A Ranger's Guide to Yellowstone Day Hikes
With over 40 years of combined experience as park rangers in Yellowstone, Roger Anderson and Carol Shively invite you out of your car, onto the trails, and into the heart of the park. With this book as your companion, it's like having a ranger as your guide on every trail.
A Ranger’s Guide is a notable departure from your typical hiking book. It has the best of everything—the most accurate information, the highest quality maps, and outstanding photography. But what takes it over the top are the Naturalist Notes for each hike.This expanded 20th Anniversary Edition features:
● Tools to help you choose the right trail
● 34 carefully selected hikes for all abilities
● Easy-to-read custom topo maps with shaded relief, GPS compatible
● Full-color photographs throughout
● Intriguing trail commentary, “Naturalist Notes”
● Hiking/biking trail opportunities
Dimensions of the book: 6" x 9", 56 color photos, 35 map(s), index, Softcovers
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About the authors:
Roger and Carol were career rangers with the National Park Service, serving in five national parks across the country, with more than 40 years of combined service in Yellowstone. Their work was primarily in visitor education and park management, sharing these treasured places with people from all over the world.
Roger began his career as a field ranger at Old Faithful and went on to serve as Yellowstone’s Chief of Cultural Resources and editor of the park’s journal, Yellowstone Science. His final assignment was as the Superintendent of an NPS Training Center, developing the next generation of employees to preserve the parks.
Carol directed the ranger-led program in the park’s Lake District before working for the NPS’s Washington DC Headquarters developing a nationwide coaching and mentoring program for rangers specializing in Resource Education. In her final assignment, she was the National Coordinator for the NPS Civil War to Civil Rights Commemoration.
They have now retired and live near Yellowstone. Perhaps you’ll see them on the trail!