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Flyfisher s Guide to Wyoming: Including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides)
Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming: Including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides)
by Ken Retallic
Paperback from Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 1932098100

This book covers all of the major fly fishing rivers, including the Snake, Green, Shoshone, Popo Agie, New Fork, Clark s Fork of the Yellowstone, Wind, Salt, Hoback, Gros Ventre, Encampment, North Platte, and more. There is a special section on the famous flyfishing waters of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton Park. The famous Yellowstone, Lamar, Slough Creek, Madison, Firehole, Gibbon, Upper Snake, Gallatin, Fall, and Bechler Rivers are covered. There are over 70 detailed maps of the waters, along with hatch charts, recommended flies, and how and when to fish these waters. There are listings for guides, fly shops, motels, and campgrounds. This is the ideal book to plan your flyfishing trip to Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park.
 
Black 14: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Wyoming Football
Black 14: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Wyoming Football
by Ryan Thorburn
Paperback from Burning Daylight
ISBN: 0977731898

In the 1960s one of the strongest voices was that of the black athlete. Not at the University of Wyoming. The only colors that mattered here in '69 were brown and gold, and the only issue worth paying attention to was Cowboy football. Wyoming's 14 black players wanted to wear black armbands during the upcoming game against Brigham Young University to protest the policies of the Mormon Church, which did not allow blacks to enter into the priesthood. The head coach Lloyd Eaton gave them the boot. And everything about Cowboys football changed forever.
 
Hiking Wyoming s Medicine Bow National Forest - Third Edition
Hiking Wyoming's Medicine Bow National Forest - Third Edition
by Marc Smith
Paperback from Open Space Publications
ISBN: 0974090042

The Medicine Bow National Forest encompasses several major mountain ranges-each with its own distinct characteristics. From the soaring peaks and wild canyons to the placid forests and rolling foothills, there are hundreds of miles of trails to follow. Packed with information for over 80 trails, the Third Edition of Hiking Wyoming's Medicine Bow National Forest makes the perfect trail companion. Detailed trail descriptions are complemented with maps, elevation profiles, and photographs. You'll also find information on area history, wildlife, plants, and backcountry saftey. With this freshly revised and up-to-date edition, you'll find the perfect trail for your activity. Whether you are looking for an easy stroll in the woods, a challenging backpacking trip, a quiet picnic outing, or a day of fishing or hunting, this guidebook will lead the way.
 
Moon Montana, Wyoming and Idaho Camping: Including Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier National Parks (Moon Outdoors)
Moon Montana, Wyoming & Idaho Camping: Including Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier National Parks (Moon Outdoors)
by Becky Lomax
Paperback from Avalon Travel Publishing
ISBN: 1598803735
Outdoor writer-photographer Becky Lomax uses her experience as a skier, hiker, kayaker, and bicycler to capture the adventures of camping in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Lomax provides insight on the picturesque Glacier National Park, the incredible wildlife of Northwest Montana, and the high winds that characterize the Rocky Mountain Front. Moon Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho Camping is packed with information on national forests and parks, recreation areas, and backcountry sites. Complete with details on what to pack, what to wear, reservations and fees, and the best camping facilities, Moon Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho Camping gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable camping experience.
 
Wyoming s Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide
Wyoming's Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide

Paperback from Westcliffe Publishers
ISBN: 1565793323

The 600 miles of the Wyoming Continental Divide Trail passes through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the state. This guidebook offers comprehensive and essential information for hiking the Wyoming portion of the Continental Divide Trail. Lora Davis' entertaining and evocative text, along with Scott Smith's creative and pristine photographs, provide the reader with an account of the adventures awaiting the wilderness explorer. For day hikers, overnight campers, or backpackers, this book is essential for anyone who wishes to experience the vast, complex trail that winds through Wyoming's remote and stunning landscape.

 
Hiking the Great Northwest: The 55 Greatest Trails in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, British Columbia, Canadian Rockies, and Norther
Hiking the Great Northwest: The 55 Greatest Trails in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, British Columbia, Canadian Rockies, and Norther
by Ara Spring, Ira Spring, Harvey Manning
Paperback from Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 0898865913

Showcasing the best of the spectacular, unspoiled Northwest, this selection of hikes promises the finest the Northwest has to offer. Completely updated, this second edition guides dayhikers and backpackers to vistas of unmatched beauty. With new color photos.
 
Lander Sport Climbs
Lander Sport Climbs
by Steve Bechtel
Paperback from First Ascent Press, LLC
ISBN: 1933009063

A Climber's Guide Featuring Wild Iris, Sinks Canyon and More. Surrounded by miles of weathered, ash-white Bighorn Dolomite and Wind River Granite, the relaxed mountain town of Lander, WY averages more than 330 comfortable climbing days per year and has become a legendary destination for climbers from around the world. Whether you are seeking out some of the most famous 5.13 and 5.14 climbs in America to finding the classic 9s and 10s, Lander Sport Climbs is your essential guide. Written by one of Wyoming s leading climbers for over two decades, Lander Sport Climbs describes nearly 700 routes including the Wild Iris, Sinks Canyon, Baldwin Creek & more. Volume 1 in the Cowboy Rock series of Wyoming climbing guides by award-winning First Ascent Press.

 
Biography of a Bird Dog, A Labrador Retriever in Wyoming
by Garry Wallace
Listed under Labrador Retrievers

Teton Classics, 2nd: 50 Selected Climbs in Grand Teton National Park
by Richard Rossiter
Paperback from Falcon
1994

Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming
by Ken Retallic
Listed under Fishing Wyoming

A Climber's Guide to the Teton Range (3rd Edition)
by Leigh N. Ortenburger, Reynold G. Jackson
Paperback from Mountaineers Books

Classic Rock Climbs No. 19 Fremont Canyon and Dome Rock, Wyoming
by Steve Petro
Paperback from Falcon
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Teewinot: A Year in the Teton Range
by Jack Turner
Hardcover from St. Martin's Press

Hiking Grand Teton National Park
by Bill Schneider
Paperback from Falcon

Mountain Biking Wyoming
by Amber Travsky
Paperback from Falcon

Jackson Hole Ski Guide
by Bob Viola
Paperback from Falcon

Best Easy Day Hikes Yellowstone, 2nd
by Bill Schneider
Paperback from Falcon

Outdoor Family Guide to Yellowstone and Grand Teton
by Lisa Gollin Evans
Paperback from Mountaineers Books

Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Teton
by Bill Schneider
Paperback from Falcon

Hiking Wyoming's Wind River Range
by Ron Adkison
Paperback from Falcon

Wind River Trails: A Hiking and Fishing Guide to the Many Trails and Lakes of the Wind River Range in Wyoming
by Finis Mitchell
Paperback from Univ of Utah Pr (Trd)

Climbing and Hiking in the Wind River Mountains, 2nd
by Joe Kelsey
Paperback from Falcon
1994

Day Hikes in Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, 3rd
by Robert Stone
Paperback from Day Hike Books

Hiking Wyoming (rev)
by Bill Hunger
Paperback from Falcon

Classic Rock Climbs No. 07 Devils Tower/Black Hills: Needles, Wyoming and South
by John Harlin
Paperback from Falcon

Hiking Wyoming's Cloud Peak Wilderness
by Erik Molvar
Paperback from Falcon

Hiking Wyoming's Teton & Washakie Wilderness Areas
by Lee Mercer
Paperback from Falcon

Hiking the Great Northwest: 55 Greatest Trails in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Northern California, British Columbia, and the Canadian Rockies
by Harvey Manning, Vicky Spring, Ira Spring, Vicki Spring, Ara Spring
Paperback from Mountaineers Books

Foghorn Outdoors: Montana, Idaho, & Wyoming Camping: The Complete Guide to more than 1200 Campgrounds
by Judy L. Kinnaman, Bob Race
Paperback from Avalon Travel Publishing

Lander Rock: Rock Climbs of Central Wyoming
by Greg Collins, Vance White
Paperback from Greenleaf Book Group

Hiking Wyoming's Medicine Bow National Forest
by Marc Smith
Paperback from Open Space Publications

Wyoming's Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide (The Continental Divide Trail Series)
by Lora Davis, Scott T. Smith
Paperback from Westcliffe Pub

 
 
 

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