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98.6 Degrees The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive!

98.6 Degrees The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive!

98.6 Degrees The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive! is an extensive reference guide for survival, no matter where you are. Cody Lundin, who you know as "the barefoot guy" from the show Dual Survival on The Discovery Channel, or perhaps as the Director of...

10.00

Be Expert with Map and Compass

Be Expert with Map and Compass

GPS devices are great, but they can break, get lost, or easily be hampered by weather conditions, making basic map and compass skills essential for anyone who spends time outdoors. This popular, easy-to-use orienteering handbook has been helping people...

21.95

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

One of the most extraordinary survival stories ever told -- Aron Ralston's searing account of his six days trapped in one of the most remote spots in America, and how one inspired act of bravery brought him home. It started out as a simple hike in the...

10.50

Canyoneering 2 Technical Loop Southern Utah

Canyoneering 2 Technical Loop Southern Utah

Canyoneering 2: Technical Loop Hikes is a guide to seven, week-long backpack trips into some for the most unspoiled and least-visited areas in the Utah section of the Colorado Plateau. Every hike contains the four essentials of a great canyoneering route:...

19.95

Canyoneering 3: Loop Hikes in Utah Escalante

Canyoneering 3: Loop Hikes in Utah Escalante

Utahs Escalante country: a vast jigsaw puzzle of desert canyons, draws, defiles, gorges, slots, and washes demarcating upland expanses of slickrock, benches, and ridges, above which stand towers, pinnacles, and peaks. Inhabited for centuries by the ancient...

21.95

Climbing Mount Whitney

Climbing Mount Whitney

People travel from all over the world to stand on the summit of Mt. Whitney (14,496 ft), the highest point in the contiguous United States. Miles of rugged granitic terrain, blue-green lakes, and impressive ridges are just some of the awesome vistas awaiting...

13.95

Colorado River Reader

Colorado River Reader

The mystique of the Colorado River is no less enduring and powerful than is its physical presence in the landscape of the West. Little wonder that narratives about the Colorado still arouse and intrigue readers, or that the river continues to inspire...

17.95

Dawson Guide To the Colorado 14ers, volume 2

Dawson Guide To the Colorado 14ers, volume 2

Photographer and writer, Louis W. Dawson lives in Carbondale, Colorado, with his wife Lisa and son Louis. He is the first person to ski all of Colorado's fourteeners. Moreover, he has climbed all of the fourteeners at least once and many of them several...

22.95

Dog First Aid: A Field Guide for the Hunting, Working, and Outdoor Dog

Dog First Aid: A Field Guide for the Hunting, Working, and Outdoor Dog

This pocket field guide will cover the injuries and problems that your dog can encounter in the field, presenting the symptoms and treatment.

15.00

Field Guide to Butterflies National Audubon Society

Field Guide to Butterflies National Audubon Society

Butterflies are among the natural world's most colorful and intriguing creatures, so what could be more useful than a handy field guide with more than 1,000 photographs of all the butterflies of North America north of Mexico, including all true butterflies,...

21.95

Grand Canyoneering

Grand Canyoneering

Many are familiar with the breathtaking views from the rim, but within the deepest corners of the main Canyon itself there are seldom visited smaller tributary canyons that exhibit stunning beauty and the opportunity for adventure. The trips described...

29.95

Halfway to Heaven

Halfway to Heaven

Fat, forty-four, father of three sons, and facing a vasectomy, Mark Obmascik would never have guessed that his next move would be up a 14,000-foot mountain. But when his twelve-year-old son gets bitten by the climbing bug at summer camp, Obmascik cant...

15.00

Hayduke Trail

Hayduke Trail

Traversing six national parks (Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce, Grand Canyon, Zion), a national recreation area, a national monument, and various wilderness, primitive, and wilderness study areas, the Hayduke Trail is a challenging, 800-mile...

19.95

Hikernuts Canyon Lands Companion

Hikernuts Canyon Lands Companion

To hike and explore the southwest canyon country is to experience a world unlike any other. Award-winning author Brian Lane places his nearly twenty years experience hiking throughout this area to good use in detailing day hikes and backpacking excursions.

16.95

Hiking and Exploring Utah's Henry Mountains and Robbers Roost 3rd edition

Hiking and Exploring Utah's Henry Mountains and Robbers Roost 3rd edition

This book centers on the Henry Mountains of southeastern Utah, which are just south of the small town of Hanksville, and east of Canyonlands National Park and the upper end of Lake Powell. The main emphasis of this book is a climbing guide to the half...

15.95

Hiking Cedar Mesa

Hiking Cedar Mesa

The Cedar Mesa country in southeast Utah is a land of convoluted cliffs with arches, natural bridges, hoodoos, spires, hat rocks, ledges, and alcoves. It is a land of flash floods and extreme temperatures that demands much from those who would explore...

19.95