“Rob Schulteis’ Hidden West is a superlative guide for taking us to places ‘where nothing has changed in 10,000 years’. His words, as much poetry as prose, make me want to drop everything and go on a pilgrimage to the magical canyons, arroyos, buttes, and - in his words - the ‘old seafloors and dried blood of long-gone volcanoes’ of the American West. Brian Sutherland’s narration of these beckoning descriptions is the audio equivalent of the Pied Piper.” (Judy Muller, Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist and professor emerita, USC Annenberg School of Journalism)
The Hidden West is a memorable account of one man's journey through terra incognita - secret places that still exist in the American West. Among the mysterious and beautiful places through which the author travels are the Colorado Plateau, the sacred Navajo mountain, the Indian holy grounds in the Badlands, the sand hills of Nebraska, Mono Lake, and the largest canyon in the world, the Barranca del Cobre in northern Mexico. This brilliant book is perfect for adventurers who love to travel, both vicariously and on their own.