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Hiking the Wasatch: Revised Edition
by John Veranth
University of Utah Press, 1988
Paper: 978-0-87480-628-1 | eISBN: 978-1-60781-326-2
Library of Congress Classification GV199.42.W16V47 2014
Dewey Decimal Classification 796.510979

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Few places offer the hiking opportunities available right here in the Wasatch. Hundreds of miles of trails and three Wilderness Areas are within a few minutes’ drive of Salt Lake City. John Veranth has hiked all these trails and has written a comprehensive guidebook with hiking suggestions arranged by season and difficulty.

Beginners will find detailed descriptions of easy hikes on well-maintained trails. Challenging routes to seldom-visited cirques and summits are suggested for the expert.

Maps, photos, and line drawings accompany the trail descriptions. Data tables list distances and hiking times. The geology, native plants, human history, and contemporary issues are discussed to aid in understanding these wonderful mountains. 

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