By Mike Garratt, Bob Martin
"Colorado’s excessive Thirteeners" positive factors direction descriptions for the state’s 169 maximum 13,000-foot peaks, besides forty pictures and a whole 50-page directory of the 740 maximum summits within the state—the authorized directory of the top thirteeners for these mountain climbing Colorado’s Centennial (highest a hundred) or Bicentennial (highest two hundred) peaks. As Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks turn into a growing number of well known, many climbers are turning to the thirteeners for the quiet and solitude that attracted them to mountaineering within the first position. As authors Mike Garratt and Bob Martin sincerely show, the thirteeners supply every piece as a lot type and problem, from particularly effortless day hikes to tricky backpack climbs.
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Colorado's High Thirteeners: A Climbing and Hiking Guide by Mike Garratt, Bob Martin