Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau ePub download
by Michael Kelsey
- ISBN: 0944510116
- ISBN13: 978-0944510117
- ePub: 1578 kb | FB2: 1244 kb
- Language: English
- Category: United States
- Publisher: Kelsey Pub; 3rd edition (January 1995)
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Timpanogos; River Guide to Canyonlands National Park & Vicinity; Hiking, Biking and Exploring Canyonlands National Park & Vicinity; The Story of Black Rock, Utah; and Hiking, Climbing and Exploring Western Utah's Jack Watson's Ibex Country. He also helped his mother Venetta B. Kelsey, write & publish a book about the town she was born and raised in, Life on the Black Rock Desert-A History of Clear Lake, Utah.
Non-Technical Colorado Plateau. Hiking San Rafeal Swell. With 20 new mapped regions and an additional 48 pages, Mike Kelsey has expanded his best selling guidebook: Non-Technical Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau
Non-Technical Colorado Plateau. Henry Mountains/Robbers Roost. Hiking The Paria River. River Guide to Canyonlands. With 20 new mapped regions and an additional 48 pages, Mike Kelsey has expanded his best selling guidebook: Non-Technical Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau. Some of the new scenic and fotogenic hikes include Cedar Breaks, Kanarra Creek, Paradise Slot (filled with fotogenic logs), and Grand Falls on the Little Colorado River–which is 5 meters higher than Niagara Falls!
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I've had this book for over 20 years and I still go to it when I want to find an awesome slot canyon hike in southern Utah.
Dec 30, 2012 Matthew rated it it was amazing. I've had this book for over 20 years and I still go to it when I want to find an awesome slot canyon hike in southern Utah.
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Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau. Introduction to the Little Colorado R. Gorge, Navajo . Arizona. The Little Colorado River begins in east central Arizona and flows northwest until it reaches the Colorado River in the eastern part of the Grand Canyon. The lower end of the Little Colorado flows through one of the most spectacular gorges in the world.
Michael R. Kelsey has once again expanded his number-one-selling guidebook: Non-Technical Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau. He has also added many new scenic and photogenic hikes whose beauty will be etched into your mind forever.
Sandstone exposed in canyons nearer to the Colorado River are typically from the Glen Canyon Group. Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau, by Michael R. Kelsey (1995)
Sandstone exposed in canyons nearer to the Colorado River are typically from the Glen Canyon Group. The dark red cliffs of Coyote Gulch, for example, are composed of Navajo Sandstone. The lighter sandstone domes of Dance Hall Rock and Sooner Rocks are formed from the higher Entrada sandstone layer. Kelsey (1995), ISBN 44510-11-6. Canyons of the Escalante, Trails Illustrated Map (1994)
Kelsey, Michael R. Canyon Hiking Guide to the Colorado Plateau, 4th Ed. Kelsey Publishing, Provo, Utah, 1999. Roach, Gerry, and Jennifer Roach. Colorado’s Thirteeners, 13,800 to 13,999 Feet: From Hikes to Climbs. Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado, 2001.
Kelsey, Michael R. Krakauer, Jon. Into the Wild. Villard Books, New York, 1996. Villard Books, New York, 1997. Simpson, Joe. Touching the Void: The True Story of One Man’s Miraculous Survival. Harper & Row, New York, 1988. Twight, Mark F. Kiss or Kill: Confessions of a Serial Climber. The Mountaineers Books, Seattle, 2001. Twight, Mark . and James Martin.
The new canyons are from scattered locations in southern Utah, primarily in Zion National Park, and the Escalante River, San Rafael Swell & Robbers Roost country, along with major updates on slot canyons on the Navajo Nation. Other big changes to this edition are the addition of about a dozen new technical slot canyons; that is, canyons where you need ropes and rappelling gear to get through. This adds another dimension to excitement and challenge, and opens many new hiking areas previously closed to many of us. All these technical canyons are now either bolted-up, or have slings or webbing around boulders, making them ready for rappelling.
The general direction for this book, is toward slot canyons, which everybody likes; but it retains easy & fun hikes to canyons with Anasazi ruins, another favorite. So if you're looking for petroglyphs or pictographs, and cliff dwellings or ruins, which some people try their best to hide, then this is your book. In the back of this book is a section listing the Best Hikes, including for the most part Slot Canyons, then best hikes to see Indian ruins, and Native American rock arts sites. Below is the Table of Contents.