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Seventh Edition, April 2017
Pages: 350

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ISBN: 9781631215001

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Moon Zion & Bryce

Including Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Grand Staircase-Escalante & Moab

Seasoned travel guide authors W. C. McRae and Judy Jewell share their expert perspective on Zion and Bryce National Parks, guiding you to a memorable and unique experience.

Whether you’re hiking the remote corners of Canyonlands, mountain biking in Slickrock Canyon, or finding the best brewpub in Moab, Moon Zion & Bryce has activities for every traveler. With itineraries like “Hoodoos and Views” and “Fun for All and All for Fun,” expertly crafted maps, gorgeous photos, and W. C. and Judy’s trustworthy advice, Moon Zion & Bryce provides the tools for planning your perfect trip!

Moon Zion & Bryce covers can’t-miss sights and the best destinations including:

  • Moab
  • Kolob Canyons
  • Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
  • Capitol Reef National Park

Judy Jewell and W. C. McRae

W. C. (Bill) McRae has been exploring Utah for several decades, each time getting farther off the road and digging deeper into the landscape. Every trip has a different focus, whether it’s hiking into a new and more remote canyon, fixating on ancient rock art, or going deluxe at guest ranches. Bill has written for Frommer’s, Lonely Planet, and Mobile Guides, and has contributed to 1000 Places to See Before You Die. He has also edited books for National Geographic and provided content for websites sucha as GORP.com and Expedia.com. When not fixing up his old house in Astoria, Oregon, Bill has a day job as a high-tech marketing writer.

While visiting Goosenecks State Park, Judy Jewell realized that, like the river below, she might be an example of entrenched meandering. Perhaps so . . . her work on the Moon Handbooks to Utah, Montana, and Oregon has taken her to both the popular destinations and the remote areas in these states. In Utah, there’s nothing she likes better than tromping through a dry wash in search of rock art or an old granary. When she’s at home in Portland, Oregon, Judy works as a technical and scientific editor and a yoga teacher.