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Yosemite Valley is home to most of the park's largest attractions, including El Capitan, Upper Yosemite Waterfall, the sequoias, Glacier Point and Bridalveil Falls.
Part national park, part tropical oasis and part geological masterpiece: any way you look at it, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a literal hotbed of activity.
Entering any of Carlsbad Caverns' 113 caves is like entering a larger-than-life sandcastle, where drips of sand have been changed into a twisting structure of peaks and spires.
Visitors tenacious enough to trek to the northern reaches of Montana are amply rewarded by one of nature's finest specimens: Glacier National Park.
Visit the Black Hills of South Dakota in 2016.
It may be one of the most impressive and perfect examples of erosion, but what leaves visitors breathless at its edge is the beauty and wonder that we call the Grand Canyon.
If you can brave the bitter cold and deep snow, you can find solitude in even the most famous parts of Yellowstone National Park.
Then, hit up the national parks to see them IRL.
Explore the National Parks of America's West.
The mists of The Great Smoky Mountains seem to shroud the very secrets of the region's historical tragedies and biological triumphs.
The Florida Everglades is the only subtropical preserve in North America, and its endangerment has placed it at the forefront of a massive restoration movement.
A mosaic of geological and ecological features, Acadia National Park is composed of ocean, mountains, forests, streams and ponds, wetlands, meadows and beaches.
Take a break from the traffic and crowds, and appreciate the unspoiled beauty at 5 of the country's least-visited national parks.
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