New Full-Color Book Celebrates California's National Parks on 100th Anniversary of NPS - Free PDF Downloads
A spectacular, full-color, 128-page magazine-style book--Travel Features and Photos: California's National Parks, Monuments, Trails, Seashores & Historic Sites"--is available to all as a completely free PDF download.
San Francisco, CA, February 8, 2016 (Newswire.com) - San Francisco’s Bay Area Travel Writers (BATW) are celebrating the National Park Service Centennial with a new publication: California’s National Parks, Monuments, Trails, Seashores, and Historic Sites.
Released in early 2016, the spectacular, full-color 128-page magazine-style book covers both world-famous destinations like Yosemite and Hearst Castle, and lesser-known gems such as Filoli Estate, Little Petroglyph Canyon, Scotty’s Castle, and the John Muir Trail.
BATW’s professional journalists and photographers are on stage in the new book, with 46 articles and nearly 200 photographs.
“California is home to 9 national parks and hundreds of national monuments, seashores, trails, historic sites and preserves, from 3.3-million-acre Death Valley National Park to the tiny Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site. Some, like Yosemite National Park, are famous around the world, while many others are overlooked jewels.” (a recent article in the Santa Rosa (CA) Press Democrat).
The Book is Free!
Travel Features & Photos: California’s National Parks, Monuments, Trails, Seashores, and Historic Sites is available as a free download at www.batw.org/publications. Sure to inspire travelers to visit the parks, trails and sites throughout 2016 and beyond. The book may also be purchased online (it makes a fabulous gift for history buffs and outdoor lovers).
Information, Images, Interviews & Excerpts: Suzanne Rodriguez, President, firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 931-0558.