Granite Peak Revamps Website and Guidebook

YellowstoneTreasuresThis summer, Granite Peak Publications released the updated fourth edition of Yellowstone Treasures. The new edition includes updated geological information to reflect the current research on what is under Yellowstone and how it works as well as dozen new pictures and fully revised maps, among other changes.

At the same time, they redesigned the companion website to the book, for better viewing on a smartphone or tablet.The website is filled with articles on places to see, geyser eruptions, short hikes, and other tips for Yellowstone visitors.

Granite Peak is the highest mountain in Montana at 12,807 feet. In 2000, Janet Chapple named her publishing company in honor of her grandfather Fred Inabnit, who led climbing expeditions in the early 1900s into the Beartooth Range, where Granite Peak is located.