Cache Creek: A Trailside Guide to Jackson Hole’s Backyard Wilderness
Where do Jackson Hole locals hike?
The definitive secret Jackson wilderness escape guidebook.
Five minutes from the traffic of Jackson’s town square, Cache Creek offers the chance to immerse yourself in wild nature. It’s a place where you can see how the world works. Cache Creek shares some of the ways you can do it. No experience is required. The hiking is family-friendly.
Hiking information, wildlife, and plants are all covered in this unique guide. Learn the best trails for your skill level and what you want to see. Do you only have an hour before catching your flight? You can get a nature walk in with this guide.
- Best hiking trails
- Seasons for areas
- Wildlife and plant tips
- Local secret spots
Cache Creek is a popular hiking, biking and cross-country ski area on the edge of Jackson, Wyoming. It has multiple pathways to nature. Locals escape to this spot year-round to get their dose of the outdoors.
Illustrated with photographs, maps, and artwork, the book covers everything about the area. This guide will help you avoid the crowds of Grand Teton and Yellowstone. When Jackson locals want to hike, this is where they go. Find out what they know and why they go there in this book.
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Cache Creek book information
Author: Susan Marsh
Market: $20.95 (paperback)
Format: Paperback, eBook
Page Count: 142
Title code: Book123
Interior: Full color
Available in these countries: United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom
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Praise for Cache Creek
“Susan Marsh doesn’t simply walk in the outdoors–she absorbs it, she becomes part of it. Moreover, she can write about what she knows and what she feels. A book to appreciate.”
—Bert Raynes, author, naturalist, and founder of the Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund
“Remarkable talents come together in this beautiful, graceful book.”
—Frances Clark, professional botanist
“For a curious naturalist, this book is dead on with understandable answers to many questions.”
—Beverly Boynton, mountaineer & Arctic expedition leader
Susan Marsh is an award-winning writer in Jackson, Wyoming. Known for her intimate knowledge of the wild country surrounding Jackson Hole, she has introduced many others to its wonders through field trips and workshops. She worked for the U.S. Forest Service for over thirty years, leading the recreation and wilderness program for the Bridger-Teton National Forest between 1988 and 2010.