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Colorado Springs & Pikes Peak Trail Map 4th Edition Map – May 1, 2012
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All new 4th edition map reveals the impressive topography of Pikes Peak Country in exquisite beauty never before seen. Waterproof and tear-tough for years of use. Custom shaded relief, hypsometric color tints, and contours enliven the terrain and create a strong 3D impression.
Full, detailed coverage of trails, including extensive trail ratings, descriptions, elevation gains, and lengths. Information on hiking, mountain biking, camping, fishing, 4wd, climate, geology, hydrology and more.
The map covers Rampart Range, Garden of the Gods, Mueller State Park, much of Pike National Forest, Cripple Creek, The Crags, Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, the new Cheyenne Mountain State Park, Signal Butte, US Air Force Academy, Cheyenne Canyon, Fox Run Park, Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, North Slope, and much, much more.
In short this is the most detailed trail map for the area. And the best value! You will always enjoy it and find it useful. --Sky Terrain
About the Author
Kent Schulte lives in Eldorado Springs, Colorado; 8 miles south of Boulder, Colorado. He designs maps using both artistic inspiration and hi-tech tools. He also sculpts. Currently Kent is using space age imagery from satellites to create 3D models and fly overs of Colorado's many beautiful places.
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It's a nicely detailed map for the rest of the region but I found myself flipping the page in consternation wondering - "where's the rest of it?"