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Order A Digital Edition Of The Essential Park Guide For Spring 2017

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Spring can be one of those iffy seasons in the National Park System. You might run into warm, sunny days with an easy breeze at your back. Or, you could find yourself being pelted by sleet, battered by a stiff wind, with grey clouds scooting by overhead. This 56-page guide will help you get the most out of the parks in spring.
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Rocky Mountain National Park Officials Looking At Improvements To Fall River Entrance

Rocky Mountain National Park officials are looking at options for improving the Fall River Entrance Station, one of two major entrance stations on the east side of the park. The entrance station is located on US 34, just inside the park boundary. The current station was constructed in the 1960s as part of National Park Service Mission 66 enhancements and contributes to the Fall River Entrance Station Historic District.
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Photography In The National Parks: Favorites For Each Season

It goes without saying that everyone has one or more favorite seasons during which they like to visit their favorite national park. Having visited a number of national parks, herself, photographer Rebecca Latson lists her favorites during each season of the year and encourages you to take your cameras out to these parks during those same seasons.
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The Rocky Mountain National Park Reader

This title will be a great addition to libraries of collectors of anthologies of stories and essays from around the National Park System. Through its nearly 280 pages James H. Pickering has masterfully assembled narratives crafted from those who homesteaded the land within today’s park, from naturalists such as Anne Zwinger, Stephen Trimble, SueEllen Campbell, and even from mountain climbers.
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National Parks Traveler's Essential Park Guide