Stones, Zones, Trails and Tales of Logan Canyon: An Interpretive Guide to the Natural and Human History of Logan Canyon
Date Published: 1995
Edition: First printing
Condition: Good +
Book Id: 49398
159pp. Octavo [23 cm] Pale blue and green pictorial wrappers. With black and white illustrations throughout. The wraps are lightly rubbed, and there is a 4" crease in the rear wrap. The bottom margins of the preliminary pages are damp stained.
From the rear cover- "This interpretive guide will give you the opportunity to become better acquainted with one of the few rugged, wild areas of pristine beauty remaining in our region. Within its pages are ideas of what canyon visitors may see and do along the 41-mile Logan Canyon Scenic Byway, running from the Canyon's mouth near the east edge of the city of Logan, traversing the Bear Mountain Range and ending at Bear Lake."