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Granite Park Chalet Bike and Hike 2019

With Going-to-the Sun Road in Glacier National Park closed to cars, but open to bikes, we got a little creative and hiked up to Granite Park Chalet after biking to the Loop. We found a stunning array of wildflowers while birds serenaded us up into the alpine landscape. It was a Saturday morning so we[…]

Numa Ridge Lookout – Spring 2019

May in Glacier National Park doesn’t have many opportunities to get into the higher elevation. Numa Ridge Lookout is one glorious exception. Kristen and I were able to hike all the way up to the lookout with snow just near the top. We were treated to flowers, birds, and epic views. The forecast for the[…]

Lower Yosemite Fall

Yosemite Falls cascades from the tall walls of Yosemite Valley in three different phases. While Upper Yosemite Fall is a tougher hike and the Middle Cascades are inaccessible, the dramatic and popular Lower Yosemite Fall is easily accessed through an easy, wooded path. Let’s just get this out of the way, Lower Yosemite Fall is[…]

Grinnell Lake – Spring 2019

As part of Glacier National Park’s Harlequin Duck project, a few of us headed over to the east side of the park to look for Harlequin Ducks. Sean (one of the park’s wildlife techs) and I went up to Grinnell Lake in the Many Glacier area of the park. While we didn’t find any Harlequins,[…]

Bridalveil Fall

Waterfalls can vary wildly from month to month, and even season to season. Yosemite National Park is home to a host of incredible waterfalls and Bridalveil Fall is part of this collection of wonders. I went to Yosemite National Park in June of 2015 to a waterfall that was the lightest of veils, then again[…]

Table Mountain

Table Mountain boasts incredible views of the Grand Tetons. It’s summit sits on the boundary of the Jedediah Smith Wilderness and Grand Teton National Park, but the trail itself comes in from the Idaho side and is entirely in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness area. Regardless, for fans of Grand Teton National Park, it’s a hike[…]

Reviews

  • Day Hikes of Glacier National Park Map Guide ($11.95)
    reviewed by Joy


    My husband and I visited Glacier National Park in both 2016 and 2017. I had ordered the Day Hikes map guide on GNP and it was absolutely the best resource for planning our visit. We are in our 60's and have recently taken up hiking in various locations and I wish Jake would do more guides in the US ! I also have recently ordered the guide maps for Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons and Zion National Park which we will be visiting the next couple of years. The product is very thorough and we can easily plan the hikes, knowing what to expect and helping us plan the best hike for what we will accomplish each day. The durability of the product is remarkable, having lasted through 2 separate vacations. Thanks, Jake for such a great product.

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  • Day Hikes of Yellowstone National Park Map Guide ($11.95)
    reviewed by Melanie


    I bought this map and when Jake's map of the Grand Tetons came out, I ordered that one, too. As others have indicated, this map is incredibly informative and easy to use. I bought numerous books in anticipation of our trip to Yellowstone and the Tetons. In addition to the books I purchased, I have Pinterest boards, and OneNote notebooks full of information. Turns out, I can ditch all of that stuff and just use Jake's maps. I couldn't be happier. I HIGHLY recommend these maps!

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  • Day Hikes of Grand Teton National Park Map Guide ($11.95)
    reviewed by Melanie


    I bought this map along with the Day Hikes of Yellowstone National Park Map Guide for an upcoming trip and I couldn't be happier. These maps, along with Jake's hike reviews on YouTube, have helped me tremendously in the planning of our trip. I have purchased a handful of other guide books for the area, but these maps are going to be my go to resources while in GTNP and Yellowstone. I particularly appreciate that each hike has a description, they are color coded by area, organized by distance, and of course, ranked in order of Jake's recommendations. All of this info on a map that takes up very little room in my daypack. Jake, thank you very much for putting these maps together. I truly appreciate the effort that went into making them and I feel much more prepared for our trip because of them.

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  • Day Hikes of Glacier National Park Map Guide ($11.95)
    reviewed by David Johannes


    Great map. Guidance is spot on and nice to have an insiders view. Would highly recommend it. The combo pack that includes the going to the sun ROAD tips is worth the extra as well. Glacier is truly one of the top parks in the US. Looking forward to a more time there.

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  • Going-to-the-Sun Road Driving Guide ($9.95)
    reviewed by Roger Chesser


    There is a lot of information available about the Going-to-the-Sun Road and yet very little on the actual pull outs and their locations. This map fills that void. Other sources give you basic location but this guide gives you actual mileage distances. It contains great descriptions of all the sites, not just the major stops. Fantastic!

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  • Going-to-the-Sun Road Driving Guide ($9.95)
    reviewed by Beth Angermeier


    I can't tell you how many times I've consulted this map - not just while I'm in the Park, but many times when I'm at home and identifying locations in photographs I have taken. It's sturdy, easy on the eyes, and a valuable tool for any visitor to Glacier National Park.

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