It's easy to spend hours sipping espresso and perusing the eclectic books here. Before you leave, outfit yourself with field guides, camping gear, USGS maps, hiking clothes and gas for your camp stove.
Locally made and up-cycled products are the focus of this boutique, a designer yard sale if ever there was one. Stocks men's and women's clothing, oddball gifts and accessories.
Large collection of ceramics, jewelry, sculpture and paintings, but pride of place here goes to the work of local photographer David Pettit. Also sells signed prints.
Stock up on all the outdoor gear you need, including climbing ropes, route guides, books and water-jug refills. The knowledgeable staff are quite helpful.
The city's biggest and best independent bookstore also has a praiseworthy local rare-book selection at its downtown location.
Local artists' work, all made in-state, runs the gamut from fine art and photography to scarves and pottery.
Excellent indie bookstore with extensive regional and natural history selection and topographic maps.
A wonderful artists' co-op with pottery, paintings and photography.
Represents 20 different potters from across the Southwest.
For all kinds of cowboy gear, as well as Native American pottery, jewelry and rugs. Dress up in old-fashioned duds and get your photo taken, or pick up anything from a John Wayne mug and toilet paper to rhinestone f…