• 6:05

    Wrangell-St. Elias is America’s largest national park, bigger than Yosemite and Yellowstone combined. The park stretches from the ocean shore all the way up to Mount St. Elias, and is an adventure-seeker’s dream. Here, you will relish in the journey as much as reaching the eventual destination.

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    Named for the barometric winds that can be distinctly heard at Wind Cave’s entrance, Wind Cave National Park is one of America’s oldest parks. Above ground, bison, elk, and other local wildlife roam the prairie grasslands and forested hillsides, but below ground exists the subterranean depths and passages of Wind Cave, one of the longest

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  • 4:09

    Once inside Cuyahoga Valley National Park, you will feel a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city life of Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. The park is a refuge for plants and wildlife native to Ohio, and the winding Cuyahoga River gives way to deciduous mixed-mesophytic forests, wetland habitats, rolling hills, and open

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  • 7:06

    King’s Canyon and Sequoia National Parks testify to nature’s size and diversity. Bear witness to the palette of nature’s beauty as you hike tranquil mountain trails and rugged foothills, and explore deep canyons and sublime caverns. Stand in awe of the world’s largest trees – the magnificent sequoias.

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    If you want to catch a glimpse of some of the features of the last Ice Age, visit Kenai National Park. Nearly forty glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield in Kenai, but in areas where the ice has either melted, or simply does not cover, lush forests have taken root that are home to a

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  • 7:05

    Shenandoah National Park exists just seventy-five miles from Washington D.C. As you hike and explore Shenandoah, you will come across charming waterfalls and vistas, and quiet, peaceful woods.

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  • 6:34

    Upon first entering Gates of the Arctic National Park, you will immediately notice the lack of roads and trails. That is because there are none. But, that is what makes this virtually untouched park so special, and worth keeping wild. Discover intact ecosystems where people have lived in harmony with the land for thousands of

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  • 7:26

    It is amazing to think that some of the rivers that flow out from Glacier National Park reach the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and Hudson’s Bay respectively. Serene waterways are just the beginning of what you will experience here, however. 700 miles of hiking-trails through verdant forests and alpine meadows, that lead to

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    The alpine landcape of the North Cascades offer visitors a chance to walk among communities of life that, over time, have become adapted to high levels of moisture in the west, and recurring fire in the east. There is an ecological heart that beats here among the mountain peaks that contain over 300 glaciers and

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