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HISTORY A History of Aspen Sally Barlow-Perez 978-1-882426-14-0 $16.95 US/$18.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 112 pages 82 b/w photos A History of Aspen utilizes a narrative style and 82 historic photos to recount the saga of Aspen and the role of its leading citizens as Aspen roller-coasted from a thriving mining town and Colorado's third largest city, through a period of quiet, to its current place in the sun as a famous resort town. The book's chapters follow the progression from the mining era of the late 1800s and the quiet era that followed, through the early ski period and building of a strong cultural base, to the boom of the sixties and the growth and politics that followed into a new century. Basalt and the Frying Pan Legacy of Colorado Midland Railroad Earl V. Elmont 978-1-882426-16-4 $18.95 US/$20.95 CAN Paperback, 6 x 9, 160 pages 109 historic black and white photos, 10 illustrations The Colorado Midland Railroad pierced the Rockies in the 1880s and failed in 1918, but it left behind a legacy in the Frying Pan Valley and Basalt of historic sites, old tunnels, towns, settlements, depots and stops on the railroad, and generations of families forever affected by the long lost railroad. The author shares some history, and the memories and stories of the families of this area. He includes information about a Chinese village, the Mallon Tunnel, Hell Gate, the terrible winter of 1899, railroad accidents, and the everyday life of the inhabitants, depicting a quiet valley rich in history. Basalt: Colorado Midland Town, 3rd Early railroading in Colorado Clarence L. Danielson and Ralph W. Danielson, Preface by Luke Danielson 978-0-9817810-6-8 $40.00 US/$43.95 CAN Hardcover, 7 X 10 1/4, 358 pages, black and white photos, and maps What was it like to be raised in a small railroad town in the mountains of Colorado, a town that grew from tents and cabins to a thriving population of 400 before the Colorado Midland ceased operations in 1918? In the 1960s, Clarence and Ralph Danielson, sons of a locomotive engineer, spent five years interviewing and researching so that memories of that era would never die. With almost 70 biographies and names of 600 families who lived in the Basalt area, this lively book brings personalities and experiences to life through personal recollections as well as official records.

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GUIDEBOOKS The 10th Mountain Hut Book A winter guide to Colorado's Tenth Mountain and Summit hut systems near Aspen, Vail, Leadville and Breckenridge. Warren Ohlrich 978-1-882426-23-2 $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 160 pages 68 b/w photos, 13 maps This guide gives the details, information, and route descriptions necessary to plan for a winter hut trip to huts in the best backcountry hut system in the U.S. Included are maps, planning checklists, hut procedures, accurate directions with GPS information, photos of all the huts, a primer on winter navigation, and safety and emergency information.

Aspen and Central Colorado Trails, 2nd A Hiking Guide Warren Ohlrich 978-1-882426-12-6 $14.95 US/$16.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 100 pages 24 b/w photos, 15 maps This hiking tail guide contains detailed route descriptions and maps for 36 hikes in the high country and Wilderness in the Central Colorado area around Aspen, including Leadville, Redstone and Marble, Crested Butte, and the Fryingpan River Valley. Features include a foldout map, a trail selection guide, and a section on Wilderness and Wilderness ethics.

Central Colorado 4-Wheeling Wayne W. Griffin 978-1-882426-01-0 $9.95 US/$10.95 CAN Paperback, 6 x 9, 64 pages 20 black and white photos, 11 maps. Central Colorado 4-Wheeling contains descriptions and maps of 24 spectacular 4-wheel drive routes in the mountains near Aspen, Leadville, Vail and Crested Butte. The guide explores routes over the system of mining and supply roads left behind after the mining boom of the late 1880s. Ratings and detailed route descriptions, plus ethics of 4-wheeling, rules of the road, driving tips, and emergency phone numbers and addresses are all included. The Globe Pequot Press ● 800.243.0495 ● Fax 800.820.2329 ● www.GlobePequot.com


Day Hikes: Roaring Fork Valley and Beyond 52 hikes in the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond Warren Ohlrich 978-1-882426-20-1 $14.95 US/$16.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 120 pages, 38 black and white photos, 8 maps Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley, stretching from Independence Pass through Aspen, Snowmass, Basalt, and Carbondale to Glenwood Springs, and its side valleys, provide access to some of the finest hiking in the country. The 52 day hikes in this guide cover a wide variety of hiking experiences in spectacular mountain settings. The list includes short hikes suitable for families, strenuous hikes for athletes, all-day adventures, and hikes of all lengths with excellent photo and recreational opportunities. GPS coordinates are included for trailheads, destinations and important waypoints.

Mountain Biking: Aspen to Glenwood Garrick Pfaffmann 978-1-882426-27-0 $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 144 pages, 48 black and white photos, 19 maps The expansive network of roads and trails for mountain biking in the Aspen/Glenwood Springs, Colorado, area is illustrated and described in detail in this guide designed for riders of all abilities. Single tracks, jeep trails and paved routes throughout the valleys and surrounding mountains cover a wide spectrum of terrain and difficulty. Nineteen detailed maps and 48 route photographs give the reader a true sense of the scenic wonderland available to the biker in one of the country's most beautiful areas.

Southern Colorado 4-Wheeling Wayne W. Griffin 978-1-882426-07-2 $14.95 US/$16.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 80 pages, 30 b/w photos, 7 maps This guide gives descriptions and maps for 25 spectacular 4-wheel drive routes in the mountains around Telluride, Ouray, Silverton & Lake City. These four former mining towns, now hubs for 4-wheeling, access some of the best scenery in the US. Routes are rated for difficulty. Included is a brief history of the San Juans and major mining towns. Winter Trails: Aspen To Glenwood Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Winter Hiking. Warren Ohlrich 978-0-9817810-2-0 $16.95 US/$18.95 CAN Paperback, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 152 pages with color photos throughout The newest addition to Warren Ohlrich's collection of hiking books, Winter Trails, highlights cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter hiking in the Roaring Fork Valley. This winter trails guide lists and describes the many possibilities for both locals and visitors to enjoy the beauty of the area and to find routes for workouts or for getting away from the crowd. The guide clarifies which routes are best for skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, walking the dog, getting a workout, or just appreciating the scenic beauty. Details are given for getting to trailheads, for the appropriate trail maps, distances, elevations, potential dangers, and what to expect along the way.

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MAPS Aspen to Snowmass Outdoors Map Bike and trail map with routes and descriptions Warren Ohlrich 978-1-882426-21-8 $7.95 US/$8.95 CAN Map/Folded, 4 ½ x 10 (opens to 27 x 20), 2-sided, color, topographic This shaded-relief map with contours covers Aspen, Snowmass Village, Independence Pass, and the Maroon Bells area. Bike trails, hiking trails, trailheads, and mountain peaks are all highlighted. The flip side contains a town map of Aspen showing bike routes and trails, and descriptions of the 27 bike routes indicated on both sides. The town map is especially useful as a guide to the town of Aspen, and the overall map makes a good guide to the roads, hikes, and biking routes in the surrounding area.

Basalt to Carbondale Outdoors Map Bike and trail map with routes and descriptions. Warren Ohlrich 978-1-882426-29-4 $8.95 US/$9.95 CAN Map/Folded, 4 ½ x 10 (opens to 27 x 20), 2-sided, color, topographic This shaded-relief map with contours covers the Snowmass Village, Old Snowmass, Basalt, Basalt Mountain, Carbondale and Redstone area. Bike trails, hiking trails, trailheads, peaks and roads are highlighted. The reverse side contains pictures and descriptions of the 24 numbered bike rides and 12 hiking trails shown on the map. The map is also useful as a general area map.

Glenwood to Carbondale Outdoors Map Bike and trail map with routes and descriptions. Warren Ohlrich 978-1-882426-30-0 $8.95 US/$9.95 CAN Map/Folded, 4 ½ x 10 (opens to 27 x 20), 2-sided, color, topographic This shaded-relief map with contours covers the Carbondale, Missouri Heights, Mount Sopris, Glenwood Springs and Glenwood Canyon area. Bike trails, hiking trails, trailheads, peaks and roads are highlighted. The reverse side contains pictures and descriptions of the 20 numbered bike rides and 9 hiking trails.

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NATURALIST GUIDES Rocky Mountain Family Field Guide Series from Bear Bop Press Garrick Pfaffmann, illustrated by Hilary Forsyth Paperback, 6 x 9, color photos and illustrations throughout

Rocky Mountain Mammals Family Field Guide Series, Volume 1 978-1-882426-24-9 • $15.95 US/$18.95 CAN Volume I of the Family Field Guide for Colorado’s Rocky Mountains covers animal habitat, interactions with humans, birth cycles and litter sizes, interesting facts, predator/prey relationships, and ecosystems and life zones.

Rocky Mountain Plants Family Field Guide Series, Volume 2 978-1-882426-26-3 • $16.95 US/$19.95 CAN Volume 2 of the Family Field Guide for Colorado’s Rocky Mountains covers the 60 most common trees, shrubs and flowers for this area. This easy identification guide is designed for young readers but is extremely useful for adults as well.

Rocky Mountain Birds Family Field Guide Series, Volume 3 978-1-882426-28-7 • $15.95 US/$18.95 CAN Thirty-seven of the most commonly observed and easy-to-identify birds have been selected as an introduction to bird life in the Rocky Mountains. These common bird species represent a broad enough diversity of behaviors and characteristics to gain an understanding of the bird life in this region.

Rocky Mountain Bugs Family Field Guide Series, Volume 4 978-1-882426-32-4 • $15.95 US/$18.95 CAN What is an insect? What is an invertebrate? Learn about the importance of bugs in the life cycle and food chain of the ecosystem.

Wild at Heart A Field Guide to Plants, Birds & Mammals of Snowmass/Aspen and the Colorado Rocky Mountains Published by the Town of Snowmass Village, written by Janis Lindsey Huggins 978-1-882426-31-7 • $34.95 US/$38.95 CAN Paperback, 6 x 9, 480 pages, 670 color photos, maps and drawings Winner of the Colorado Book Award in 2005, this natural history guide covers 423 plants, 112 birds and 49 mammals in the wilderness areas surrounding Snowmass Village and Aspen, Colorado. In addition to being a field guide, the books covers edible and medicinal uses of plants, conservation status of birds and animals, ecology of various local life zones, and the history, trails and geology of the Snowmass Village area.

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PHOTOGRAPHY Aspen: Body, Mind & Spirit In Celebration of the Aspen Idea Text by Paul Andersen, Photos by Burnham Arndt, Aaron Strong, Alan Becker, David Hiser 978-1-882426-11-9 $39.95 US/$43.95 CAN Hardcover, 9 x 12, 128 pages 96 color photos, 11 historic black and white photos Aspen: Body, Mind & Spirit is a colorful pictorial reflection of Aspen and its history. Through color photos depicting the town of Aspen, its activities, and the beautiful natural setting, this book shows Aspen moving from the original utopian vision, with skiing and recreation becoming the town's prevailing influence. Aspen: Rocky Mountain Paradise 120 brilliant color photographs by four of Aspen’s top photographers Text by Paul Andersen, photos by Daniel Bayer, Michael Brands, David Hiser and Robert Millman 978-1-882426-34-8 $44.95 US/$49.95 CAN Hardcover, 9 x 12, 112 pages 120 color photos and one historic black and white photo Aspen: Rocky Mountain Paradise captures the town of Aspen and the natural beauty of the surrounding Elk Mountain Range through 120 brilliant color photographs by four of Aspen’s top photographers. The four sections of the book with text by Paul Andersen – Town, Ski Mountains, Outside Aspen, and Backcountry – together depict a blend of history, culture, recreation and the environment for a unique picture of this world-famous resort. Aspen in Color Seasons of a Mountain Town Text by Paul Andersen, Photos by Hill Photography 978-0-9620046-5-0 $39.95 US/$43.95 CAN Hardcover, 9 x 12, 112 pages, 85 color photos, one historic black and white photos Here is a view of Aspen and the surrounding Rocky Mountains through a collection of timeless color photographs by local photographers. This book combines the images of nature from the Aspen area with photographs of the town, characterizing nature in its many moods, and chronicling the activities of the city's residents and visitors. The Globe Pequot Press ● 800.243.0495 ● Fax 800.820.2329 ● www.GlobePequot.com


Desert Adagio FINALIST of The Indie Next Generation Coffee Table/Photography Book Award Doug Rhinehart 978-0-9817810-4-4 $19.95 US/$21.95 CAN Paperback, 10 x 9, 48 pages 35 black and white photos. Utah's Canyonlands are truly the eighth wonder of the world to those of us who, along with Rhinehart, find ourselves in love with them. Classic and precise black and white photographs expose how the grandeur of the expanse builds its magnificence through details, just as Rhinehart's quiet words help us to understand.

The photographs in Desert Adagio live up to the book's title: They share the slow and thoughtful movement of a piece of classical music. - High Country News

Phlogs: Journey to the heart of the human predicament WINNER of the 2010 Colorado Book Award, Pictorial Category WINNER of The Indie Next Generation Coffee Table/Photography Book Award and Grand Prize Winner - Second Place, Non-Fiction Award George Stranahan and Nicole Beinstein Strait 978-0-9817810-3-9 $39.95 US/$43.95 CAN Hardcover, 176 pages, 6 essays, 68 black & white photos Words and pictures come together in this book about the life and photography of George Stranahan, physicist, professor, rancher, founder of Flying Dog brewery [and Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey], philanthropist, former head of Aspen Community School, and friend of Hunter S. Thompson and Ralph Steadman. Starting out by imitating the work and subject matter of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, Stranahan grew into his own idiosyncratic style. “As I look at my photos now,” he says, “I think that perhaps they are the serious work of my life.” (Cornell Alumni Magazine, March/ April 2010) "Awesome!...an explosion of emotion…that will make you think, or bring a lump to your throat, or make your eyes smile — or all three." - Walter Isaacson - President of The Aspen Institute and bestselling author of "Einstein: His Life & Universe”

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