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Hiking Las Vegas

 
Hiking Las Vegas

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Hiking Las Vegas

Manufacturer: Huntington Press

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Page By: redsplashman23

Created/Edited: Feb 12, 2007 / Feb 12, 2007

Object ID: 2572

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Product Description

(From the Back Cover)

Some of the best hiking, rock scrambling, and bouldering trails in the country are within an hour's drive of the Las Vegas Strip Hiking Las Vegas covers 40 hikes in Red Rock Canyon and 20 hikes at Mt. Charleston, selected to accommodate beginning, experienced, and advanced hikers equally.

Each hike includes:

  • A quick-reference feature highlighting hike particulars, such as level of difficulty and danger, estimated travel time, and appropriateness for children.

  • Easy-to-follow maps of the trails, as well as photographs of key landmarks and landscapes along the routes.

  • Detailed step-by-step directions designed to guide you safely to and from even the most remote locations.



    Paperback: 272 pages
    Publisher: Huntington Press (May 1999)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0929712218
    ISBN-13: 978-0929712215
    Author: Branch Whitney

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    redsplashman23Good resource

    Hasn't voted

    Good Resource for hikes around Las Vegas. IT lists hikes in Mt. Charleston and Red Rocks Canyon.
    Posted Feb 20, 2007 2:34 am

    MoapaPkZen of Hiking Las Vegas

    Voted 5/5

    I bought this book in the airport, when I interviewed for a job in Vegas in Feb, 1998. More than anything else, the book convinced me I would love this area.

    Branch Whitney did every hike multiple times before he wrote it up. He has moved to a website approach, to deal with the rapid growth and ever-changing access here in Vegas. Very important: the book tells you how to get to the start of a hike, and gives you good advice on overcoming the crux. Many of his "hikes" would qualify for rock-climbing elsewhere.
    Posted Jan 19, 2008 8:42 pm

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