Item description for The Ultimate Wyoming Atlas and Travel Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition by Michael Dougherty...
Inside this book you ll find: 129 maps, Over 1,100 restaurants, Over 550 motels, Every public and private campground, Over 200 guest ranches and resorts, Over 130 bed and breakfasts, Vacation homes and cabins, Over 200 outfitters and guides, Airports, More than 270 fisheries, Hundreds of National Trail points of interest, 49 public golf courses, Hundreds of museums and historical sites, Over 600 historical markers, Hot springs, Hikes, Over 65 scenic drives and sidetrips, More than 50 ghost towns, Downhill and cross-country ski areas, Gas stops, Hundreds of attractions, More than 1,000 photographs, Weather information for over 60 locations, Information on every city and town, Thousands of things to do, Thousands of addresses and phone numbers
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.5" Height: 1.2" Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2007
Publisher Riverbend Publishing
ISBN 1931832846 ISBN13 9781931832847
Availability 0 units.
More About Michael Dougherty
Michael Dougherty has an academic affiliation as follows - Ohio Dominican University.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Ultimate Wyoming Atlas and Travel Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition?
Wyoming Why? Aug 23, 2007
Bought this book for a recent trip from Boulder, CO to Yellowstone. Thought I would want to find something to look at along the way. There is nothing there.
Ok, almost nothing. There was a nice Thai restaurant in Rawlins, which we found by driving around in Rawlins, but that is pretty much it between the entrance to Grand Teton park and the Colorado border.
The Grand Tetons, Jackson, and Yellowstone are great. The red rock vistas are pretty. But there is nothing worth seeing on the way.
So, if you are visiting those parks in the west, get some books on those, but don't bother with this.
Good Resource for travelers Nov 3, 2006
This book is filled with lots of information that will be useful to our many visitors.
The only guide to Wyoming you'll need Apr 10, 2006
I shall be visiting Wyoming later this year, and this book (and its accompanying website) has proved to be invaluable in planning my trip. Everything you'll ever need to know about the state is here - maps, accommodation, restaurants, shopping and much more. I particularly like the detailed histories of the various Wyoming towns that are included - not something that you'll find in the usual guide books. I'd definitely recommend this book to anybody planning to visit Wyoming, and even if you're not planning a visit but are just interested in the state it is still well worth reading.
A Very Helpful Travel Guide Mar 4, 2006
This book has all the information you could possibly need if you were travelling to Wyoming and my husband is thrilled we bought it. The maps inside are great, but since we prefer the larger ones, we will get them for free from the Wyoming visitor's bureau. If you're travelling to Wyoming, this is a definite must have and a one-stop source for all your information and travel needs.
ultimate wyoming atlas and travel encyclopedia Mar 3, 2006
This book does have a lot of information. I was hoping to find out what each town was like today, not back in the 1800's. I was interested in finding out what each town offered as far as shopping, schools, hospitals, etc... Instead it is more of a history lesson.