Yellowstone and Grand Teton’s Best Nature Walks

29 Easy Ways to Explore the Parks’ Ecology

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Pub Date 14 May 2024 | Archive Date 14 May 2024

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Step out of your car and right into nature! Yellowstone and Grand Teton’s Best Nature Walks by Roddy Scheer guides you through simple hikes that feature the best of the park’s rich ecology. Each entry starts with the brief description of the hike's level of difficulty—all are gentle to moderate and cover no more than two miles. Entries also include directions and clear descriptions of the flora, fauna, and geology you are likely to encounter along the way. Yellowstone and Grand Teton’s Best Nature Walks is a must-have guide for outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, and tourists.

Step out of your car and right into nature! Yellowstone and Grand Teton’s Best Nature Walks by Roddy Scheer guides you through simple hikes that feature the best of the park’s rich ecology. Each...


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ISBN 9781643261539
PRICE $24.99 (USD)
PAGES 264

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I live five hours drive from Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons. I have spent many weekends exploring the natural beauty and seeing wildlife in both national parks. The book has lovely photos of wildlife, plants and geographic wonders. Boardwalks, hiking trails, scenic drives and viewpoints are covered in the book. Yellowstone is a unique place and there are areas that people should no wander off the path or trails. The book is informative and some of the information is more than a simple hiker would need to know. But if you are interested in more in-depth knowledge of flora and fauna this book has it. I enjoyed reading through this book and can easily see it for sale at visitor centers and gateway entrances to the parks. I look forward to pulling out my National Parks pass and visiting these parks again. Thank you Timber Press for the temporary ARC via NetGalley and I am leaving a voluntary review.

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