"Written by a recognized authority on the geology of the Wasatch Mountains, this guide is meant to enrich the experience of outdoor enthusiasts who want to understand the geologic history and development of the Wasatch range. The first section of the book introduces the major geological time periods - the record of mountain building events from the oldest to the youngest, the effects of glaciation, and the development of the present topography. In then follows with a descriptive trail guide for each major trail system, including Mill Creek and Neffs Canyons, Mount Olympus, Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons, and Bells Canyon. Trail length, elevation gain, relative difficulty, and major geological features are outlined for each trail. Now you can hike these trails with the answers to all your geologic questions right at your fingertips."--BOOK JACKET.
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