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     Poudre Canyon Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe Trails:
      by Mary Hage

ski  This book is a guide to cross-country ski and snowshoe trails
including: Pingree Park, Poudre Canyon, Cameron Pass, Colorado State Forest, and Red Feather Lakes.
The book is 66 pages, has 25 photographs, and 36 trails. 
 $12.99 plus shipping and handling.

     Rawah Wilderness:
     by Raymond Ave


The Rawah Wilderness is well known for its location. It is a remote Wilderness yet convenient to Colorado’s Front Range cities. Outdoor enthusiasts have been frustrated by the lack accurate maps and information on trail of this popular area.
$12.99 plus $3.99 shipping and handling.

    Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails  Volume 2:
     by Charles A. Wells

trails Whether novice or expert, you’ll enjoy this clear, concise guide to Colorado’s exciting backcountry featuring trails close to Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Steamboat Springs, and Grand Junction.  Detailed trail descriptions, simple maps, and over 140 photographs cover 40 fun-filled backroads and four-wheel drive trails with maps.  Twenty-eight trails are suitable for most stock sport utility vehicles.  Trails are rated “Easy” “Moderate” “Difficult” Backcountry Driving Adventures. 
 $15.95 plus $3.99 shipping and handling.

    Hiking Trails of Northern Colorado
    by Mary Hagen

hikening trails    This is a hands on guide to Hiking Trails of Northern Colorado.  The hiking enthusiast will be able to locate and follow many trails, ranging from easy to difficult.  Climates and area flora are described so the hiker may enjoy the year-round spendor offered in the high country.  Includes trails in: Roosevelt National Forest, Big Thompson River area, Lory State Park, Poudre River Canyon, Pingree Park Road, Chambers Lake, Colorado State Park and the Cache LaPoudre River area. 
This book has 192 pages, 101 photos, topograshical maps, map guide, and list of trails. 
 $14.99 plus $3.99 shipping and handling.

    The Poudre- A Photo History
    by Stanley R. Case

poudre canton books
For those who want to see and feel how this part of the state
developed, this book is a rich source of information.  Above all, it is a testimony to the endeavors of ordinary men and women who defied stereotypes and provided us with a link to the past and a true perspective on western history.  It is rich in a photo history of the canyon from the late 1800’s to present time. 
 $69.99 plus $6.99 shipping and handling.