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    “Lonely Planet” is your guide to experience the National Parks of America with the best chance of having wet and wild fun. From what is considered by many to be the most scenic drive in America, to the world’s largest bowl of fresh water, these parks possess the best potential for everything splish-splash spectacular.

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    There is something about Australia that says “Old.” Mountains in any environment can also appear wise beyond their years simply by their grandeur. On the continent of Australia, the Blue Mountains boldly display their rugged brilliance. The Australian Alps’ stunning snow-covered peaks and wooded valleys will awaken your senses. Tasmania’s awe-inspiring jagged peaks and glacial

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    Emmy Award-Winning filmmaker, Brian Wignall, teams up with his wife, Julie, and their daughter, Amelia, to explore ten natural wonders and mysteries of the American West beyond the Rocky Mountains. Here the Wignalls relive the history of Great Basin National Park, experience the park’s vast mountains, streams, and lakes, hunt for sparkling sun stones, and

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    Yellowstone – America’s first national park. Marvel at a super-volcano’s intense energy rising up from deep within the Earth to heat colorful springs such as Grand Prismatic Spring, and geysers such as Old Faithful. Explore the park’s serene Wyoming mountains, wild forests, and healthy lakes, and watch wildlife’s drama unfold before your eyes.

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    Voyageurs National Park exists within the heart of the North American Continent in a deeply beautiful part of northern Minnesota. Here you can touch rocks half as old as the Earth itself, take part in and experience the life of a voyageur, immerse yourself in the peaceful setting of a boreal forest, and ply the

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    One word might best describe Lake Clark National Park – solitude. Turquoise lakes and steaming volcanoes, rivers that bend to no end, and mountains lit by angel light, all beg to be explored. Lake Clark offers visitors a wilderness experience that will rejuvenate your spirit.

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    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 Grand Tetons contain over 200 miles of remarkable hiking trails. However, if traveling by water is more desirable, you have the choice of floating down the Snake River to experience the park from a livelier perspective. With its extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and rugged alpine terrain, this park is not to be missed.

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    Within Great Sand Dunes National Park, a wonderfully diverse land awaits; peaceful grasslands and wetlands, rugged conifer and aspen forests, tranquil alpine lakes, and rugged tundra. You will also be able to catch a view of the horizon from the tallest sand dunes in North America. With such varied landscapes, visitors can explore this park

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