This is by far our most popular book, and now it is in our newest edition It appeals to parents, teachers, active outdoors enthusiasts and armchair adventurers. Used as a textbook in two colleges, Enos describes in beautiful detail how he came upon the profession of Nature Guides at Long's Peak Inn, now considered the field of Interpretation. Chapters include "Snowblinded on the Summit," "Children of My Trail School," "Wind-Rapids on the Heights," "The White Cyclone" and "Play and Pranks of Wild Folk."We've also kept in the chapter entitled "Enda" by Enos' wife, Esther Burnell Mills, who was also the first licensed nature guide with the National Park Service. This is a classic and not to be missed This book was produced by the Enos Mills Cabin Museum. Any proceeds made from this book support the museum and the family members that continue Enos A. Mills' legacy. Thank you for your purchase.
About the Author
Enos A. Mills (1870-1922) is widely regarded as the "Father of Rocky Mountain National Park." He was a speaker, writer, photographer, innkeeper, and tireless spokesperson for the preservation of wild lands and important natural resources. He is the author of nineteen books.