The Ultimate Wyoming Atlas & Travel Encyclopedia
Michael Dougherty, Heidi Pfeil Dougherty
8 1/2 x 11, color & b/w photos, maps
List Price: $24.95
The most complete guide to the Cowboy State in print. Complete sections with maps for Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, and Fort Laramie National Historic Site. hikes, more than 270 fisheries, over 200 outfitters and guides, 49 public golf courses, over 65 scenic drives and side trips, downhill and cross country ski areas, 100s of museums and historical sites, hot springs, more than 50 ghost towns, 129 maps, 60 maps of towns and cities, over 1,100 restaurants, over 550 motels, every public and private campground, over 200 guest ranches and resorts, over 130 bed and breakfasts, vacation homes and cabins, airports, 100s of National Trail points of interest, gas stops, hundreds of attractions, 1,000s of photographs, weather information for over 60 locations, information on every city and town, 1,000s of things to do, 1,000s of addresses and phone numbers. Includes free photo CD-ROM of 100s of screensaver sized photos.
Hidden Wyoming: Including Jackson Hole, Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Park
List Price: $15.95 • Your Price: $11.17
Like other guidebooks in the Hidden series, Hidden Wyoming reviews the popular attractions -- such as Jackson Hole, the quiet ranching community transformed into a collection of million-dollar alpine resorts -- then invites readers to go further by exploring "hidden" spots other guides overlook such as Gros Ventre River Ranch with its inexpensive log cabins, nearby summer fly-fishing streams, and winter snowshoeing trails. Travel writer John Gottberg is equally comfortable describing a ride down a stretch of white water, the atmosphere at an exclusive resort, or the history of an Old West mining town, making him uniquely qualified to lead visitors through the state's amazing landscape of high mountain peaks, alpine lakes, hot springs, ghost towns, and lost bits of wilderness. This guide covers Wyoming's Wild West heritage, listing 18 Indian museums, ten trading post craft shops, and four cowboy museums. Over four dozen parks and wilderness areas are described including information on camping, hiking, boating, and horseback riding.
Moon Handbooks Wyoming: Including Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks
List Price: $21.95 • Your Price: 15.37
Rugged and awe-inspiring, Wyoming provides the visitor with a visual feast -- jagged mountains, clear lakes, flowing rivers, and rolling plains -- and Don Pitcher's newly revised Moon Handbooks Wyoming offers all the practical know-how to enjoy a trip to this scenic wonder. This guidebook provides extensive coverage of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, including accommodations in the parks, camping information, up-to-date website listings, and full descriptions of lodgings, dining, shopping and culture in gateway towns. Pitcher expertly guides visitors to these two parks, pointing out their must-see features, both on and off the beaten path. Yes, you get Old Faithful, but you also get great coverage of the backcountry too. Additional sites covered include the Black Hills, Devil's Tower, Medicine Wheel, and much more.
Moon Handbooks Yellowstone & Grand Teton, 2nd Edition Don Pitcher
List Price: $17.95 • Your Price: $12.57
Wildlife, wilderness, and solitude -- all can be found in Yellowstone National Park, and Don Pitcher's Moon Handbooks Yellowstone-Grand Teton eases travelers' search to find them. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, encompassing Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks, offers an impressive array of habitats -- from plains and valley, lakes and rivers to high peaks and steaming vents in the Earth. Both parks are flooded with visitors during the summer months, and smart planning is crucial to an enjoyable trip to this magnificent region. Moon Handbooks Yellowstone-Grand Teton offers extensive coverage of accommodations and campgrounds in the parks and in the gateway towns -- including Cody, Jackson, and West Yellowstone; dining and entertainment options; best bets for recreational opportunities, hiking, backcountry camping, fishing, winter sports, and much more. Author Don Pitcher's coverage of the geological, flora, fauna, and human histories of the region -- from Native inhabitants and the mountain men to the politician's who created the parks -- provide a detailed back-story to this most treasured piece of American soil. Comprehensive, insightful, and resourceful, Moon Handbooks Yellowstone-Grand Teton is a must-have for any vacation planning.
Best Easy Day Hikes: Grand Teton Bill Schneider
List Price: $6.95
The rugged mountains of Grand Teton National Park are some of the most photographed mountains in America. With their characteristic jagged, snowy peaks, they exemplify the mountains of the imagination. Hiking is an excellent way to experience the internationally celebrated scenic beauty of the mountains in Grand Teton National Park. Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Teton is your guide to adventure in the park, even if you only have a short time to spend there. With concise hike descriptions and detailed maps of Grand Teton’s best short trails, Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Teton makes hiking in the park accessible to every type of hiker. This handy guide will help you get out and enjoy Grand Teton’s spectacular mountain scenery. Features 20 hikes.
Waterfalls of Grand Teton National Park Charles Maynard
List Price: $5.95
Waterfalls of Grand Teton includes the beautiful waterfalls and cascades in one of hte most scenic parks in America. Evocative black and white photographs and Trails Illustrated Maps assist in locating and enjoying thes special places. The text clearly locates and describes each falls.