The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks: 5,001 Things to Do, Learn, and See for Yourself

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The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks: 5,001 Things to Do, Learn, and See for Yourself

The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks: 5,001 Things to Do, Learn, and See for Yourself

  • Author : World Almanac
  • ISBN Code : 1510768475
  • Genre : Travel
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Number of Pages : 384
  • Publish Date : 2022-04-19

From the #1 New York Times bestselling World Almanac comes a brand-new, full-color book celebrating the National Parks––"America's best idea"––and providing a valuable resource for first-time visitors and longtime park fans alike. From the rugged, rocky coasts of Acadia to the geysers and hot springs of Yellowstone to the in-your-face beauty of the Grand Canyon, the national parks of North America offer visitors a new sight or bucket-list-worthy experience at every turn. The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks provides detailed history, itineraries, visitor information, gorgeous photography, recommended hiking routes, and other not-to-be-missed sites and activities for anyone seeking to make the most out of the many resources of the national parks systems of the United States and Canada. Divided into travel regions for convenient research and planning whether the trip length is a day or a year, this is a tool eager travelers will use to discover new sites and off-the-beaten-path destinations again and again.

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