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7 edition of Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone found in the catalog.

Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone

A Mountaineering History & Guide

by Thomas Turiano

  • 144 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Indomitus Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - Mountain - Wyoming,
  • Yellowstone National Park Region,
  • Mountains,
  • Mountaineering,
  • History,
  • Guidebooks,
  • Travel,
  • Special Interest - Adventure,
  • United States - West - Mountain,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Climbing & mountaineering

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages512
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9756680M
    ISBN 100974561908
    ISBN 109780974561905

      Publisher of well-researched titles on Greater Yellowstone. Behind the name. Before passing the reins to daughter Beth Chapple in , founder Janet Chapple named the company to honor her grandfather Fred Inabnit, who led climbing expeditions in the early s into the Beartooth Range. Select Peaks Publishing, Wilson, Wyoming. likes. Stoke and props for Thomas Turiano's books gifts to yourself or friends for a lifetime of backcountry adventure. Order at

    In the National Research Council (NRC) issued a report, Brucellosis in the Greater Yellowstone Area, that reviewed the scientific knowledge regarding B. abortus transmission among wildlife—particularly bison and elk—and cattle in the GYA. Since the release of the report, brucellosis has re-emerged in domestic cattle and bison.   Much of the information found throughout this website comes from Yellowstone Resources and Issues Handbook—an annual compendium of important concepts about Yellowstone’s many resources, park history, science and research conducted in the greater Yellowstone area, and critical management issues facing Yellowstone National Park.. Many people have dedicated their .

      Never before has such a volume captured the myriad ways that people have related to the Absarokas and Beartooth, a combined massif that runs along the east side of Yellowstone and vaults even higher in an extraordinary massing of peaks, sparkling lakes and glaciers in the northeastern corner of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem along the Wyoming-Montana border. The highest peak in the range is Electric Peak at 10, feet which towers over Swan Flats in Northwest Yellowstone. It range extends 75 miles north to south and averages 20 miles in width. The southernmost peaks of the range are in the northwestern section of Yellowstone National Park, however, most the range is in Gallatin National Forest.


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Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone acquaints the uninitiated and dazzles the veteran with a treatise on mountain climbing and skiing in one of Earth s most unique and spectacular regions. In the introduction, learn how to behave around moose and bears, and discover the geologic marvels of Teton bedrock, Gros Ventre limestone, and Absaroka 4/5(4).

Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A mountaineering and history guide to the hi /5. Select Peaks of the Greater Yellowstone Book Review: Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone By Thomas Turiano. If you’re planning to ski any cool lines or bag any peaks in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem you need a copy of Thomas Turiano’s Select Peaks of the Greater Yellowstone: A Mountaineering History and ally published inthis book is the.

Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone: A Mountaineering History & Guide. by Thomas Turiano. Write a review. The "guide" part of the book emphasizes trophy peaks. Turiano prefers winter routes because he guides the Tetons in the summer and only gets to the other peaks in 4/5. Exum mountain guide Tom Turiano's richly researched tome Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone is the source for this list.

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone (Turiano) Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on.

Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone is available in Livingston at Timber Trails and in Bozeman at Country Bookshelf and Northern Lights Trading Company. You also may order the book directly from Turiano’s web site atwhich features book specs, peak lists, sample chapters, book reviews, and a forum for submitting your own.

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Plenty of books about Yellowstone National Park are available. Below you’ll find a selection of books about Yellowstone National Park on topics like history, geology, hiking, fly fishing, sightseeing, true life tales, mountaineering, fatalities, wildlife, imagery, field guides, maps, ghost stories, picture books, kids books and trivia.

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Jeraldgernalin. Trending. Gone with the Wind (film) HBO Max temporarily pulls 'Gone with the Wind' amid racial tensions. According to Thomas Turiano’s well-researched book, “Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone,” the mountains were at first dubbed the Snowy Range.

My second book, Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone: A Mountaineering History and Guide was published inand was the recipient of the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Association Regional Reference Award. It details the history of mountain exploration in Greater Yellowstone, with special emphasis on of the region’s most prominent summits.

Yellowstone National Park, located primarily in the U.S. state of Wyoming, though the park also extends into Montana and Idaho and its Mountains and Mountain Ranges are part of the Rocky are at least 70 named mountain peaks over 8, feet (2, m) in Yellowstone in four mountain of the ranges—The Washburn Range and the Red Mountains—are minor and completely.

Select Peaks of the Greater Yellowstone – by Tom Turiano Select Peaks of the Greater Yellowstone is the second guidebook and historical account from Tom Turiano. Tom broadens his scope and describes coveted routes on the major peaks that make up the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Select peaks of Greater Yellowstone: a mountaineering history and guide. [Thomas Turiano] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create # Indomitus Books\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Includes Gannett Peak, Grand Teton and Granite Peak and introduces many other mountains with outstanding attributes ; Imported.

Greater Yellowstone is a large region defined by an enormous ring of mountains surrounding Yellowstone Park and comprising portions of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.

And it is as much for those "armchair mountaineers" as for the focused peak bagger that Thomas Turiano has written "Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone: A History and Guide." The book holds.

The source of most of the geological and historical information here is Thomas Turiano’s Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone. The information on this page is just an overview; Turiano’s book goes into far more detail on the Madison Range, its “select” mountains, and the larger Yellowstone region.

Product Description Turiano’s book is to the Yellowstone Ecosystem what the Edwards guide is to Glacier National Park and the Roach guides are to Colorado’s fourteeners and centennial thirteeners-- it is not only about as comprehensive as a book covering such a vast area reasonably could be but also written from a vantage of great experience with and knowledge of the subject.

Reviews and comments for Jackson Hole Backcountry Skier's Guide, Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone, Teton Skiing, Jackson Hole Ski Guide, and Teton Pass Backcountry Guide Moderator: TomTuriano 27 topics • Page 1 of 1. Read, share, and comment about Tom's books and guiding. Skip to content.

Quick links. FAQ; Logout; Board index Thomas Turiano Forums Select Peaks Updates; Select Peaks Updates. Corrections and additions for Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone. Moderator: TomTuriano. 44 topics • Page 1 of 1.

Topics. Greater Yellowstone Mountain Adventures.The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) is one of the last remaining large, nearly intact ecosystems in the northern temperate zone of the Earth. It is located within the northern Rocky Mountains, in areas of northwestern Wyoming, southwestern Montana, and eastern Idaho, and is about 22 million acres.

Yellowstone National Park and the Yellowstone Caldera 'hotspot' are within it.This massive mountain rises almost 5, vertical feet above the Yellowstone River.

It has two summits and two trailheads; reason to summit twice. The easternmost summit is the highest, at 10, feet. According to Thomas Turiano’s book, Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone, Electric.