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Digital Guidebook (App): Backcountry Skiing Silverton, Colorado

$7.99

Download your next adventure with Rakkup! Access the professionally written and reliable content of the Silverton Ski Atlas in a user-friendly app with loads of features.

 

 

When you purchase this app from Beacon Guidebooks, you will receive an automatic email from Rakkup with simple instructions and links to install the app on your device and download the guidebook you have purchased.

No monthly membership! Just buy the zone/digital book you need.

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Description

The San Juan Mountain Range speaks for itself when it comes to remote and rugged terrain in the west. Highway 550, passing over three passes (Red Mountain, Molas and Coal Bank) and through the heart of the town of Silverton, brings power-hounds to some of Colorado’s most coveted and diverse backcountry ski terrain. The locations showcased in this digital ski atlas offer the entire spectrum of terrain and difficulty. Provided you already have a small amount of experience as a backcountry skier and have some level of avalanche knowledge, there is something in this digital guide for everyone.

In this digital book you will find a sophisticated navigational mobile app, complete with aerial photos, marked runs, a zone descent list, ascent and skin track info, run descriptions and tour lengths, hazards, slope angles, elevations, Avalanche Terrain Exposure Scale ratings and more. Additional app features include: offline GPS navigation, zoomable topo maps, map legends, slope angle shading, a searchable/filterable descent list and bookmarking. Designed to go along with you on your tours and accompany the Backcountry Skiing Silverton Ski Atlas and Ski Map.

This digital book covers the following zones: Coal Creek/Deer Creek, Snowdon, North Twilight, Turk-Sultan Traverse, Deadwood Basin Traverse, Sultan Summit, Sultan North, Kenall Mountain, Turkey Chute, King Solomon, Anvil, Battleship East & North Side, Pass West Side, McMillian/US Basin, Cemetery, Red 3, Commodore, and Prospect.

With the Rakkup app, users purchase and save guidebooks for each zone onto their smart device. Once downloaded, the book is available offline. When you purchase this app from Beacon Guidebooks, you will receive an automatic email from Rakkup with simple instructions and links to install the app on your device and download the guidebook you have purchased.

SKI ATLAS, MAP AND APP SOLD SEPARATELY.

Lou Dawson
Lou Dawson@wildsnow
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"This is the kind of publication that helps you arrive cold as an out-of-towner, find the “skinners” and have at it while pounding fluffy Colorado pow and laughing at the over-priced ski lifts."
West Elk Project
West Elk Project@westelkproject
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"It neatly lays out the elevations, descent lengths, aspects, trailhead directions, winter maintenance and parking info, snowmobile access, skin tracks, and exit info. That combined with helpful photos, give backcountry travelers a very good idea of what is going on."
Frank Konsella
Frank Konsella@14erskiers
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"Sovick’s book contains established skin tracks, preferred routes, etiquette, and notes on terrain traps, gullies and avalanche paths. It also assumes all users are trained in avalanche avoidance and rescue, and includes AIARE’s “Communication Checklist,” which includes tips for facilitating teamwork and good decision-making."
Griff
GriffOn the Berthoud Pass Ski Atlas
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"These books are great for quick references, re-capping tours and pre-planning. They are small and light and pack well too."
Beau
BeauOn the Light Tours of Colorado Ski Atlas
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"A well composed guidebook with lots of great suggestions, many of which I have already skied."
Regina
ReginaOn the Crystal Mountain Book
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"Gifted this to my son at Christmas. He loved it! And it exceeded his expectations."
Mason
MasonOn the Snoqualmie Pass Ski Atlas
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"I want to thank you for making the best ski guidebooks out there. Your books are a big reason why I’m able to explore the backcountry around Snoqualmie Pass."
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