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Colorado: Map for Salida/St Elmo/Shavano Peak

Series: Trails Illustrated Maps Volume: 130
By: National Geographic
Scale: 40.68Th
Colorado: Map for Salida/St Elmo/Shavano Peak
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Coverage includes San Isabel and Gunnison national forests; the cities of Garfield, Romley, St Elmo, Poncha Springs, Mt Princeton Hot Springs, and Hancock; the Arkansas River; Pomeroy, Hancock and Waterdog lakes. 14ers: Mt Princeton, Antero, Tabeguache, and Shavano. Ski Areas: Monarch. Includes UTM grids for use with your GPS unit.

Approximately 4.25" x 7.5" folded; 22" x 32" fully opened
Scale = 1:40,680

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Series: Trails Illustrated Maps Volume: 130
By: National Geographic
Scale: 40.68Th
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