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Best Easy Day Hikes: Glacier and Waterton Lakes
by Erik Molvar
May 1998, Paperback, 80 pages, (guidebook)
Fishing Glacier National Park
by Russ Schneider
June , (guidebook)
Information on 64 bodies of water in the park and on the North and Middle Forks of the Flathead River where you'll find kokanee salmon, mountain and lake whitefish, arctic grayling, and trout-lake, brook, rainbow, and cutthroat.
Glacier National Park and Waterton Lakes National Park: A
Complete Recreation Guide
by Vicky Spring, Tom Kirkendall
March 1994, Mountaineers Book, 1st edition, Paperback, 255 pages, (guidebook)
Glacier National Park: A Natural History Guide
by David Rockwell
Glacier: Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
by George Robinson, Jeff Nicholas (Editor), Nicky Leach (Editor)
Spectacular color photography and beautifully written essays.
Glacier's Secrets: Above the Clouds & Beyond the Trails
by George Ostrom
June 1997, Paperback, non-fiction)
Hiking Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks
by Erik Molvar
June 1999, Paperback, 222 pages, (guidebook)
850 miles of every trail in both parks, taking hikers to glistening glaciers, scenic lookouts, peaceful lakes, and remote wilderness.
The Insiders' Guide to Glacier: Including Flathead Valley and Waterton
Lakes National Park
by Eileen Gallagher, Frank Meile, Mary Pat Murphy, Rima Nickell, Susan Olin
June 1999, Paperback, 498 pages, (guidebook)
A complete guide to Montana's Glacier Country, including Glacier National Park, Flathead Valley, Kalispell, Whitefish and Columbia Falls. An extensive daytrips chapter covers Waterton National Park.
Logan Pass: A Visitor's Guide to the Logan Pass Area of Glacier National
by Jerry De Santo
Glacier National Park, 6th Edition (Moon Handbooks)
by Becky Lomax
paperback 352 pages
Get an insider's perspective on hiking the park's trails, unique trip strategies, a wildlife watching tour, a one day Glacier tour, biking up Going-to-the-Sun Road and wildlife viewing. Photographs and maps are included in this guide.
Spotlight Glacier National Park Camping
by Becky Lomax
paperback, 120 pages
This compact guide covers the region's best campsites. Each camp listing has at-a-glance icons that indicate nearby trails, activities, hot springs and which campsites and trails allow dogs. Also included are easy-to-follow maps and clear driving directions.
The White Death: Tragedy and Heroism in an Avalanche Zone
by McKay Jenkins
February 2000, Hardcover, 228 pages, (non-fiction)
The book's emotional centerpiece is the tragic story of an avalanche that roared down Mount Cleveland in Glacier National Park, where five young climbers set out to scale the treacherous North Face. The author artfully weaves into this narrative rich accounts of avalanche history, snow science, mountain rescue, mountain folklore and cultural history.
A Woman's Way West: In & Around Glacier National Park from 1925 to 1990
by John Fraley
July 1998, Paperback, (biography)
In honor of his wife Dana's great-aunt, Doris Huffine, John Fraley has given us a compelling biography, from Doris' birth in Iowa, 1901, to work in Glacier Park, 1925, to her death in Flathead County, 1990. It is a story of grizzlies, mountain hikes, hard work and hardy people hooked on the spirit of powerful waters and massive mountains.
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