes, to difficult mountain treks—all within a hour of town.


• A wide variety of routes from wheelchair accessible to “Are you serious?” mountain trails.


• Trailhead locations, accurate route descriptions, color photos and maps of the route.

USD $15.95

The Best Boulder Hikes: A Colorado Mountain Club Pack Guide

By the Boulder Group, CMC, with Jim Groh


The twenty best trails in and around the town that is the center of the known world for outdoor recreation.


• A rugged Pack Guide, conveniently sized to fit and endure years of stuffing into pants or pack pockets.


• Brightly written, color-photographed, and mapped by the knowledgeable members of the oldest mountaineering club in Colorado.


• Trails for all ability levels, each offering something special for the visitor and local alike.

USD $12.95

The Best Fort Collins Hikes: A Colorado Mountain Club Pack Guide
By John Gascoyne


Twenty of the best hikes within an hour or so of Fort Collins, Colorado, selected, described, and photographed by members of the Fort Collins Group of CMC.


• A wide variety of trails, from urban strolls to alpine adventures.


• A handy CMC Pack Guide with complete trail descriptions, color photos, maps, and commentary.


• Trails for hikers, bikers, and snowshoers.

USD $14.95

The Best Colorado Springs Hikes: A Colorado Mountain Club Pack Guide
By the Pikes Peak Group, CMC, with Greg Long


From the diverse scenery of its city parks to the 14,115 summit of Pikes Peak, the Colorado Springs area has hiking adventures for everyone.


• Whether you have just an hour or an entire day, The Best Colorado Springs Hikes has a trail for you.


• The Pack Guide format is a convenient and welcome companion on your explorations.


• Detailed directions and full-color maps make it easy to find your way.

USD $12.95

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

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

Rocky Mountain Flora: A Colorado Mountain Club Field Guide, Second Edition
James Ells, Ph.D.


The completely revised second edition of a comprehensive, accurate, full-color field guide for anyone who loves Rocky Mountain wildflowers.


• Complete, concise, and easy to use.


• Authoritative authorship that sets a higher standard for flora field guides.


• Integrated Life List for the serious wildflower enthusiast

USD $24.95

Colorado Wildflowers: Montane Zone
By Ann Kurz Chambers


A beautiful watercolor Colorado wildflower guidebook.


• Beautiful, accurate, watercolor drawings of Colorado wildflowers.


• The first guidebook specific to the Montane Zone between 8,000 and 10,000 feet.


• A combination of wildflowers, art, and plant identification.

USD $22.95

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

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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