Yosemite is paradise on earth. The 3,000-foot granite walls, myriad waterfalls, and giant sequoias create a sense of humility, providing unparalleled beauty for hikers, climbers, and photographers alike. Regardless of your outdoor palate, Yosemite National Park has something for you. It will undoubtedly impress those hiking rugged and rewarding terrain, catching a reflection of rainbows […]
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The Grandest of them all. Grand Canyon National Park. By far, my all-time favorite of all 65 national parks. A UNESCO World Heritage site. One of the seven natural wonders of the world. The others are the Harbor of Rio de Janeiro, the Great Barrier Reef, the Northern Lights, Paricutin Volcano, Victoria Falls, and Mount […]
Grand Teton. Jackson Hole. Jenny Lake. Alluring words render a vast memory bank of experiences. Jackson Wyoming has such a reputation. Amongst snow seekers, mountain bikers, trail riders, and shutterbugs alike, the mere word Jackson conjures a sly smile. If you’ve been there, you’re sure to be back. If not, it is undoubtedly high on […]
George Bird Grinnell was instrumental in the establishment of Glacier National Park. Senior editor and publisher of Field and Stream magazine, founder of the Audubon Society of New York, recipient of the Theodore Roosevelt Gold Medal of Honor, he contributed a lifelong effort to conservation and environmental issues. Far away in Montana, hidden from view […]
Glacier National Park is located in northwest Montana and was established as the 10th national park in 1910 by President William Howard Taft. Along with Waterton National Park in Canada, these two parks combine as the world’s first International Peace Park and were dedicated as such in 1932. Additionally, the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is […]