Maps and More...
Whatever you love to do or have been wanting to try, we've got you covered. If you love to camp, you may want to check out Camping Colorado: A Comprehensive Guide to Hundreds of Campgrounds by Melinda Crow.
Or maybe you're looking for some fun, interesting hikes? These guidebooks may be right up your alley:
Best Hikes With Kids: Colorado by Maureen Keilty
Perhaps you are looking for a little more of a challenge and want to take on a few Fourteeners this fall, then Colorado's Fourteeners: From Hikes to Climbs by Gerry Roach may be more your speed.
Say biking is more your style, then these choices should help with that:
Road Biking Colorado: The Statewide Guide by Michael Seeberg
Fruita-Grand Junction Fat Tire Guidebook by Troy Rarick
Are you looking to get a little fishing in this fall? Colorado's Best Fly Fishing by Landon R. Mayer might lure you in.
Outdoor activities don't necessarily have to involve strenuous exercise. Here are two guidebooks and a map that allow you to sit back and relax a little:
Guide to Northern Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel-Drive Trails by Charles A. Wells
Touring Colorado Hot Springs by Carl Wambach
Make sure you won't get lost during your travels by picking up one of our many great Trails Illustrated Outdoor Recreation Maps, or if you are a map junkie like myself I recommend heading to the United States Geological Survey's (USGS) spectacular Map Sales Office at the Denver Federal Center (6th & Kipling) and browse their extensive selection of topo maps, US National Forest maps, Minute maps, and informative pamphlets and brochures. You can also shop online, but I think their Map Sales Office is well worth the trip!
The Central Library will close early at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 10 to prepare for the Booklovers Ball. More...