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7 National Parks For The Best Fall Colors

7 National Parks For The Best Fall Colors

7 National Parks For The Best Fall Colors

Denali National Park  (An extremely rare clear Autumn day in Denali National Park - Photo by eyeCatchLight Photography/SHUTTERSTOCK) Fall is a short-lived, yet vivid and stunning season in Denali National Park. Located in Alaska, in the center of an impressive 600 mile mountain range, this park has long, rough winters and a very short fall season, which typically begins mid-September, and ends early to late October. The fall colors of rusty burgundy, burnt orange, and caramel yellows are even more brilliant against the heavily snow capped mountains in the park. Moose, Grizzly Bears, Black Bears, Caribou, and Dall’s Sheep are very active...

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4 Reasons To Add Badlands National Park To Your Bucket List

4 Reasons To Add Badlands National Park To Your Bucket List

4 Reasons To Add Badlands National Park To Your Bucket List

1. WILDLIFE ON THE OPEN PRAIRIE   The American Bison is a historic icon of the Great Plains and Badlands National Park. The park is one of the best places to see these magnificent animals in their natural and undisturbed habitat.  At Badlands, bison roam the 64,000 acre wilderness area in the western side of the North Unit. Along with the mighty bison the mixed grass prairie land of Badlands is home to many other animal species such as Bighorn Sheep, Deer and Pronghorn. Prairie Dogs are a common sight through the park and are a keystone species to the parks...

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10 Activities In Olympic National Park

10 Activities In Olympic National Park

10 Activities In Olympic National Park

Kayak + Canoe - Olympic has some excellent places to kayak and canoe including 5 rivers with rapids ranging from Class I to Class V.  There are also 3 great lakes for a more tranquil canoeing or kayaking experience.  See Rain Forest Elk - In the rainforest valleys of Olympic National Park, you may glimpse the largest land mammal in the park––Roosevelt elk. Darker and larger than Rocky Mountain elk, a bull can weigh 1,000 pounds. Only males grow antlers, shedding them each spring before growing new ones in summer.  Hoh River - The 50-mile long wild Hoh River is born high on...

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5 Things To Do In Sequoia + Kings Canyon National Park

5 Things To Do In Sequoia + Kings Canyon National Park

5 Things To Do In Sequoia + Kings Canyon National Park

5 Things To Do In Sequoia + Kings Canyon National Park    Grant Grove - a 4-square-mile grove of trees featuring the General Grant Tree.  General Grant is 267 feet tall and 107 feet in circumference.  Kings Canyon Scenic Byway - This scenic byway is a great way to see some of he great views of the park.  There are scenic lookouts and several trails including one leading to Roaring River Falls.   The Generals Highway - From switchbacks that climb out of the foothills to a gentle route through sequoia groves and montane forest, traveling the Generals Highway is...

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