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    Capitol Reef National Park: The Ridge of Many Names

    It happened 65 million years ago, in what would eventually become the American southwest. Subterranean turbulence forced up massive layers of rock, warping Earth’s crust with hundreds of miles of ridge. This one-hundred-mile-long and very narrow national park runs north to south along Highway 24 through south-central Utah at Fremont River Canyon. Come along as…

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    The National Park of American Samoa: An Eden in the South Pacific

    In this video, we take you on a virtual tour of the National Park of the American Samoa, where beauty abounds with unbridled wildness in prehistoric rainforest and majestic reefs. In this remote paradise, an edenic getaway in the South Pacific, you can escape the hustle and bustle of a technological era. The facilities might…

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    Uncovering the Unknown in Canyonlands National Park, Utah

    Canyonlands National Park, Utah home of the canyon, the mesa and the cowboy. One of the United States’ iconic national parks, Canyonlands is built for and maintained by the adventurer who seeks to blaze their own trail, whose idea of getting away is getting lost in nature. If wonder and challenge are your goals, you…

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    Paddling the Rugged Waters of Voyageurs National Park

    Take a virtual tour with us as we explore the untamed wild of Voyageurs National Park, one of the few places in the United States where you can look south to see Canada. When you visit the more than 344 square miles of rugged waters and mossy forest floor in Voyageurs National Park, you can…

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    Revealing the Depths of Carlsbad Caverns National Park

    Located high in the Guadalupe Mountains in 46,000 acres of southeastern New Mexico — the Land of Enchantment — Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a name of worldwide renown. A deep, mysterious, spiritual place where trickling water has over eons created lavish limestone formations on the roofs of caves formed by dissolving sulfuric acid. It’s…

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    Plunge into Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

    In this virtual tour of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, we explore the world’s longest known cave, forged into limestone by eons of river seepage. Nestled in the rolling hills and open fields of south-central Kentucky, Mammoth Cave National Park is known for its eerie silence. It’s a world of labyrinths and palatial chambers in the Green…

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    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: A Window into the Past and Future

    It’s been said that Pele, the Goddess of Fire, shaped the islands of Hawaii from her home in the volcanoes. Spewing molten lava and showering the waters around her with cinder and ash, she built what is now one of the most remarkable archipelagos on Earth. To this day, she continues to add to her…

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    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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