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Hiking Grand Teton National Park: A Guide to the Park's Greatest Hiking Adventures
     

Hiking Grand Teton National Park: A Guide to the Park's Greatest Hiking Adventures

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by Bill Schneider
 

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This is the authoritative guide to all hiking trails—from short, easy day trips to multi-day backcountry adventures—in Grand Teton National Park, famous for its rugged beauty, abundant wildlife and spectacular mountain vistas. Located in western Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is one of America's true wilderness gems.Look inside to find:•

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This is the authoritative guide to all hiking trails—from short, easy day trips to multi-day backcountry adventures—in Grand Teton National Park, famous for its rugged beauty, abundant wildlife and spectacular mountain vistas. Located in western Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is one of America's true wilderness gems.Look inside to find:• Hikes suited to every ability• Difficulty ratings, fees/permits, and best hiking seasons • A trail finder to help find just the right hike for you • Invaluable trip-planning information• Full-color photos throughout• Full-color GPS-compatible maps of each trail• GPS coordinates for all trailheads and backcountry campsitesFor more than thirty years, FalconGuides® have set the standard for outdoor guidebooks. Written by top experts, each guide invites you to experience the adventure and beauty of the outdoors.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762772551
Publisher:
Falcon Guides
Publication date:
06/05/2012
Series:
Regional Hiking Series
Edition description:
Third Edition
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
393,204
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 8.82(h) x 0.44(d)

Meet the Author

Bill Schneider has spent forty years hiking trails all across America. During college in the mid-1960s, he worked on a trail crew in Glacier National Park and became a hiking addict. He spent the 1970s publishing the Montana Outdoors magazine for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks while covering as many miles of trails as possible on weekends and holidays. In 1979 Bill and his partner, Mike Sample, founded Falcon Publishing. Since then, he has written twenty books and hundreds of magazine articles on wildlife, outdoor recreation, and conservation issues. Bill has also taught classes on bicycling, backpacking, zero-impact camping, and hiking in bear country for the Yellowstone Institute, a nonprofit educational organization in Yellowstone National Park. In 2000 Bill retired from his position as president of Falcon Publishing (now part of The Globe Pequot Press) after it had grown into the premier publisher of outdoor recreation guidebooks with more than 800 titles in print. He now lives in Helena, Montana with his wife, Marnie, and works as a publishing consultant and freelance writer. For more details, go to www.billschneider.net.

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Hiking Grand Teton National Park: A Guide to the Park's Greatest Hiking Adventures 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Echoflight finds herself following Seafire, because he seemed to be leading the patrol. She looked around, the sound of water roaring in the near distance. She shook her head, knowing RainClan could never live there. She liked how the sky was in veiw though. Echoflight padded into where the camp could be, nodding. "Maybe for SandClan." She answered Seafire's question, looking at the areas where dens could be built, where thr high log might be located, just about everything. Suddenly, she imagines the place complete, with dens and all. Cats shared tounges and the black and gray she imagined what it would be like to see a hunting patrol come in. Kits could be seen playing in her imagination. Echoflight shook her head, flicking her ears and dissmissig the images. *Not for me, or my brother, or the rest of RainClan.* The Rainclan representitive thought. But for some reason, this was much better than the forests. She scrunched up her face, confused on why her paws felt so at home. *This isn't right. My home is the mountains.* she reminded herself as she turned to go to their next destination. However, the RainClan warrior found herself glancing back at the territory of what could possibly be SandClan's. "The mountains are my home. They always will be." she whispered under her breath. <br> <p> ~&euro;chofligh&tau
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He padded through, sniffing everything. He frowned at the marshy ground. There were also strange plants and a scent he had never smelled before. Whatever it was, it was a predator. The pace also smelled fishy with ponds around. *Nice for Riverclan* H tehought andheaded back to the butte.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The SandClan warrior sniffed the border for anything suspicious. Finding it only lingering with SandClan scent, he re-marked the border & began to pad off, but stopped in his tracks & glanced over his shoulder at the NorthClan border. Wolfclaw silently wondered if HawkClan would turn out to be the great & powerful Clan everyone believed in- that /he/ believed in. *I just hope Hawkstar gets it up & running soon. I can hardly wait.* With that, he continued on his path back to campm