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Waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park Waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park
by Charles Maynard  
Waterfalls of Yellowstone includes 42 of the most beautiful waterfalls and cascades of America's premier national park. Color photographs and Trails Illustrated Maps assist in locating and enjoying these special places. The text easily locates and describes each falls. The color photography is outstanding. Buy this book now
The Guide to Yellowstone Waterfalls and Their Discovery The Guide to Yellowstone Waterfalls and Their Discovery
by Paul Rubinstein, Lee H. Whittlesey, Mike Stevens  
Join three Yellowstone National Park experts in their remarkable discovery of the park's 200-plus "new" waterfalls, most of which the American public, and even Yellowstone park rangers, have never before witnessed. These trailblazers are the first to document the existence of these spectacular natural features-at least 25 of which tower to heights of 100 feet or more-and the authors do so through striking photographs, engaging text, and detailed maps. The book also features the park's 50 known waterfalls and reveals the untold stories surrounding many of them. For nature-lovers, adventure-seekers, and Yellowstone aficionados alike The Guide to Yellowstone Waterfalls and Their Discovery is a landmark work, combining natural and human histories with unbelievably rare geographical discoveries. Buy this book now
Fly Fisher's Guide to Idaho Fly Fisher's Guide to Idaho by Ken Retallic, Rocky Barker
This comprehensive guide gives a complete description of each species of trout, salmon, and bass available in Idaho. Includes: Over forty rivers, detailed river maps showing access points, mileage, and campsites, stream data on each river including seasons, special regulations, trout, river miles, river character, water flows, access, hatches, insect patterns, as well as tips and techniques for fishing, accommodations, restaurants, fly tackle shops, outfitters, private waters, airports, rental cars, and hospitals. This is the only book you will need to plan a successful fly fishing trip in Idaho!
Big Game Hunter's Guide to Idaho Big Game Hunter's Guide to Idaho by Ron Spume
From the northern forests to the desert regions of the south, hunters can find trophy elk, mule deer, whitetails, pronghorn, moose, mountain lion, black bear, bighorn sheep, and mountain goatsoften on public land. Thorough information on each animal is accompanied by accurate distribution maps and hunting tips. Travel information, guides and outfitters, applying for licenses, and much more are covered in this excellent guide.
Montana & Idaho's Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide Montana & Idaho's Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide by Lynna Pure Howard, Leland Howard (Photographer)
The Continental Divide Trail in Idaho at the western border of Yellowstone National Park 900 miles to the Canadian border. Chock full of information, this guide will be of immense value to anyone wishing to undertake the journey along the CD Trail. Lynne and Leland not only cover the basics that all hikers and backpackers should know, but share a lot of fascinating knowledge of the region's geography, geology, weather, history, and ecological niches. There is even a very comprehensive section on Bear Avoidance (notably for grizzly encounters, but applicable to black bears, too), and what to do in case you are unable to avoid a bear. Be sure to read this section if you plan on being anywhere near any of the grizzly corridors!
Along Montana & Idaho's Continental Divide Trail Along Montana & Idaho's Continental Divide Trail
by Leland Howard (Photographer), Lynna Howard  
Nearly 1,000 miles of rugged scenery along the Continental Divide Trail link Yellowstone National Park to the border of Canada--and the story of that trek is exhilarating. Leland Howard's photographic tribute to this beautiful part of the Continental Divide, combined with Lynna Howard's reflective and insightful account of their experiences along the trail itself, lead the reader into parts of the country that remain for the most part wild and unexplored. Buy this book now
Idaho: A Climbing Guide Idaho: A Climbing Guide by Tom Lopez

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