Death In Zion National Park: Stories Of Accidents And Foolhardiness In Utah's Grand Circle
Death in Zion National Park: Stories of Accidents and Foolhardiness in Utah's Grand Circle by Randi Minetor Morbid, but strangely fascinating accounts In 2015, a group of seven hikers were killed when a sudden flood struck Keyhole Canyon in Zion National Park. Prior to that, the steep, narrow route to Angels Landing led to at least five fatalities. Numerous people have found that high, exposed places in Zionsuch as rim trailsare bad places to be in lightning storms. Death in Zion National Park collects some of the most gripping accounts in park history of the unfortunate events caused by natural forces or human folly.
Death In Glacier National Park: Stories of Accidents and Foolhardiness In the Crown of the Continent
Adventures in the wilderness can be dramatic and deadly. Glacier National Parks death records date back to January 1913, when a man froze to death while snowshoeing between Cut Bank and St. Mary. All told, 260 people have died or are presumed to have...
Taken By Bear In Yellowstone National Park: A Century Of Harrowing Encounters Between Grizzlies And Humans
Humans and grizzly bears have been coming into contact in Yellowstone National Park ever since it was founded in 1872. Most of these encounters have ended peacefully, but many have not. In order to most accurately tell the stories of those involved in...
John Muir and the Ice That Started a Fire: How a Visionary and the Glaciers of Alaska Changed America
John Muir and the Ice That Started a Fire is a dual biography of two of the most compelling elements in the narrative of wild America: John Muir and Alaska.