New October 2020
Inside you'll find coverage of all 62 national parks along with strategic itineraries organized by region and by activity. Trip planning details include how to take a national parks road trip, with advice on how to link the parks together and interesting stops between them. You'll also discover the top outdoor adventures for hikers, bikers, climbers, kayakers, whitewater rafters, and more, plus expert advice on how to beat the crowds, best times of year to visit, nearby attractions, and where to stay in and around each park. Find practical tips and background information on weather, terrain, wildlife, history, and health and safety precautions. Know before you go information spells out fees, passes, and reservations, including how to obtain and use a National Parks Pass. Gorgeous, full-color photos are throughout, plus a handy keepsake section for your national parks stamps and a foldout poster map
New May 2021
This first title of a new Moon Travel Guides series targets visitors who want short park trips. Itineraries and activities offer the best of what to experience in one to three days. Readers can pluck up the top-notch places to watch wildlife, hike, bike, and take scenic drives. This photo-heavy book gives snippets of what you can see, and a fold-out map of both parks is tucked in the back cover.
New March 2021
Glacier National Park, now in its sixth edition, consistently ranks high as one of the best all-inclusive travel books for Glacier. You’ll find where to spot a glacier, spy grizzly bears, swim with icebergs, cast lines for native trout, smother taste buds with huckleberry pie, ride horseback, and run your fingers over some of North America’s oldest rock formations. Organized around how visitors use the park, the book connects recreation, lodging, and logistics for each region. With lodging, camping, and dining recommended for each area, visitors can plan day trips or set up base camps for one night to a week. Because of grizzlies, the book also includes how to camp, fish, and hike where humans are not top on the food chain.
New May 2020
Welcome the land of fire and ice. Moon Yellowstone and Grand Teton shows you what you need to know to plan the perfect trip for you. Explore the geysers and vivid cauldrons of acid and water created by the supervolcano hidden under the mountainous greenery and alien beauty of Yellowstone National Park, and marvel at the mountainous spires of the Rockies and the glacier-smoothed lakes and canyons of Grand Teton National Park. Along with trip ideas like “One Day in Yellowstone” and “Winter Fun”, the book includes suggestions for the best places to spot elk, bison, bears, and wolves, and tips on which hikes have the most stunning views.