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Ebook: Guide to the Wild and Scenic Rio Grande

By Stephen Maurer EBOOK00002

One of New Mexico`s wild and scenic rivers, the Rio Grande winds through mountains, canyons, and desert on its epic journey through New Mexico. This guide has maps, history, and points of interest for the stretch of the Wild and Scenic Rio Grande between Lobatos Bridge, just north of the Colorado state line, and Velarde New Mexico. This route includes detailed information on the nature, history, and culture experienced while rafting or kayaking the white water of the Ute Mountain Run, the Upper Taos Box, La Junta, the Lower Taos Box, Orilla Verde, Racecourse, and the County Line Run. 1994, 80 pp, 48 Mb PDF. This PDF is available for instant download upon payment. Please note that when your credit card transaction is complete or when your check has been received, you will receive an email with a link to the file. Click on the link, and enter your email address again to begin an automatic download of the file. Please be sure to add onlinestore@publiclands.org to your friends list so you receive this email.

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Great River

By Glen Pitre and Michelle Benoit 0-88289-783-7

Before Fremont, Powell, or even Lewis and Clark, Robert Cavelier de La Salle journeyed with his priest and native guides down the length of the Mississippi from Canada, reaching the Gulf of Mexico in 1682. Driven by dubious legends and the hope of a fat reward, they nonetheless survived hostile battles, catastrophic weather, and the vagaries of the river itself to open a new frontier for the New World. 248 pages.

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Touring New Mexico Hot Springs

By Matt C. Bischoff 762711345

New Mexico's rich history and diverse geography provide the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable geothermal experience-from the low desert in the south to the pine-clad Rocky Mountains in the north.

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Wild and Scenic Snake River Boater`s Guide

By USDA Forest Service WWNF-BROCH-01

New and revised edition of the Snake in parts of Idaho, Oregon, Washington. Covers the entire Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, 67.5 miles from Hells Canyon Dam to River mile 180.2. Includes river mileage log for rafting, kayaking, hunting, fishing, camping, descriptive index to sites, safety information, regulations, and access map. Scale is 1"= 1 mile. 36 pages, spiral bound on tear proof synthetic paper, 2014.

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Yellowstone River Gde: Park City- Pompeys Pillar

By Lewistown District YELLRIV-PC-PP

This floater`s guide covers the Yellowstone along the route which William Clark followed from July 20 - 26 1806, on his way home from Oregon. Floaters can use the map for fishing and boating between the Buffalo Mirage fishing access near Park City to Pompeys Pillar National Monument. The waterproof, tearproof map offers historic information about local tribes and the Lewis and Clark expedition, as well as current information about river access sites, safety and known hazards, GPS coordinates, topographic information, and natural history. Scale 1"=1 mile. 1999.

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Yellowstone River Guide: Far West - Bonfield

By Lewistown District YELLRIV-FW-BON

This floater`s guide covers the Yellowstone along the route which William Clark followed from July 20 - 26 1806, on his way home from Oregon. Floaters can use the map for fishing and boating between the Far West fishing access point outside of Rosebud to the Bonfield fishing access point east of Miles City. The waterproof, tearproof map offers historic information about local tribes and the Lewis and Clark expedition, as well as current information about river access sites, safety and known hazards, GPS coordinates, topographic information, and natural history. Scale 1"=1 mile. 1999.

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Yellowstone River Guide: Springdale- Park City

By Lewistown District YELLRIV-SPR-PC

This floater`s guide covers the Yellowstone along the route which William Clark followed from July 20 - 26 1806, on his way home from Oregon. Floaters can use the map for fishing and boating between the towns of Springdale and the Buffalo Mirage fishing access point east of Park City. The waterproof, tearproof map offers historic information about local tribes and the Lewis and Clark expedition, as well as current information about river access sites, safety and known hazards, GPS coordinates, topographic information, and natural history. Scale 1"=1 mile. 1999.

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