Your Guide to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

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Visited by over 3.5 million people yearly, these National Parks are recognized as both stunning and accessible. Utilizing this distinctive guide, you will be able to: Discover the beauty and grandeur of these parks with over 25 photographic pages that fold out, displaying full-color images of this breathtaking scenery; enjoy the parks to the fullest by utilizing the tips about park exploration, hiking trails, wildlife, unique geological formations, Park services, and more; Learn about the climate, ecology, geology, history, and more for two of America's most popular National Parks.

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Your Guide to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

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SKU M580-8
Manufacturer Master Books
Weight (in lbs) 1.40
Title Your Guide to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks
Subtitle A Different Perspective
Series True North
ISBN 13 9780890515808
Contributors Dennis Bokovoy, John Hergenrather, Michael Oard, Tom Vail
Binding Spiralbound
Page Count 190
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group, LLC
Dimensions (in inches) 7 x 9 x 1/2

Here is your all-in-one guide to these two dynamic parks, filled with all you need to make your visit truly unforgettable!

The vastness and uniqueness of Zion National park and Bryce Canyon National Park create a dramatic backdrop for people of all ages to enjoy. In these two distinct parks one finds a depth of beauty beyond compare.

This unique, full-color guide unveils Gods powerful hand in the grandeur of the vertical walls of Zion, the colorful hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, and all the diversity of life found in these stunning displays of creation. Enjoy the companion book in the True North Series, Your Guide to the Grand Canyon: A Different Perspective.

Visited by over 3.5 million people yearly, these National Parks are recognized as both stunning and accessible. Utilizing this distinctive guide, you will be able to: Discover the beauty and grandeur of these parks with over 25 photographic pages that fold out, displaying full-color images of this breathtaking scenery; enjoy the parks to the fullest by utilizing the tips about park exploration, hiking trails, wildlife, unique geological formations, Park services, and more; Learn about the climate, ecology, geology, history, and more for two of America's most popular National Parks.

Great information
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Super informative book. The pages are packed with interesting facts. Love how the book is set up. Easy to read and understand for all grade ranges. It brings the biblical perspective that most National Park books are missing.
Wonderful guide book
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Lots of great info, definitely was great to have for our trip! Also my kids learned lots of amazing things from this book.
Beautiful Guide Book!
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This is an amazing guide book that immerses the reader in the parks as if they were there experiencing the beauty of God's creation first hand!
Beautiful book!
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We have 3 True North books and love them all! We haven't made it to one of the parks yet but enjoy learning through the books and have used the book to help plan ideas for a big trip!
Must have guide to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks
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Your Guide to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks has a planning section that helps with planning your trip which we as a springboard for planning our vacation to these National Parks. Section Three of the Guide has a plethora of information about how to see the canyons.

As with the Grand Canyon Guide, the Zion and Bryce Canyon Guide is written with a Christian world view. The foreword is written by John D. Morris, the President of the Institute for Creation Research. Instead of seeing everything through evolutionary glasses, the wonders of Zion and Bryce Canyons are seen through Creation glasses.

Section Five begins the journey into the National Parks. Detailed information for each stop allows readers to really understand their location and what they are seeing. Every location includes fast facts (important tidbits for that particular area), elevation, and fold-out pages with pictures and in-depth information. When you're going to through the parks, it's fun to first read these sections and compare them to the evolutionary descriptions at the stops/locations.

The Guide includes information about formation (such as how the Grand Staircase was formed), geology, fossils, ecology, and history. Most sections include a side-by-side comparison between creation and evolutionary viewpoints. The Guide concludes with a list of additional resources and a glossary.

Whether you’re planning to take a trip to Zion and Bryce Canyon or you just want to learn more about these National Parks, Your Guide to Zion and Bryce Canyon will be a great asset in your educational library. We thoroughly enjoyed being able to use this guide not only in planning our trip but also as we went through the parks. It’s always nice to be able to read a guide that is not from an evolutionary viewpoint.

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