Includes our North to Alaska Road Trip series, Denali National Park, and Gates of the Arctic National Park.
Canyon Country Guide to Anasazi Indian Ruins
Guide to major Anasazi-related sites in Canyon Country accessible to the public.
Northern Arizona Travel Guide
Travel guide to popular attractions, such as Oak Creek Canyon, historic Route 66, the Painted Desert, Grand Canyon National Park, Monument Valley, Hoover Dam, Lake Powell, Prescott and Sedona, Arizona.
Southern Arizona Travel Guide
Travel guide for the southern half of Arizona, ranging from the Mogollon Rim in central Arizona south to the Mexican border. Extensive coverage of the metropolitan Phoenix and Tucson areas. Other attractions include Mogollon Rim country, Arizona’s White Mountains, the Apache Trail, the Coronado Trail, Tombstone, the Chiricahuas, Kartchner Caverns, and many others.
New Best Places in the West Guide
Our New Best in the West Guide takes a more organized look at some of the west’s greatest places.
Top Fifty Best Places in the American West
Our original “Best in the West” guide provided a random, eclectic, and entertaining selection of the “best” and “most” places in the west.
Bryce Canyon Travel Guide
Bryce Canyon National Park offers many easy touring options. Most of the park’s major attractions and well-known hiking trails are within five miles of the park entrance in the area known as Bryce Amphitheater.
California Central Coast Travel Guide
Resource for the magnificent California coast from Santa Barbara through San Luis Obispo County to Monterey and Carmel. Includes the famous Big Sur Coast Highway section of the Pacific Coast Highway (California Highway 1). County by county coverage includes points of interest, state parks and beaches, hiking trails, wine country, and old Spanish missions. The guide includes many photos and 14 pages of information.
California North Coast (Bay Area) Travel Guide
Resource for the California coast north of San Francisco. Features a wealth of scenic beauty, recreational opportunities, historical sites, and cultural sites. The two largest park units on the north coast are the Marin Headlands unit of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Point Reyes National Seashore. Ideal for Bay Area visitors.
Canyonlands and Four Corners Travel Guide
Travel guide covers the diverse Southwest region where the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah meet. Includes Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Monument Valley. Also, the rugged San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado and its highlight, the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Features cliff dwellings and other artifacts of the Ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) people at world-famous Mesa Verde National Park and other sites.
Colorado/Montana Destinations – Northern Rockies Travel Guide
Travel guide to popular attractions in Colorado and Montana including Rocky Mountain National Park, Glacier National Park, and Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument.
Southwest Colorado Destinations – Canyonlands and Four Corners Travel Guide
Features the famous Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and the Million Dollar Highway, part of the renowned San Juan Skyway. Also covered is the Grand Mesa Scenic and Historic Byway. Towns covered include Silverton, Ouray, and the popular ski resort of Telluride. National sites include Colorado National Monument and Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.
Death Valley Area Travel Guide
Incorporated within the Las Vegas Area Travel Guide, this guide provides a list of attractions and activities in Death Valley National Park and nearby areas including the Mojave National Preserve, the ghost towns of Rhyolite and Goldfield, and more.
Glacier National Park – Waterton Lakes National Park
Resource for those planning to tour Glacier National Park and/or Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park. Located respectively in northern Montana and southern Alberta the adjacent national parks are typically visited at the same time and offer some of North America’s most spectacular mountain ranges and most beautiful lakes. In 1932, the United States and Canada designated these two national parks together as the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, a symbol of their longtime peace and friendship. Both parks offer outstanding opportunities to view wildlife and a wide variety of recreational activities.
Glacier National Park Articles
Explore things to see and do in Montana’s Glacier National Park. Includes beautiful Lake McDonald, the Many Glacier region, Swiftcurrent Pass Trail, Avalanche and Iceberg Lake.
Grand Canyon Area Travel Guide
Resource for those planning to visit Grand Canyon National Park and other locations in and around the Grand Canyon and Northern Arizona. The area features diverse outdoor recreation and some of the world’s most spectacular sightseeing. Coverage includes North Rim, South Rim, Inner Canyon, Toroweap, Havasu Canyon, Grand Canyon West, and Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Grand Canyon National Park Articles
Explore things to see and do in Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park. Includes hiking the Jumpup, Kanab, and Deer Creek Canyon Loop, Tuckup Canyon, Shamans’ Gallery, and hiking The Corridor Trails.
Grand Teton National Park Travel Guide
Resource for those planning to tour Grand Teton National Park. Grand Teton National Park lies in northwest Wyoming immediately to the south of Yellowstone National Park. The park features one of the world’s most spectacular mountain chains, the Teton Range. Offers outstanding opportunities to view wildlife and a wide variety of recreational activities.
Historic Route 66
Historic Route 66 Through California’s Mojave Desert, from Ludlow to Amboy to Goffs, California; Northwest Arizona, from Topock to Kingman to Ash Fork; with Historic Route 66 Personal Remembrances, Then and Now.
Lake Powell Travel Guide – Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Travel guide offering destination information, related links, and scenic photos for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell in Arizona & Utah.
Las Vegas Area Travel Guide
Travel guide to popular outdoor attractions for visitors to Las Vegas. Includes nearby places such as Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Valley of Fire State Park, Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area, and Mt. Charleston. Also, locales in Arizona (including Grand Canyon), Utah (Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks), and California (Death Valley National Park). Also, provides a selection of notable attractions and activities in the City of Las Vegas, as well as a description of the major resorts on the Strip.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Guide offering destination and touring information, and scenic photos for Monument Valley.
Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness
Trail Guides, Narratives and Maps for Paria Canyon, Buckskin Gulch, Coyote Buttes North including the Wave, and Coyote Buttes South
Sedona & Oak Creek Canyon Travel Guide
The Sedona-Oak Creek Travel Guide is a resource for those planning to tour the famed Red Rock Country of northern Arizona. This guide includes coverage of Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, Prescott, and the Verde Valley including the historic town of Jerome. The area features diverse outdoor recreation, spectacular sightseeing, shopping and culture, Indian ruins, historic sites, even wine tasting.
South Dakota, Black Hills, Badlands, & Mount Rushmore – Northern Rockies Travel Guide
Travel guide to popular attractions in South Dakota featuring Mount Rushmore, the Black Hills of South Dakota, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, and Wind Cave National Park.
Southern Utah Travel Guide
Travel guide to popular attractions in Southern Utah, featuring Utah’s famed scenic byway, Highway-12, and the state’s newest park, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Includes Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks, the Burr Trail, Hole-in-the-Rock, and the Canyons of the Escalante River.
Yellowstone National Park Travel Guide
Resource for those planning to tour Yellowstone National Park. Located in northwest Wyoming, Yellowstone, the world’s first national park, offers the world’s largest concentration of thermal features such as geysers and hot pools. Offers outstanding opportunities to view wildlife and a wide variety of recreational activities.
Hiking the Zion Narrows, the Ultimate Slot Canyon, Utah
Zion National Park’s most amazing canyon, the Zion Narrows, features vertical walls soaring thousands of feet above the Virgin River, sometimes less than thirty feet apart. There is no road, no trail. You must wade the river to see this fantastic sight. A wonderful hiking challenge! Beginners and non-hikers can get a taste of it at the Gateway to the Narrows. This feature includes an overview, hiking narrative, and hiker’s guide.