A treasure trove of useful (and just plain fun) information about Coloradoas mountain country. A handy-dandy, comprehensive, wide-ranging reference guide to settling (good-naturedly) any arguments about Coloradoas high country. Weare not just talking about population figures, elevation stats, or lists of Fourteeners and rivers, although these are included. You will learn far more including mountain lexicons (so that youall know what a gutter bunny, potato chip, and prune really mean), Colorado as a movie set, Colorado songs, skiing, fishing, avalanches, geology, historic districts, hiking and biking, snakes, Superfund sites, strange festivals, weather miserability index and much more.A Potpourri of Useful Miscellany from the Highest Parts of the Highest State John Fayhee ... In 2009, that same Arvada man proposed naming an unnamed peak located on the boundary of the San Isabel and Rio Grande national forests as a Padre Peak, a in honor ... nomenclatural war of attrition by agreeing to name an unnamed 11, 282foot peak in the southern part of the Sawatch Range aMount KIA/ MIA.
|Title||:||The Colorado Mountain Companion|
|Publisher||:||Graphic Arts Books - 2012-09-15|