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Dayhikes -- 29 in all -- of different lengths and ability levels. Each has a contoured map and narrative about natural and human history, botany, geology and other highlights of that trail. 28 color photographs.
Lace up your boots and sample more than one hundred hikes in America’s most famous national park. Geysers, paint pots, and glowing blue pools; deep canyons with plunging waterfalls; broad river valleys with seemingly endless views; and tall rugged mountains—Yellowstone National Park is a hiker’s paradise with more than 800 miles of trails. Let veteran hiker and outdoor writer Bill Schneider guide you on a wide variety of day hikes and extended backpacking trips into the vast interior of this national treasure. Whether you’re a day-tripper or long-distance hiker, old hand or novice, you’ll find trails suited to every ability and interest in Yellowstone National Park. Features Hikes suited to every ability Detailed directions Elevation profiles, difficulty ratings, and information on hiking in bear country Full-color photos throughout Full-color GPS-compatible maps of each trail.
SUPERANNO Newly formatted, Lonely Planet's national park guides feature sustainable content and green travel ideas, as well as Hiking & Camping charts to help travelers choose between routes and campsites. This edition contains more than forty hiking routes and key cycling and driving routes, as well as color itineraries to help tailor the right tour.
Join three Yellowstone National Park experts in their remarkable discovery of the park's 200-plus new waterfalls, most of which the American public, and even Yellowstone park rangers, have never before witnessed. These trailblazers are the first to document the existence of these spectacular natural features -- at least 25 of which tower to heights of 100 feet or more -- and the authors do so through striking photographs, engaging text, and detailed maps. The book also features the park's 50 known waterfalls and reveals the untold stories surrounding many of them. For nature-lovers, adventure-seekers, and Yellowstone aficionados alike, Yellowstone: The Discovery of its Waterfalls is a landmark work, combining natural and human histories with unbelievably rare geographical discoveries.
The Best of Yellowstone National Park reveals the best things to see and do in the world’s first national park, from the best day hikes and scenic drives to the best places to see wildlife and wildflowers. Former National Park Service ranger Alan Leftridge guides the reader through all the superlatives Yellowstone has to offer, including sections on the best activities for kids and the best things to do on a rainy or snowy day. Where are the bears? Where can wolves be seen? Where are the best fishing spots? What are the must-see historic sites? Where are the best waterfalls? This handy guide has all the answers. Amply illustrated with 195 color photographs and 15 locator maps, The Best of Yellowstone National Park should be in every visitor’s backpack and within easy reach on the dashboard.
A conveniently sized guide to two popular destinations features recommendations for affordable vacationing, providing contiguous text and maps for easy reference and topographical coverage of regional wildlife, campsites and adventure attractions. Original.
Traces the author's lifetime of exploring the natural wonders of Yellowstone National Park, journeys during which he visited its geysers, thermal pools, and glacier; encountered a vast range of wildlife; and witnessed such phenomena as waterfall moonbows. 40,000 first printing.