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Beacon Guidebooks Backcountry Ski Map - Rocky Mountain National Park

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Discover Rocky Mountain National Park's backcountry with ease. Our detailed ski map provides key info for planning your adventure. From trailheads to terrain ratings, it's your essential companion for safe tours. Waterproof and compact for use.

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For decades, backcountry enthusiasts have been exploring the dramatic and expansive terrain around Rocky Mountain National Park. Today, skiers and riders can enjoy relatively easy access from several winter trailheads as well as amazing spring skiing lines from Trail Ridge Road, the highest paved road in Colorado. From day tours to bucket-list alpine adventures, this accurate and extremely useful ski map will help increase your understanding of the terrain so that you can plan a successful and smart tour.

This 1:24,000 scale map written and reviewed by professionals details ski descents and uptracks, trailheads, parking information, slope angles, Avalanche Terrain Exposure Scale ratings, and so much more. Designed to go along with you on your tours and accompany the Backcountry Skiing Rocky Mountain National Park Ski Atlas and Ski App.

This 18” x 22” waterproof, foldable topo map includes the following zones: Fall River South, Fall River North, Lower and Upper Hidden Valley, Bear Lake Trailhead, Odessa Gorge, Tyndall Gorge, Chaos Canyon, Glacier Gorge Trailhead, Loch Vale, Andrews Creek, Upper Glacier Gorge, Longs Peak, Longs + Meeker South, Lion Lake, and the Colorado River Trailhead.

WATERPROOF | TEARPROOF | 1.5 OUNCES | 4″ X 5.5″ (folded) | 18″ x 22″ (open)

SKI ATLAS, MAP AND APP SOLD SEPARATELY.

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