We share park news, results of our photo contest, and a sale for the holidays.

Yellowstone Newsletter

from Granite Peak Publications

November 2016

Here's the latest about our Yellowstone books, graced with a photo of Beehive Geyser taken by Gary Einstein of Seal Beach, CA, in June 2016. Feel free to forward this news! To unsubscribe, see the link at the end of this message.

Park news

This year Yellowstone National Park's two big nonprofit support organizations merged: the Yellowstone Association (founded 1933) and the Yellowstone Park Foundation (founded 1996). In their own words, "We connect people to Yellowstone National Park through outstanding visitor experiences and educational programs, and translate those experiences into lifelong support and philanthropic investment to conserve and enhance the park for the future." Thinking of a road trip soon? Keep in mind that park roads are closed to cars, buses, and trucks for the season, except for the road from the North to Northeast Entrances, which stays open all year. Most of the roads will reopen for oversnow travel via snowcoach and snowmobile on December 15 this year.

Publisher news

Last summer we held a photo contest to obtain some new images for the next edition of the guidebook. The photo above is one we did not select for the book; it's an example of the high-quality photos that were submitted. Congratulations to the winners, whose photos will be used on the cover or in the interior pages: Leslie S. Anderson, Steven Michael Gryc, Karen Hawley, and Scott Schug. 

Holiday sale!

Announcing great deals for the holidays! Get 40% off Yellowstone Treasures or 30% off Through Early Yellowstone from now through January 10, 2016. Just click on one of the Buy Now buttons on the Bookstore page or individual product pages, and enter one of the following codes in the Voucher box in the shopping cart:
  • YTdeal
  • EarlyYellowstone
  • FreeShip2016
You'll also find we've bundled the two books together for just $40, and you can get free shipping with the FreeShip2016 code. These books make wonderful gifts for fans of Yellowstone Park.

From the blog

Janet posts her news and views about the park, her favorite hot springs and geysers, and her Yellowstone projects on her blog. Here are some highlights: Send Janet your comments or travel questions via our contact form on the website or via her e-mail address below. Contact Beth, the editor and publisher, with book- or website-related questions.

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