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A Ranger’s Guide to Yellowstone Day Hikes

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If you have never visited Yellowstone National Park before, then boy are you in for a treat! If you have, then you understand why this natural wonder was named America’s first national park in 1872. Containing about half the world’s active geysers in its geothermal areas, Yellowstone is truly a feast for the eyes.

With annual visitation to the park exceeding 3 million, it may seem difficult to truly enjoy the park with so many people, but husband-and-wife park rangers and authors of this book want to ensure that you do just that! With in-depth knowledge that only insiders could provide, Roger Anderson and Carol Shively Anderson break down the massive park into 29 of its best trails, describing them in terms of difficulty, distance, elevation change, and duration.

Product Details

  • 6’’W x 9’’H
  • Paperback, 152 pages, by Roger Anderson and Carol Shively Anderson
  • Includes colored photos, black-and-white maps, and index
  • ISBN: 978-1-56037-157-1

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