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Hiking Utah's High Uintas: 99 Day and Overnight Hikes (Regional Hiking Series) by Jeffrey Probst (2006-09-01)

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  • By JS80209 on September 15, 2014

    As some of the other reviews have detailed; this is not a hiking book. This is a book about the lakes in the Uintas and the fishing in those lakes. On a 42 mile loop through the Uintas, my friends and I visited several lakes and covered 3 river drainages. The book had very detailed descriptions of each lake and how many people fish it, what kinds of fish are in it, when the fish are biting, etc. There were no trail descriptions, no mention of scenery, campsites, stream crossings, or similar. One drainage we hiked had very difficult hiking with very rocky trails. Another drainage had good trail conditions and a beautiful hike along the Uinta River canyon. All of this was unmentioned. The authors are avid fishermen who I suspect ride horses into their fishing destinations. Look for another book if you are a hiker or backpacker.

  • By MrRich on February 6, 2014

    The book has very poor paper quality. THe individual hikes and information for the was put together before the days of GPS I guess,, because there are not a lot of GPS waypoints for things like trail heads or trail intersections, camp grounds, lakes etc.. Needs to be updated... I would say it's a good start,, but someone should take what's here,, go on every hike and update it with modern and current information.

  • By Mike Whitmer on January 5, 2018

    This is a great book for hiking in Utah. I have found it to be more accurate than the US Forest Service info on the Internet. We don't go hiking without this book

  • By JeronimoHIllam on June 29, 2015

    Great information. It gives a general idea of what to expect as well as difficulty and usage of each area. It has a lot of info about fishing (although it changes by season anyway) which is helpful to know what lakes are fished the most. Great book for those looking to hike the Uintas.

  • By Hikerman on May 13, 2011

    The focus of the book is on lakes and fishing, hiking is secondary, and backpacking seems to be only used as a means to get to fishable lakes. The only hike out of the 99 that is focused on backpacking is the 99th, the Highline Trail, which has only very basic information about the described trail, no campsite descriptions, no hiking descriptions or trail information, and no elevation profile. If you are a trout fisher, this book is for you. Otherwise, keep looking.

  • By Guest on May 25, 2017

    WATCHOUT BIGFOOT....HERE COMES A VERY HUNGRY USFS PERSON! EXCELLENT BOOKS FOR MANY AREAS. THANKS.

  • By William H. Skelton on September 16, 2014

    the mileages are off, both from personal experiences and the USFS signs, at least from Grandview Trailhead to Four Lakes Basin which I just hiked in September 2014. Wonder if the author just guessed or did he really use a measuring wheel or GPS? Probably needs to be updated also.


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