Description : "New Mexico is an amazing mosaic, " says Sarah Bennett, veteran mountain biker and author of "The Mountain Biker's Guide to New Mexico" and "The Mountain Biker's Guide to Arizona." "Each of the Indian, Spanish, and Anglo cultures has a long history in this state, and the human mix is as fascinating as the contrasts between its mountains and deserts." From desert rides in the Rio Grande and Pecos river valleys to the high mountain trails of the Rocky Mountains, this book guides you to the "classic" fat-tire biking trails. Mountain bikers of all abilities will enjoy the assortment of rides--varying in length and difficulty and appealing to a variety of moods, skill, and fitness levels. Detailed route descriptions, maps, and listings of mountain bike shops in each area will guide you to the best trails around.
Description : This guide to fifty-seven hiking trails in New Mexico's Sandia Mountains includes twenty-five contour maps and one large four-color pull-out map on water-resistant paper.
Description : Examines the state's most interesting attractions, suggests places to stay and eat, and offers a variety adventures on foot, on wheels, on water, on snow, in the air, and by horse or mule
Description : Paved and off-road bicycling are enormously popular in every state. Now there is a guide to help cyclists recognize and treat the wide range of injury and illness that can happen unexpectedly. From treatment for a broken nose to CPR, Mountain Bikers' Guide to Treating Medical Emergencies is a manual that is easy to use when faced with a medical emergency.
Description : Explorer's Great Destinations puts the guide back into guidebook. This Explorer's Great Destinations guidebook focuses on the Four Corners Region of the American Southwest, including parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah.
Description : Describes New Mexico's history and provides information on accomodations, restaurants, attractions, shopping, recreation, and nightlife
Description : Following modern highways that parallel much of the Lewis and Clark Trail, suggests a two-week itinerary for the trek that took the original explorers almost two years. Includes history, sites, sidetrips, lodging, camping, and restaurants. Illustrated with bandw photos, a few maps (travellers will want more detailed ones), and eight pages of color photos. No index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR