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Belknap Grand Canyon Guide

$20.00


GRAND CANYON RIVER GUIDE 

by Bill Belknap


A mile-by-mile log of the Grand Canyon river trip from Lees Ferry to Lake Mead.  Rapids are rated, attractions noted, historic facts and folklore.  Many photos and illustrations.  The latest edition with full color photographs and illustrations.


$10.00


GRAND CANYON MAP & GUIDE

by Bronze Black


The Grand Canyon Map and Guide is a comprehensive resource for Grand Canyon National Park, covering the entire Grand Canyon from Lake Powell to Lake Mead.  It contains a thorough review of geology, plants, animals, and human history.  Beautiful color photographs illustrate many features and key locations.  It is great for sightseeing and perfect for a day hike, backpack trip, or raft adventure!  This map has been used in educational exhibits in Grand Canyon National Park as well as the National Geographic Visitor Center near Grand Canyon.  The Grand Canyon Map and Guide labels all of the major side canyons, rapids, points along the rim and all the major buttes, and temples within the

Grand Canyon. Author, Bronze Black has combined his background in geology, graphic design, and river

running to produce this unique, compact, and educational map.  2nd edition 2008, 22 x 30 inch poster, folds to 4.5 x 11 inches, water-proof, tearproof.

$14.95


RIVER TO RIM: A GUIDE TO PLACE NAMES ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER IN GRAND CANYON FROM LAKE POWELL TO LAKE MEAD

by Nancy Brian


River to Rim tells you how the names of the Grand Canyon came to be: the record of who named what and when, quotations from explorers, tourists and river runners and often the bizarre, funny, or moving events that gave rise to the names on the maps today. It tells the story behind the scenery for rapids, temples, and points along 300 miles of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park on a mile-by- mile sequence.

River to Rim

$50.95


RIVER RUNNER’S GUIDE TO THE CANYONS OF THE GREEN & COLORADO RIVERS WITH EMPHASIS ON GEOLOGIC FEATURES – Marble Gorge & Grand Canyon – Original 1969 commemorative edition (rare)

Canyons of the Green and Colorado Rivers

$19.95


A FIELD GUIDE TO THE GRAND CANYON

by Stephen Whitney, 2nd edition (soft cover)


An extremely comprehensive field guide that includes birds, wildflowers, cacti, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, butterflies, trees and shrubs, ferns, rocks, and fish.  Also includes information on fossils, human artifacts, canyon history, climate, trails and visitor facilities.  Illustrated with color photographs. 

$19.95


GRAND CANYON: A VISITOR’S COMPANION

by George Wuerthner


A very good handbook that addresses the history, geology, ecology, plants, wildlife and geography of the Grand Canyon region in an interesting and understandable way. Color plates depict vegetation, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals found in the canyon.

$12.95


THE GRAND CANYON, INTIMATE VIEWS

Robert C. Euler and Frand Tikalsky, eds.


Geology and biology, Indians and explorers, rafting and hiking - it’s all here in this one handy guide. Includes, maps, nice photos and diagrams, plus a bibliography for each subject covered.

Field Guide to the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Visitor's Companion
Grand Canyon Intimate Views

$12.95


GRAND CANYON’S NORTH RIM AND BEYOND: A GUIDE TO THE NORTH RIM AND THE ARIZONA STRIP

by Stewart Aitchison


Visiting the Grand Canyon's North Rim is a unique experience. Just 10 miles across the abyss from the canyon's busy South Rim, the two settings are worlds apart. Fewer than 10 percent of park visitors find their way to the remote North Rim. Sublime beauty, rugged terrain, and quiet solitude await those who do.

Those who visit the park with this book in hand take a personal guide. In these pages author Stewart Aitchison shares his knowledge of the plant and animal communities, geologic forces, and human history that set this place apart. And the stories don't stop at the park's boundary. They stretch across the broad Arizona Strip to provide insights into the vast scenery of this little known land.96 pages; softcover; 6" x 9"

Grand Canyon's North RIm

$15.95


A RIVER RUNNER’S GUIDE TO THE HISTORY OF THE GRAND CANYON

by Kim Crumbo


An easy reading, interesting depiction of man’s history in the Grand Canyon. Early river runners, miners, settlers, fortune hunters, etc. A nice companion and supplement to Belknap’s Grand Canyon River Guide.

A river runner's guide tot he history of the Grand Canyon
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