Put Rocky Mountain National Park Pocket Guide in your pocket and explore beautiful and unspoiled mountainous areas. This information-packed, fully portable book highlights the key things you’ll need to get the most out of your visit. Outdoor activities and flora and fauna are detailed, as well as useful travel information to help you navigate areas in and outside the park. Find inside:• Two PopOut™ maps and seven detailed area maps• Outdoor activities including hiking, climbing, and wildlife viewing, as well as seeing the sites from Trail Ridge Road• Places to stay and dine in Estes Park• Activities just for families
About the Author
Stewart M. Green is a freelance photographer and writer based in Colorado. He travels the world working on projects for GPP, FalconGuides and other publications and has written many books for Globe Pequot, including the popular Rock Climbing Colorado, Rock Climbing Utah, Rock Climbing New England, Rock Climbing Arizona, Scenic Driving California, and Scenic Driving New England. He is currently working on a collection of essays about the climbing life. Stewart has over thirty years of experience as a professional photographer and is one of the world's leading climbing photographers. In addition to books, his work appears in many catalogues, advertisements, and national publications.
Table of Contents(1) Welcome: Introduction to Rocky Mountain National Park; (2) Navigate: Getting to and around the Park; (3) History: Key things about the park; (4) Flora and Fauna: All Things Great and Small; (5) Horizons: Natural and Historic Sites; (6) Get Going: Activities in the Park; (7) Just for Families; (8) Recharge: Places to Sleep and Eat; (9) Beyond the Borders: Off-site Places to Sleep, Eat, and Go; (10) Resources