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Along Wyoming"s Continental Divide Trail (The Continental Divide Trail Series)

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Published by Westcliffe Publishers .
Written in English


  • Subjects & Themes - Plants & Animals,
  • Wyoming,
  • Photography,
  • Essays,
  • United States - Mountain - Wyoming,
  • Photo Essays,
  • Subjects & Themes - Travel - U.S./West,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Continental Divide National Scenic Trail,
  • Backpacking,
  • Continental Divide National Sc,
  • Guidebooks

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9435013M
ISBN 101565793455
ISBN 109781565793453

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Buy Along Wyomings Continental Divide Trail by Smith, Scott (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible : Paperback. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail is a 3,mile (4,kilometer) hiking trail that passes from the border of Mexico to Canada through the Rocky most regular folks, traveling that sort of distance on foot with your possessions on . of results for Books: "continental divide trail" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Continental Divide Trail in gift box Wall Map (18 x 48 inches) (National Geographic Reference Map) A Journey to Fulfillment Along the Continental Divide. by Carrie Morgridge, Ross Sellers, et al. out. Books about the Continental Divide Trail, which runs 3, miles through Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. Fiction, memoirs, and guides are all welcome, but the CDT should be the focus of the book. (Please no books of maps or books of short hikes within the CDT.) See also: Hiking the PCT Hiking the JMT Best Appalachian Trail Books.

This guidebook offers comprehensive and essential information for hiking the Wyoming portion of the Continental Divide Trail. Lora Davis' entertaining and evocative text, along with Scott Smith's creative and pristine photographs, provide the reader with an account of the adventures awaiting the wilderness explorer. The CDT Planning Guide is a one-stop resource for starting to plan a long-distance trip along the CDT. From which direction to travel, navigation and safety resources, and a comprehensive resupply chart, this guide provides a solid foundation for planning a CDT trip.   The Continental Divide serves as a separating line for the water flow in the United States. Water from rain and snow falling on the west side of the mountain range flows into the Pacific Ocean while water on the east side flows into the Atlantic. Mouth Of The Canyon Trail Is An Easy Hike In Wyoming That Takes You To Unforgettable Views. Welcome to the on-line version of our off-highway vehicle trail guide. This interactive map includes all the trail systems from our most recent paper maps. Click any pin for more details; the number preceeding each trail/area name corresponds to the printed map.