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ISBN:0028600568
Author: Michael Frome
ISBN13: 978-0028600567
Title: Frommers National Park Guide (Frommer's Single Title Travel Guides)
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Language: English
Category: Specialty Travel
Publisher: Frommer; 29 edition (March 1, 1995)
Pages: 432

Frommers National Park Guide (Frommer's Single Title Travel Guides) by Michael Frome



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Reviews: 2
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good book
Thohelm
I really love this book. I'd been buying Michael Frome's National Park Guides for years (he used to publish for Rand McNally). I've been looking for his next edition for years and just recently found out that he retired shortly after publishing this issue. Good for him, but sad for his loyal readers. I'll hang onto the issue I have. The best audience is the car traveler who takes day hikes. There is a "Practical Guide" section for each National Park, that is very useful. It tells what is the best season, how long it takes to adequately see the park (from the road w. day hikes), nearby accommodations, and major sites.