Newest edition of this Michelin Must Sees covers the breadth of the great Mountain West
GREENVILLE, S.C., August 11, 2016 – Michelin is famous for its premium tires, but many avid travelers also know that Michelin has a long history of publishing many of the world’s most valued and useful travel guides that cover hundreds of travel destinations around the world.
Among the most breathtaking wilderness areas described in the Michelin travel guide collection are Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. This quick-reference guide has been newly revised and enhanced to include up-to-date information about and photos of the stunning natural and cultural treasures of the entire Mountain West region, encompassing Montana, Wyoming and Idaho.
Michelin’s Must Sees guides are designed to serve as an easy-to-use resource for travelers who want to concentrate on the highlights of an area that is expansive and rich with spectacle. As the title promises, Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons are the featured destinations in the updated guide, which includes detailed maps, background on the parks’ histories, the areas’ wildlife, and practical information on such things as road closures, suggested precautions and available accommodations.
In addition, the guide’s quick-reference organization makes decisions easy about places to hike, enjoy outdoor recreation, take a scenic drive, and discover the parks’ outstanding natural features. It also lists great places to camp, eat and shop. Best of all, Michelin uses its star-rating system to evaluate scenic drives, excursions and attractions.
The Must Sees for Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons also contains fascinating sidebars scattered throughout its 160 pages. They provide tidbits of history and information on topics such as Buffalo Bill, Native American art, pioneer cooking traditions and America’s famous bison.
With a retail price of $11.99, this revised edition of Must Sees for Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons is now for sale at Barnes and Noble and on Amazon.com.
Michelin Travel Guides
Michelin has done much to enhance mobility. The company patented the pneumatic, or air-filled, tire in the late 1800s. This milestone in mobility permitted automobile owners to travel at great lengths in a single journey. Then, in an effort to prompt travelers to enjoy their newfound mobility, the company created guides and detailed maps to steer motorists on their way.