Wildlife, wilderness, and solitude- all can be found in Yellowstone National Park, and Don Pitcher's Moon Handbooks Yellowstone-Grand Teton eases travellers' search to find them. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, encompassing Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks, offers an impressive array of habitats- from plains and valley, lakes and rivers to high peaks and steaming vents in the Earth. Both parks are flooded with visitors during the summer months, and smart planning is crucial to an enjoyable trip to this magnificent region. Moon Handbooks Yellowstone-Grand Teton offers extensive coverage of accommodations and campgrounds in the parks and in the gateway towns-including Cody, Jackson, and West Yellowstone; dining and entertainment options; best bests for recreational opportunities, including hiking, backcountry camping, fishing, winter sports, and much more. Author Don Pitcher's coverage of the geological, flora, fauna, and human histories of the region- from Native inhabitants and the mountain men to the politician's who created the parks-provide a detailed back-story to this most treasured piece of American soil. Comprehensive, insightful, and resourceful, Moon Handbooks Yellowstone-Grand Teton is a must-have for any vacation planning.