From Pueblo in the south to Fort Collins in the north, breathtaking scenic vistas, centuries-old ghost towns, and an untold number of recreational opportunities beckon just off of Interstate 25. Colorado Trails Front Range Region, the latest in Adler Publishing's Trails series, contains 42 scenic backroads and 4-wheel drive trails along the Front Range including trails near Fort Collins, Boulder, Idaho Springs, Denver, Colorado Springs, Cantilde;on City, and Rocky Mountain National Park-- perfect for planning a memorable outdoor adventure. Visit an intact nineteenth-century schoolhouse. Follow old railroad grades that were once Indian travel routes. Explore the ghost town of Nevadaville. Drive to the summit of Colorado's most famous fourteener. Driving directions include GPS coordinates and all trails are rated for difficulty, mileage, driving time, and more. Descriptions highlight ideal places to camp, hike, mountain bike, fish, and sightsee. Trail maps are topographic.