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by Michael Kelsey

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  • ISBN 0944510094
  • ISBN13 978-0944510094
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Kelsey
  • Publisher Kelsey Pub; Updated edition (September 1991)
  • Formats rtf mbr txt docx
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1154 kb
  • Size Fb2 1496 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 482


Descriptions, illustrations, and history of the Paria River area. Gives detailed hiking and exploring possibilities. This is one of the most excellent guide books. Kelsey is a master at explaining and drawing maps to the best places to go hiking. Several of my friends would also agree.

Descriptions, illustrations, and history of the Paria River area. Apr 29, 2011 Sean rated it it was amazing.

Second, what on earth the Mountain Meadows Massacre has to do with a book about hiking the Paria .

Second, what on earth the Mountain Meadows Massacre has to do with a book about hiking the Paria wilderness is beyond me. Aside from Kelsey's horrific bias in relating some (emphasis on "some") of the facts of this event, it's just completely irrelevant, and doesn't belong in the book. Aside from the extermely thorough and detailed area information, Kelsey takes pains to explain the history of the area and to prepare you for what you need to do spend time in these strange lands. I have hundreds of guidebooks from around the world and none of them comes close to Kelsey's in these areas.

This is a hiking guide to the Paria River drainage of southern Utah. The upper part of the system begins near Bryce Canyon National Park, and flows south to the Colorado River and Lee's Ferry. Lee's Ferry is not far below the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. Lee's Ferry is not far below the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell more nd less-visited parts of this drainage included in this book. This guide covers the entire river system, including a couple of mountain climbs in the far north, plus the dozen or so slot canyons in the middle and lower end.

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Timpanogos; River Guide to Canyonlands National Park & Vicinity; Hiking, Biking and Exploring Canyonlands National Park & Vicinity; The Story of Black Rock, Utah; and Hiking, Climbing and Exploring Western Utah's Jack Watson's Ibex Country. He also helped his mother Venetta B. Kelsey, write & publish a book about the town she was born and raised in, Life on the Black Rock Desert-A History of Clear Lake, Utah. This is a fantastic guide to the entire Paria River, including some nearby canyons and hikes. The author is a geologist and cartographer who is very familiar with the area, and has been updating this guide for over twenty years. The book is crammed full of information, maps, and stories, with a level of detail that one normally only gets from the "locals.

book by Michael R. Kelsey. Descriptions, illustrations, and history of the Paria River area.

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This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Hiking and Exploring the Paria River. The new page count is 448. Focusing on the Paria River drainage, this guidebook covers the entrenched canyons from Bryce Canyon south to the Vermillion Cliffs and Lee s Ferry.

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The new page count is 448.