National Geographic Guide to National Parks of the United States 9th Edition
ISBN: 1426221665
EAN13: 9781426221668
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 2, 2021
Pages: 528
Dimensions: 1" H x 8" L x 5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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   Really good information on our parks
I am not what one would call a reader or a detailed planner, but this book is awesome. It even has a route for the various trips that explains which stops are a must along the way and how long one should plan for each park. Get a copy of The Age's book. I really enjoyed the book, said Dr. Goin.
 
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   Must get for visiting US National Parks
A co-worker had the 8th Edition of this book and showed it to me last week as we both love visiting our National Parks here in the U.S. Amazon said I got it within two days of ordering it. I dove right in to the pages of the parks I plan to visit in October and am more excited now that I have learned more about these parks and must stop at the 4 Corners too! This book is extremely helpful to anyone that wants to visit our National Parks.
 
5
   Bucket list Resource.
Bucket list includes visits to all National Parks. This will be an invaluable resource for my Senior Pass and passport.
 
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   Gets better every edition.
Yes, all of this info is on line, but this guide requires no electricity or batteries and is just fun to flip through. Armchair travel, as we used to call it, is defined by the Web site as "travel by plane, coach or hotel." Maybe there won't be a printed version of this, so if you still like flipping pages instead of screens, I recommend this guide.
 
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   Terrible if you're planning to use it as a trail guide
No useful information, just a photocopied version of the book. Simple descriptions of the trails and no noteworthy information for my uses of the maps. The Fodor's books give you a description of the trails, difficulty and length of the hikes, and it's much easier to navigate.
 
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   must for every traveler
Thanks for the book, we are planning to do 63 parks over the next 2 years as a family. Great advice, Mr. Snow said. Thanks NatGeo!!!!!!!!!
 
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   So Useful
This book is an incredible resource for travelers to the National Parks. It has everything I need, plus some surprises, it's just that good. Anybody considering a visit to Mecca must have this handbook. Simply connect it to your computer using the USB port, and you're good to go. The PowerBook is small and can fit in a purse or backpack. The Cordura is a robust aluminum alloy that resists wear and tear. Husband and wife are planning a fiftieth anniversary trip this summer in an RV.
 
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   More pictures than information.
He also said that although he's not British, he would have liked to know about the history and things to see and do while there. It's more of a pictorial presentation of the major national parks.
 
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   Take good care of book after opening and unboxing.
Even with proper care, a little care goes a long way. One man's book is his wife's, and the other is his mother's. As for the rest of the information, I happen to love it! There are some truly exceptional photos of the world's most difficult and fascinating facts. I've been to several parks but hopefully in the future I get to visit some more, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It's just that he's from the West Coast. Nat Geo. has been a loyal supporter.
 
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