Colorado Trail South, Durango To Monarch

by National Geographic

Colorado Trail South, Durango To Monarch

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Waterproof, Tear-Resistant Topographic Map. The Colorado Trail, South Topographic Map Guide has been designed as the perfect traveling companion when navigating the southern section of The Colorado Trail. In a state known for its trails, The Colorado Trail is Colorado's premier long distance trail. Conceived in 1973 and completed in 1987, the trail runs 486 miles between Denver and Durango, traversing some of the most spectacular scenery in the state. When The Colorado Trail is traversed from its southern terminus outside of Durango it climbs steeply into the San Juan Mountains where it stays above 10,000 feet for almost 150 miles with only a single steep decent to the Animas River near Silverton. The highest point on the trail is found in the San Juan Mountains at 13,271 feet. After leaving the San Juan Mountains, the trail travels for a short time below 10,000 feet before once again climbing into the Sawatch Range and joining The Colorado Trail North and Collegiate Loop. Each page i
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Waterproof, Tear-Resistant Topographic Map. The Colorado Trail, South Topographic Map Guide has been designed as the perfect traveling companion when navigating the southern section of The Colorado Trail. In a state known for its trails, The Colorado Trail is Colorado's premier long distance trail. Conceived in 1973 and completed in 1987, the trail runs 486 miles between Denver and Durango, traversing some of the most spectacular scenery in the state. When The Colorado Trail is traversed from its southern terminus outside of Durango it climbs steeply into the San Juan Mountains where it stays above 10,000 feet for almost 150 miles with only a single steep decent to the Animas River near Silverton. The highest point on the trail is found in the San Juan Mountains at 13,271 feet. After leaving the San Juan Mountains, the trail travels for a short time below 10,000 feet before once again climbing into the Sawatch Range and joining The Colorado Trail North and Collegiate Loop. Each page i

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