This e-guide bundle gives you a more than 20% discount on three popular e-guides to classic national park backpacking trips—a combined $51.85 value:
“The Complete Guide to Backpacking the Teton Crest Trail in Grand Teton National Park” describes the best itinerary and several variations, ranging from 35 to 39 miles, for incomparable views of the Teton Range (photo above), gorgeous campsites, wildflowers, mountain lakes, and a chance of seeing moose, elk, and black bears.
“The Complete Guide to Backpacking the Wonderland Trail in Mount Rainier National Park” describes a nine-day, 90.3-mile itinerary featuring countless waterfalls and wildflower meadows, frothing rivers gray with “glacial flour,” mountain goats and other wildlife—and Mount Rainier repeatedly filling the horizon at an unbelievable scale.
“The Best Backpacking Trip in Glacier National Park” describes a 65-mile loop that hits much of Glacier’s best scenery, including the entire Highline Trail, Many Glacier, Piegan Pass and Stoney Indian Pass, and the Ptarmigan Tunnel—with common sightings of mountain goats, bighorn sheep, moose, and possibly black and grizzly bears.
Watch the videos below and see many photos in my stories “5 Reasons You Must Backpack Mount Rainier’s Wonderland Trail” and “5 Reasons You Must Backpack the Teton Crest Trail” (which are free for anyone to read), “American Gem: Backpacking Mount Rainier’s Wonderland Trail,” “A Wonderful Obsession: Backpacking the Teton Crest Trail,” and “Descending the Food Chain: Backpacking Glacier National Park’s Northern Loop” (which require a subscription to read in full).
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Looking for the complete Yosemite backpacking trip? This 74-mile hike south of Tuolumne Meadows hits iconic, must-see features in Yosemite’s backcountry as well as some of its most remote and lonely wilderness.
I felt dubious when a backcountry ranger who’s hiked every mile of trail in the Grand Canyon told me this is the park’s best backpacking trip. After all, there isn’t a mediocre hike in the canyon. Then I backpacked this route and found out he was right.
Continental Divide Trail thru-hikers widely agree: The CDT through Glacier National Park is one of the trail’s very best sections. This guide to backpacking a 94-mile traverse through Glacier lays out a customized route.