With trips along soaring mountains to high-walled canyons and plunging river gorges, Utah Byways is the ideal guide for adventurous travelers who want to explore the stateAs extensive network of backcountry roads. This fully updated edition presents 65 trips in UtahAs spectacular preserved areas such as Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Arches National Parks, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Other adventures follow the routes of the Transcontinental Railroad and the Pony Express. Detailed descriptions are augmented with full-page photographs and two-color maps of each trip. Icons next to each description indicate options for non-driving activities along each route, such as biking, wildlife viewing, camping, hiking, visiting historic sites, and more. Spiral-bound.If you have a manual transmission, you may be able to compression-start the engine if youa#39;re facing downhill. ... Modern clutch-equipped vehicles require the driver to depress the clutch pedal to start the engine, which is fine in a parking lot but difficult on a steep mountain ... Check the depth with a stick if necessary, comparing the depth to your vehicle (hub deep generally is the deepest you should go).
|Publisher||:||Wilderness Press - 2006-12-21|