Great American Outdoors: Exploring 4 Breathtaking National Parks

The USA was the world’s first country to cede vast areas of land for public use. 

The nation took its first step with Yellowstone National Park, which was soon flying the flag for the great outdoors. 

Breathtaking National Parks in the Country

An advocate brings a colorful analogy, comparing the Grand Canyon to eating steak. “You need other food in your diet, for sure,” says the commenter, “but the steak is what you’re probably going to remember the most.” 

1. Grand Canyon National Park

2. Zion National Park, Utah

Utah boasts some of America’s most incredible natural beauty, starting with the postcard-perfect Zion National Park.

Self-Guided Tours

Everyone must see Yosemite; however, it is busy most of the year because everybody must see it. “The tourists around the valley and along the river become a nuisance,” warns a regular visitor. 

3. Yosemite National Park, California

4. Glacier National Park, Montana

A Montana enthusiast believes Glacier National Park is worth the journey to the border. Though it’s only open a few months a year, the “majestic beauty” is unparalleled. 

Self-Guided Tours

They favor the east side near East Glacier Park and advise you “bring your passport so you can visit the Canadian part of the park and (also) Waterton.” 

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