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RiverMaps Green River in Desolation & Gray Canyons Guide Book


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The Green River flows through Desolation and Gray Canyons in Utah and this RiverMaps™ guidebook shows you the way through all the rapids, campsites and places of interest.
  • RiverMaps guidebooks are made by river runners for river runners.
  • The 2nd Edition extends the original 84 mile trip from the Sand Wash put-in to the Swaseys Ramp takeout to 96 miles now that Tusher Dam allows boats to pass to take out at the Green River State Park Boat Ramp.
  • Spiral bound construction lets the pages lie flat and high quality waterproof, tear-resistant paper handles the splash and abuse of negotiating rivers.
  • Full-color topo maps on the right side and complete mile-by-mile text descriptions of major rapids, campsites and features of interest on the facing page.
  • USGS topographic maps at the scale of 2,000 feet to the inch (1:24,000). There's no better way to keep track of where you are on the river.
  • The front 13 pages offer BLM contact info and regulations, tribal contact and permit info, weather, geology, archaeology, history, ecology and resource protection wisdom.
  • No matter what other resources you have, this guidebook is an essential tool for enjoying these magnificent river trips.
Author: Duwain Whitis & Barbara Vinson
Copyright: 2018, 2nd Edition
Size: 9" x 14"
Pages: 43

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Subject Matter:Guidebooks
Subject Location:Southwest
Author:Duwain Whitis & Barbara Vinson
Copyright:2018, 2nd Edition
Size:9" x 14"
  • Waterproof
  • USGS 7.5" color topo map reproductions
  • Scale: 2,000 feet per inch (1:24,000)

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