Road Guide to Yellowstone National Park and Adjacent Areas


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From a Creationist Perspective Harold Coffin, John Hergenrather, Dennis Bokovoy, and Michael Oard. 2005. Creation Research Society, 101 pages.

This is the second in a series of geological road guides for National Parks, National Monuments, and other significant geological regions frequented by a large number of tourists. The guide is a mile-by-mile log of significant geological sites, along with biological and historical tidbits, all from a creationist perspective. The guide also contrasts the evolutionary model, taught as fact in the Park, with the creation model. Besides the major roads in Yellowstone Park, the road guide includes the Bear tooth Highway between Red Lodge and Cooke City, Montana, northeast of Yellowstone Park — one of the most spectacular drives in the United States. A log of the area west of the Park, in the vicinity of a large earthquake slide, is also included. In a beautiful half-page format with spiral binding, the guide includes numerous full-color pictures and diagrams showing the wonders of Yellowstone Park .