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With 224 pages, the Fourth Edition of Hiking Wyoming's Medicine Bow National Forest is comprehensive enough to show you where to go, how to get there, and what you'll find along the trail... without weighing down your pack.

Receiving kudos from reviewers for its well-organized layout, accuracy, and handy trail index, the guidebook was designed by a trail user for a trail user.

You'll find the information you need when you need it, and where you'd expect to find it. Each trail includes a map, photo, elevation profile, trailhead GPS coordinates, and information regarding distance, preferred season, suggested topo maps, elevation range, and difficulty level. Also included is a thorough chapter that includes driving suggestions and information on wildlife, plant life, mountain weather, trail navigation, and backcountry safety and ethics.

 

"...Smith takes a precise, organized approach... Hiking Wyoming's Medicine Bow is a sturdy entry into the Wyoming hiking guide selection."
- Casper Star Tribune

"Anyone going to the Medicine Bow National Forest should have one of these guides."
- Fort Collins Coloradoan

"It's loaded with in-depth descriptions!"
- KFRC, Fort Collins, Colorado

 

 


 

 

"The guide is accurate, well-organized, and includes a sizeable number of trails from which to choose." - Amazon.com review

"It is the best single resource we found for hiking the Snowy Range and surrounding area."
- Amazon.com review

"Marc Smith is accurate; I've learned not to doubt." - Amazon.com review

"This book is of great help. Nice pictures and reference to other web links. " - Amazon.com review

 

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