Yosemite National Park is home to towering granite cliffs, giant sequoia groves, cascading waterfalls, stretching valleys, rearing mountains, gleaming lakes, blooming meadows, and glaciers carved by time.
Yellowstone National Park: Wildlife and geothermal features such as Old Faithful and Grand Prismatic Spring.
Arches National Park: Over 2,000 natural sandstone arches.
Zion National Park: 15-mile long Zion Canyon with unique plant and animal diversity.
Glacier National Park: Mountains carved by huge glaciers, over 1,000 species of plants, and hundreds of species of animals.
Bryce Canyon National Park: Large natural amphitheaters with hoodoos formed by frost weathering and stream erosion.
Olympic National Park: Alpine, temperate rainforest, and rugged Pacific Shore with diverse wildlife.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: One of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kilauea, with varied climates from lush tropical rain forests to arid and barren desert.
Mount Rainier National Park: Entire stratovolcano Mount Rainier with waterfalls, valleys, subalpine meadows, forests, and glaciers.
Grand Teton's 40-mile-long Teton mountain range and portions of Jackson Hole Valley, replete with mountaineering possibilities, hiking trails, fishing holes and camping grounds, draw nature lovers yearning for outdoor adventure.