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10 Amazing National Park Adventures (And How To Pull Them Off)

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By Michael Lanza

Yellowstone. Yosemite. Grand Canyon. Glacier. Zion. Grand Teton. These names are iconic to people who love exploring America’s national parks. And beyond those flagship parks are dozens more units of the National Park Service (53 more, to be precise) creating infinite opportunities to hike, backpack, kayak, canoe, climb a mountain, fish, or just gape in blissful awe at the scenery. But where do you begin, and what should you or your family do?

In 2016, the centennial of the National Park Service, national parks saw a third consecutive year of record visitation—331 million people.

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4 Responses to 10 Amazing National Park Adventures (And How To Pull Them Off)

  1. jeannemeeks   |  February 26, 2014 at 7:08 pm

    My nephew and his wife just committed to seeing every one of the national parks. I sent your website along to them to get them started. Great pictures and stories.

    • michaellanza   |  February 26, 2014 at 8:10 pm

      Thanks Jeanne. Please tell them to get in touch if I can answer any questions they have. I wish them well.

  2. d   |  February 26, 2014 at 11:03 am

    I’ve spent the morning with you and this file! Incredible work! Love the way you’re raising your trooper children!

  3. Audra   |  November 25, 2013 at 10:24 am

    Gunsight Pass Trail is an amazing adventure in Glacier particularly when you get up to Sperry Glacier – two of my top five places in Glacier.

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