YELLOWSTONE TREASURES: Accompanying travelers to the Park since 2002

Precipitation in Yellowstone—but not at the best time

Although the Beartooth Highway and Dunraven Pass opened on time yesterday (May 22), cold and Read more

Wonderfully clear and sensible statement about the Yellowstone volcano

Thanks to the USGS and probably attributable to Jacob Lowenstern, this month we have a Read more

Historic Yellowstone buses you can ride

For me, guidebook editor Beth Chapple, last month was the month of the Yellowstone bus. Read more

Yellowstone Wallet Alert!

Like most everything worthwhile in our world, visiting Yellowstone—and the Tetons—will take more out of Read more

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When to go: Seasons

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Yellowstone Treasures: The Traveler’s Companion to the National Park, updated fourth edition, paperback

Yellowstone Treasures, three ebook formats

Visiting Geyserland, three ebook formats

Yellowstone, Land of Wonders, hard cover and for Kindle

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Customer, 5-star review, December 6, 2014
I've been to Yellowstone 12 times, thought I knew the park pretty well till I read this book. Looking forward to going back and taking some of the hikes listed here. Great info, easy read. Highly recommend to anyone going to Yellowstone.
Eric S. Anderson, 5-star review, Dec. 24, 2014
I got the Kindle edition (if only the rest of the reference tools had this option !). . . . The meat of the work is the Road Logs and Destinations giving a mile by mile, attraction by attraction passage de park. Some of the descriptions go on for more than a page often highlighting the geology or history of a location. . . . Natural and Human History is a fairly thorough overview of the Geology, a Chronology Since 1800 and Living Things: a Yellowstone Sampler. The later describes from microbes to bears and a ton of flowers to be encountered. Travel Tips is alphabetically arranged from accessibility to winter visits. There is also a a wonderful bibliography that is a gold mine. It led me to many of the older works I was totally unaware. Perhaps something a librarian would worry about, but the Index is awesome.
rwelsh1,, September 3, 2013
Excellent detailed book on Yellowstone sites. Tells exactly where to go to see specific sites.
Jeff, 5-star review, September 5, 2013
Glad I bought it. High quality maps. Very informative. I was planning a trip to Yellowstone and this is just the ticket.
Anonymous, via e-mail, May 2011
I was overwhelmed trying to piece together an itinerary until I bought your book. Read more...
David Ellis, via e-mail, December 14, 2010
Your book Yellowstone Treasures was with us constantly. Glenda would read the next milestone while I did the driving. Read more...
Angie Janetos, Plainfield, Ilinois, July 13, 2010
We stood for a very long time at Barnes and Noble, looking at several guidebooks on Yellowstone and thankfully chose Janet’s book. Read more...
Just returned from my first real trip to Yellowstone (my first was a one day trip almost 40 years ago) and Janet's book was my bible for this trip. Read more...
SH, Seattle, Washington, October 25, 2011
This book was super helpful on our trip to Yellowstone. We had never been and only had a few days to spend there. Read more...
Rialena, Total Yellowstone chat page, December 28, 2004
Janet Chapple's book lets you set up your own tour and I consider it the bible of Yellowstone. Read more...