Colorado's Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs

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Fulcrum Pub., 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 306 pages
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Since 1992, Colorado's Fourteeners has sold more than 40,000 copies, a testament to its accuracy and completeness. Now in its second edition, this climbing and hiking guide to Colorado's 14,000–foot peaks has been updated to include 250 routes. Besides the often–climbed standard routes, the guide describes many alternative and technical routes, with each route rated by grade, class, and snow steepness. Easy–to–read, full–color topographic maps and photographic overlays, cross–referenced to the route descriptions, make this the best book on the market for Colorado natives and visitors alike.

1999 "Colorado Book Award" Finalist


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The Bible of Hiking the Colorado 14ers.

User Review  - ch81 - Overstock.com

I love this book. Since I bought it Ive used the book to hike my first 14er and plan numerous other trips for the next hiking season. Its a great resource. Read full review

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User Review  - StrokeBoy - LibraryThing

I love this book. The routes have clear descriptions as well good directions on how to get to the trail head. There are good tips for almost every route to. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Gerry Roach started climbing in Colorado in 1955. Among his numerous accomplishments, Gerry is the second person ever to climb the highest peak on each of the seven continents. In more than 50 years of mountaineering, he has climbed in dozens of states and countries.

Gerry has written five books, published by Fulcrum Books, including Colorado's Thirteeners and Colorado's Lost Creek Wilderness. Both are co-authored with Jennifer Roach. Gerry and Jennifer live in Boulder, Colorado.

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