Hiking Safely in Grizzly Country
More Lessons Learned
Bear country expert Tim Rubbert is back with more “lessons learned” about how to hike and camp safely where bears live. Drawing on his numerous observations of grizzly bears in Glacier and Yellowstone national parks and in Canada and Alaska, Rubbert details how to avoid close encounters on the trail and in camp. But if you do meet a bear, Rubbert has crucial, real-life advice—and actual encounter photographs— for making that moment safe for you and the bear. This is the bear-advice book written by someone who has actually hiked thousands of miles in grizzly country and safely encountered dozens of bears.
Size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Author: Tim Rubbert