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Dolores River Guide Map

By Stephen Maurer, Ralph DeVries DOLO1

40 pages of mile-by-mile maps from Bradfield Bridge to the confluence with the Colorado 171 miles later. With notes on rapids and points of interest. Reprinted from the 1997 edition. Forty pages, spiral bound, on water resistant paper

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Hot Springs & Hot Pools Of Southwest

By Marjorie Gersh-Young 1890880019

Find out where to relax all throughout the Southwest with or without clothes, for fee and for free.2007, 240 pp.

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Map: Conchas Lake - Surface Management

By BLM TNM2096

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. It is a great map to have while stalking game in Hunting Units 42 and 39, wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, fishing, camping and boating at Conchas Lake State Park and Santa Rosa State Park, or OHV and ATV riding on the surrounding Llano Escatado. Includes roads and lands in San Miguel, Guadalupe and Quay Counties. 2008

$ 7.99 | Add to cart

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Map: Dolores River Map

By DeVries & Maurer DOLO2

40 pages of mile-by-mile maps from Bradfield Bridge to the confluence with the Colorado 171 miles later. With notes on rapids and points of interest. Reprinted from the 1997 edition. Forty pages, spiral bound, on water resistant paper

$ 20.00 | Add to cart

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The Rio Grande - A River Guide

By Paul W. Bauer 9781883905286

This comprehensive, spiral bound, waterproof, 122-page river guide provides detailed, full-color maps of 153 miles of the Rio Grande, from Lasauses, Colorado to Cochiti Dam in New Mexico. Divided into eleven river stretches—including the popular whitewater runs in the Taos Box, Racecourse, and White Rock Canyon—the guide covers stretches that range in difficulty from placid canoe tours to gripping kayak descents. 121pp, includes areas within the new Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, 2011

$ 18.99 | Add to cart

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