This e-guide bundle gives you a 20% discount on three popular e-guides to classic national park backpacking trips—a combined $49.85 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, 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 (top photo).
“The Best Backpacking Trip in Yosemite” describes a 74-mile hike south of Tuolumne Meadows that hits must-see highlights like Clouds Rest and Half Dome, 594-foot-tall Nevada Fall, the mind-boggling landscapes of Tuolumne, Vogelsang, and Tenaya Lake, and 11,500-foot Red Peak Pass—the highest pass reached by a trail in Yosemite.
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 “Best of Yosemite, Part 1: Backpacking South of Tuolumne Meadows” (which require a subscription to read in full).
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Possessing national park-caliber scenery without the crowds and competition for permits, this 36-mile hike through the heart of Idaho's Sawtooth Mountains will take you on a grand tour of some of the very finest mountain lakes in the Sawtooths, hiking below numerous long, jagged ridgelines and across four mountain passes over 9,000 feet.
This e-guide bundle gives you a 20% discount on two bestselling e-guides, a combined $29.90 value: “The Best First Backpacking Trip in Yosemite” describes a beginner-friendly, 37.2-mile loop from Yosemite Valley that hits famous highlights, including the Mist Trail past 317-foot Vernal Fall and 594-foot Nevada Fall, a section of the John Muir Trail, the cable route up Half Dome…
With vertiginous cliffs and peaks, numerous waterfalls and cascades, crack-riddled glaciers plastering mountainsides, and raw wilderness where a range of wildlife long gone from most of the continent thrives in shocking abundance, Glacier National Park embodies the highest aspirations of backpackers.