• 5:10

    Zion National Park: Where Spirit and Nature Meet Among the Narrows

    Something transcendent permeates the peaks and chasms of Zion National Park. Walking the Narrows and looking out over the reds, pinks and creams of this remarkable landscape is an experience unlike many others, which is why the first Mormon settlers believed it to be a natural temple to God, a heavenly city — Little Zion.…

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    Theodore Roosevelt National Park: Inspiration and Preservation

    It seems appropriate that one of this nation’s most remarkable and serene landscapes should be named after the president who spent the most time and effort to ensure the United States’ natural beacons remained preserved for all to enjoy. Theodore Roosevelt National Park, our only national park with a person as its namesake, is a…

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    The “Uninhabited Land” of Big Bend National Park

    The Spanish explorers who first set foot across the Rio Grande into what is now West Texas dubbed it the “Uninhabited Land.” When they looked out over the desert terrain, arid grasslands and jagged slopes of the Chisos Mountains, they couldn’t imagine any form of life surviving in such an unforgiving environment. Today, though, it’s…

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    Black Canyon National Park: Beauty in Utter Darkness

    You could view the United States of America as one giant expanse of peaks and valleys, of towering summits and cavernous canyons. For most Americans, the word “canyon” brings to mind a particular example, the grandest of them all, sprawling and chiseled and painted with Mother Nature’s magnificent aura. But what if we told you…

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    Follow the Crooked River at Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    If someone ever tells you the American Midwest isn’t a place for adventure seekers, kindly point them in the direction of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and tell them to set aside some vacation time in October. Awash in magnificent fall colors, the rolling hills and sprawling floodplains make Cuyahoga Valley a bucket list item for…

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    Haleakala National Park: Home of the House of the Sun

    Few places in the world boast the same magnetic allure as Hawaii. Between its diverse ecosystems and bewildering vistas, there’s just something special about America’s island escape to the west. Each of Hawaii’s isles welcomes millions of visitors every year who come in search of that something special, a chance to disconnect and feel a…

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    Channel Islands National Park: Wild and Pure California

    There’s something remarkable about visiting an island that’s remain preserved for centuries in all its exotic splendor. Strenuous hikes along primitive trails that lead through forests of nearly 1,000 species of flowering plants, some of which can be found nowhere else in the world; seals and seal lions bickering in the sun as they tan…

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    Saguaro National Park: Bountiful Life in a Barren Landscape

    Sometimes life’s most beautiful surprises thrive in the harshest environments. Such is the case in Saguaro National Park, where unforgiving conditions foster a deceptively budding and relentlessly tough ecosystem. Look once at Saguaro National Park and notice towering cacti, but not much else. Look again, this time a bit closer, and you’ll uncover disarmingly vibrant…

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    Ancient History Preserved in Mesa Verde National Park

    Every national park is a repository of its region’s past. Whether preserved for display or sewn into the fibers of its landscape, each of America’s majestic parks holds evidence of former inhabitants and the natural or unnatural phenomena that affected their lives. This is certainly true of Mesa Verde National Park, where each gust of…

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