Yellowstone National Park, Audio Tour

  • by Nancy Rommes, Donald Rommes
  • Narrated by Jay Cook
  • 1 hrs and 0 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Yellowstone is a land of extreme diversity. Nowhere else will you find wolves, bison, and grizzlies living among the largest concentration of hot springs and geysers in the world. The park’s 2.2 million acres is an incongruous landscape of bubbling hot, lunar-like geothermal features, lush green rolling meadowlands, snow covered mountain peaks, colorful canyons, waterfalls, lakes and untamed rivers. It is a park so large, so complex and so fascinating it seems fitting that it owns the title as our world’s first national park!
Travel Audios’ park approved audio tour will help you understand what you are seeing and smelling! It is not a mile-by-mile guide; it can be listened to anywhere. It features an impressive group of knowledgeable Park Ranger geologists, biologists and naturalists who explain the geological processes that created the landscape and why this area in Wyoming is such a geothermal hot spot. They’ll tell you about their studies and observations of the park’s wildlife and their experience with massive forest fires.
You’ll hear about the region’s earliest visitors -- Native Americans, and about the struggle to survive in one of the most unique, wild and volatile places on earth. And, you’ll hear about those who ultimately influenced the development and the protection of Yellowstone National Park.
Travel Audios’ tours are professionally narrated and filled with music and nature sounds (recorded on location). They are as entertaining as they are educational.
If you are also heading to Grand Teton and want an understanding of both parks, then consider downloading their accompanying audio tour for Grand Teton National Park!


What the Critics Say

"National parks lovers will enjoy this series, which has been approved by each of the parks covered. The tours are narrated by local rangers and Native Americans and include personal stories, with music and nature sounds recorded on location." (


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Customer Reviews

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I'm studying to be a Yellowstone Tour Guide and this (out of all my study material) is the most comprehensive. Thank you!
It is also very enjoyable:)
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- david


Enjoyable presentation covering mostly the wildlife and management thereof. History of humas briefly touched upon. Very little on geologic features.
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- Valerie Sewell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-27-2010
  • Publisher: Travel Audios