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National Geographic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Road Guide: The Essential Guide for Motorists (National Geographic Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks Road Guide) download ebook

by Steven Fuller,Jeremy Schmidt

National Geographic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Road Guide: The Essential Guide for Motorists (National Geographic Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks Road Guide) download ebook
ISBN:
142620597X
ISBN13:
978-1426205972
Author:
Steven Fuller,Jeremy Schmidt
Publisher:
National Geographic; Revised, Updated ed. edition (January 26, 2010)
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Pages:
96 pages
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1169 kb
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1929 kb
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Rating:
4.7

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This book quickly became my go-to guide book while we made our way through Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. It is very well-organized and provides just enough information to not get the user bogged down reading and missing the sights. Awesome little, quick reference Yellowstone guide! Broken up into each part of the park, step by step! Gives simple and quick references as you drive through the park without having a huge cumbersome map to unfold.

This indispensable guide tracks the major roads within Yellowstone National Park and its neighbor Grand . Published January 26th 2010 by National Geographic Society (first published March 2nd 2004).

This indispensable guide tracks the major roads within Yellowstone National Park and its neighbor Grand Teton National Park. Detailed topographical maps point out where to look for wildlife such as mountain goats, bighorn sheep, elk, deer, and bear; geological formations; historical sites; and plants. Also included are locations for camping, fishing, and boating within the Wyoming parks.

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major roads within Yellowstone and Grand Teton, Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain, and Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks.

The revised and updated series offers travelers user-friendly guides that follow the major roads within Yellowstone and Grand Teton, Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain, and Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks. Volumes in this series have sold more than 100,000 copies since its inception, proving their appeal to visitors. Now, with new and updated information, these guidebooks are sure to be a staple for every road tripper who wishes to experience the best of these beloved national parks. No current Talk conversations about this book.

National Geographic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Road Guide : The Essential Guide for Motorists. Release Date:January 2010. Publisher:National Geographic Society. 30 lbs. Dimensions:0. You Might Also Enjoy. by Steven Fuller and Jeremy Schmidt. Select Format: Paperback.

Jeremy Schmidt, Steven Fuller. As with each major road, the "Grand Loop Road" includes several pages of maps with accompanying text. The text describes the formation of the 308 foot Lower Falls, points out Yellowstone Canyon's best viewpoint Artist's Point, and tells how Mud Volcano lives up to its name. The book's design eliminates a major frustration of other road guides - having to count odometer mileage and flip back and forth between maps and text. Here the text and maps are contiguous, all the visitor needs to find is the road and starting point

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When the scenery out the car window is breathtaking, drivers and their passengers want maximum gaze time. Our popular road guide, completely revised and updated, features contiguous text and maps so visitors can follow the maps and descriptions as they drive along. The book’s efficient design eliminates having to flip back and forth between maps and text and count odometer mileage—a major frustration of other road guides.This indispensable guide tracks the major roads within Yellowstone National Park and its neighbor Grand Teton National Park. Detailed topographical maps point out where to look for wildlife such as mountain goats, bighorn sheep, elk, deer, and bear; geological formations; historical sites; and plants. Also included are locations for camping, fishing, and boating within the Wyoming parks.Several pages of maps and accompanying text cover the popular Grand Loop Road, describing the formation of the 308-foot Lower Falls, Yellowstone Canyon’s best views from Artist’s Point, and how Mud Volcano lives up to its name. This road guide not only helps visitors find their way around but also makes the trip richer, more interesting, and more enjoyable.
Reviews:
  • lets go baby
Great book with all the details on what to see on the highways. HOWEVER - they forgot to write down the highway numbers or road names on the maps. I had to sit down with Google Maps and write in the highway numbers and road names. It is called "essential Guide for Motorists". So you would assume they woudl write downthe roads you are travelling on!
  • Iaiastta
I purchase several guide books and hiking trail maps for our recent trip to Big Sky, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, and Bozeman. This book quickly became my go-to guide book while we made our way through Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. It is very well-organized and provides just enough information to not get the user bogged down reading and missing the sights. I found it to be extremely helpful as we navigated our way through both parks, helping us to find lesser-known spots to stop along our route, gas stations, and "facitlities" (those near smaller picnic areas are likely to be somewhat less stinky than others). It includes historical information about sights along each route. The parks provide maps upon entry, which are also great, but this little book by virtue of its size is easier to handle in the car. I would recommend this to anyone traveling within these two parks.
  • Umge
We took this small book along for our Yellowstone/Teton trip, but really barely used it. I pulled it out the day we drove through the Tetons, but found the park map provided at the visitors' center to be more helpful.
  • Agalas
This was a great guide for driving through Yellowstone. Yellowstone is a very large park and there is lots to see if you know where things are. By having the mile markers, it highlights things you would otherwise miss. If you only want to hit the major sites, you don't need this book. If you have more time and want to see more of what the park has to offer, this book is great!
  • Runehammer
I have read this booklet cover to cover. It has some interesting info about points of interest, suggested routes, facilities throughout the park, etc.. We found it much more useful in Yellowstone than Grand Teton (there's very little about GT IMHO). It is a good traveling companion for your trip, but not a good trip planner because there are no road names/ numbers in the maps. The layout includes a map of stretches of road (usually about 12 miles) on each page with info about the main attractions, and it's a bit difficult to orient oneself on the maps this way (no directional markers or, again, road numbers). It would be good if it has at least one full map of the park with the major roadways indicated. Take this on your trip for extra info, but plan on spending time with the ranger station map to set a course (or, as we did, use a mapping app to plan the trip along with the guide).

While we used this and found some info interesting, if I had it to do over again I wouldn't purchase it.
  • Survivors
A must have when traveling through YSP and GTNP. It advises you on side roads and where to catch some amazing views. There is some history on the park scattered within the book too. I will not be giving mine away, so that I can use it on our next trip.
  • Chankane
This book has a wealth of information and it is a wonderful size to travel with you! I read through and highlighted parts that I was particularly interested before my trip but it was even better when I was in Yellowstone and Grand Teton where I was actually seeing what the book was talking about. I even let it to my friend who went to these parks this summer and she appreciated having it with her! I have even enjoyed it since my trip as I scrapbook and journal my trips and I have more to reference than in my actual travel journal. I am very happy to have purchased this book and hope to return to the places in it!
Awesome little, quick reference Yellowstone guide! Broken up into each part of the park, step by step! Gives simple and quick references as you drive through the park without having a huge cumbersome map to unfold. We recommended!