Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Teton
Rowman & Littlefield, 15 ביוני 2005
Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is one of the most scenic and spectacular national parks in the world. This guide features trail descriptions and maps for twenty great short hikes.
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Swan Lake and Heron Pond
Willow Flats Shuttle
Willow Flats Loop
Two Ocean Lake
Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes
Grand View Point
Preserving Grand Teton
About the Author
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Best months Bradley Lake Cascade Canyon Center see Locator Christian Pond Colter Bay area Colter Bay corral cutoff trail Earthwalk Press Grand Elevation feet Emma Matilda Lake entrance station Finding the trailhead footbridge Garnet Canyon Grand Starting point Grand Teton National Grand Teton Natural Grand View Point Hermitage Point Heron Pond Hidden Falls Jackson Lake Junction Jackson Lake Lodge Jenny Lake turnoff July through Sep Junction and turn Key Points Leigh Lake loop hike Lupine Meadows map and NPS mile after turning miles and turn Moose Visitor Center Mount Moran º º parking lot Phelps Lake picnic area Point Trail Press Grand Starting retrace your steps route Signal Mountain South Jenny Lake String Lake Trailhead Swan Lake Taggart Lake Take U.S. Highway tember Teton map Teton National Park Teton Natural History Teton Range turn left west turn right west U.S. Highway 89 Valley Trail
עמוד 3 - Rainier is like visiting a famous museum. You obviously do not want to leave your mark on an art treasure in the museum. If everybody going through the museum left one little mark, the piece of art would be quickly destroyed— and of what value is a big building full of trashed art? The same goes for a pristine wilderness such as Mount Rainier, which is as magnificent as any masterpiece by any artist.
עמוד 5 - Be sure you leave nothing, regardless of how small it is, along the trail or at your campsite. This means you should pack out everything, including orange peels, flip tops, cigarette butts, and gum wrappers. Also, pick up any trash that others leave behind. Follow the main trail. Avoid cutting switchbacks and walking on vegetation beside the trail. Don't pick up "souvenirs," such as rocks, antlers, or wildflowers.
עמוד 5 - Zero impact — and put your ear to the ground in the wilderness and listen carefully. Thousands of people coming behind you are thanking you for your courtesy and good sense. Make It a Safe Trip The Boy Scouts of America have been guided for decades by what is perhaps the best single piece of safety advice: "Be Prepared!
עמוד 4 - Nowadays most wilderness users want to walk softly, but some aren't aware that they have poor manners. Often their actions are dictated by the outdated habits of a past generation of campers who cut green boughs for evening shelters, built campfires with fire rings, and dug trenches around tents. In the 1950s, these "camping rules
עמוד 4 - PRINCIPLES OF ZERO IMPACT • Leave with everything you brought in. • Leave no sign of your visit. • Leave the landscape as you found it. Most of us know better than to litter— in or out of the backcountry. Be sure you leave nothing, regardless of how small it is, along the trail or at your campsite. This means you should pack out everything, including orange peels, flip tops, cigarette butts, and gum wrappers.
עמוד 4 - The same goes for a pristine wilderness such as the backcountry, which is as magnificent as any masterpiece by any artist. If we all left just one little mark on the landscape, the wilderness would soon be despoiled. • A wilderness can accommodate human use as long as everybody behaves.