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Canyon Treks : 12,000 Miles Through the Grand Canyon - Very
complete in terms of the amount of listings, but a somewhat lacking
in detailed descriptions.
Grand Canyon National Park (Falcon Guide)- Thorough and well-researched
text gives essential information on how to enjoy a safe hiking experience.
Additional sections on canyon geology, vegetation, and human history
help visitors get the most from their trip.
The thorough and well-researched text gives essential information
on how to enjoy a safe hiking experience. Additional sections on canyon
geology, vegetation, and human history help visitors get the most
from their trip.
the Grand Canyon (A Sierra Club Totebook)- This updated and
expanded Sierra Club book is the definitive guide on hiking the Grand
Canyon. Also includes seasoned advice on lodging, hiking equipment
and technique, safety, weather and clothing, food requirements, map
selection, and wilderness ethics.
Canyon Trail Map Detailed
topographic & trail map of 308,000 acres in central Grand Canyon.
1:40,000 scale covers 8 USGS quads. 291 miles of trails shown with
trail ratings, descriptions & statistics. Includes contours, shaded
relief, UTM grid, hydrography with springs & drinking water, backcountry
use zones for permit planning, and other trip information. Printed
on waterproof, tear-tough paper.
Geographic Destination Map Grand Canyon:
Part of the NGS's outstanding Destination Series of maps.