Debbie has contributed to seven travel guides published by Random House Publishing. She updated the Edmonton section for the 26th edition of Fodor's Canada Gold Guide, wrote the Alberta chapter for 25 Great Canadian Vacations, wrote the Alberta chapter for Escape to Nature Without Roughing It, updated the Alberta and Rocky Mountain sections for the 27th edition of the Fodor's Canada Gold Guide, and wrote the Banff, Jasper, Glacier-Waterton, and Mount Robson chapters of Fodor's National Parks of the West - first edition. She also updated the Banff, Jasper, Glacier-Waterton, and Driving Tours Chapters for the second and third editions of the Fodor's National Parks of the West guides.
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The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West
Majestic buttes, towering Sequoias, sculpted rock arches, and river-carved canyons---a visit to the national parks of the West isn't merely a vacation, it's a rite of passage. This completely updated and expanded book is the guide for families, outdoor enthusiasts, and retirees preparing to visit the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Yellowstone, and 34 other parks in the American and Canadian West. Bursting with maps, charts, and orientation spreads, Fodor's Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West is both a handy planning resource and a trusted travel companion. Key features include:
- Brand-new planning pages that take the guesswork out of organizing the perfect trip
- Beefed-up hiking coverage and new trail maps
- Detailed profiles of 37 parks
- Driving tours with area maps that give the big picture and help visitors explore both inside and outside the park gates
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Escape to Nature without Roughing It
25 Great Canadian Vacations
Fodor’s Canada Gold Guide 26th Edition
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