One great map for CT users! You’ll appreciate this map as a supplement to CT guides including the Databook and Map Book. It folds out to cover a large landscape and shows features of real interest to trail users, like routes to fourteeners, CT Collegiate Loop, nearby resupply towns, and much more. It is printed on durable plastic and totally waterproof with UTM & latitude/longitude grid.
- Entire CT Collegiate Loop
- Access roads to Collegiate East and Collegiate West
- 14 fourteeners
- Trails to 14ers, plus proximity to The Colorado Trail
- CT Collegiate West addition shows end to end
- Broad coverage includes 191 miles of The Colorado Trail
- Resupply towns & road routes, including Buena Vista, Salida, Mt. Princeton Hot Springs and more
- Accurate (GPSed trails & roads)
- Monarch Crest Trail
- 66 miles of the Arkansas River with rapids and recreation areas
Map Coverage covers all or part of 44 USGS 1:24,000 7.5-minute topographic maps
- North Twin Lakes
- South Bonanza
- East Badger Creek
- West Taylor Park
Size: 38″ x 25″ flat, 8.25″ x 4.25″ folded
Weight: 3.2 ounces
Scale: 1:75,000; 1 inch = 1.2 miles or 1.9 km
Contour Interval: 80 feet with shaded relief base
Latest Edition: 5th – 2020
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Pocket-sized including water sources and reliability, the CT Databook is the “CliffsNotes” version of the CT Guidebook. Users like carrying it and referring to it on the Trail.
Databook 8 is New for the 2021 Trail Season, it is lighter and thinner than the waterproof 7th Edition. The 8th Edition of the CT Databook builds on the usefulness of previous editions beginning with an end-to-end refinement of the Trail survey data, leading to mileage changes throughout the Databook. Key features have been corrected, particularly those that pertain to intersections and water sources, and the book has been revised to include all Trail reroutes. Resupply towns information has been rewritten and made current.
The Databook answers your questions, including: How far is the next water source and how reliable is it? How many miles? What elevation? Where can I resupply? Information is presented in an easy-to-understand system of key words, symbols, maps and elevation profiles for each of the Trail segments. CT travelers appreciate using it as they travel the Trail.
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