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    Colorado Parks & Wildlife Lands

    NOTE: Because direct linking to State Wildlife Area / Fishing Unit webpages is not possible, all such links below go to the same state webpage. To get to the wildlife area page you are interested in, click on it below after memorizing the county name beside it. On the state webpage, click on the state map at the upper left of the blue column. When the map gets bigger, click on the county you memorized. When the big map vanishes, the name of the selected county will appear in yellow in the blue column. Below the county name is a drop-down box containing a list of wildlife areas in that county. Click the name of a wildlife area you are interested in and then click the "Go!" command next to the box.

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    ORIC Activity Indices

    Local Outdoor Recreation Websites

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    Maps

    • Latitude 40 Degrees: Front Range Colorado Recreation Topo Map.
    • Mountain Jay: Backcountry Adventure Map for Colorado's Rawah Wilderness.
    • Mountain Jay: Western Rocky Mountain National Park.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 112 - Poudre River / Cameron Pass.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 113 - Cowdrey / North Sand Hills.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 114 - Walden / Gould.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 115 - Rand / Stillwater Pass.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 116 - Hahns Peak / Steamboat Lake.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 117 - Clark / Buffalo Pass.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 118 - Steamboat Springs / Rabbit Ears Pass.
    • National Geographic: Trails Illustrated 200 - Rocky Mountain National Park.
    • Sky Terrain: Steamboat Springs / Mount Zirkel.
    • US Forest Service: Routt National Forest.

    Books

    • Colorado's Quiet Winter Trails. By Dave Muller. 2007. The Colorado Mountain Club Press.
    • Guide to Northern Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel-Drive Trails. By Charles A. Wells and Matt Peterson. Third Edition 2011. FunTreks, Inc.
    • Hiking Colorado. By Maryann Gaug. 2011. Falcon Guides.
    • Hiking Colorado's Summits. By David Covill and John Drew Mitchler. 2002. FalconGuides.
    • Hiking the 'Boat II. By Diane White Crane. 2003. Aspen Tree Press.
    • Hiking Waterfalls in Colorado. By Susan Joy Paul. 2013. FalconGuides.
    • Pack Guide: The Best Fort Collins Hikes. By John Gascoyne. 2008. The Colorado Mountain Club Press.
    • Snowshoe Routes: Colorado's Front Range. By Alan Apt. 2011. The Colorado Mountain Club Press.
    • The Best Front Range Hikes. By Colorado Mountain Club: Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, Pikes Peaks Groups. 2010. Colorado Mountain Club Press.
    • Winter Trails Colorado:The Best Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe Trails. By Andy Lightbody and Kathy Mattoon. 2013. Falcon Guides.

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