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A more conscious effort to protect Native Hawaiian cultural and natural resources has improved this gem of a historic trail.
America’s lowest, hottest, and driest national park, adventurous visitors enjoy Death Valley for its many extremes and mysteries such as the sailing stones.
Visitors can explore 800,000 acres of beautiful terrain in Joshua Tree National Park, where wildlife thrives in temperatures over 100 degrees.
Nestled in the peaceful forests and wilderness of Northern California is Lassen Volcanic National Park, home to hissing fumaroles and boiling mud pots.
At the Lava Beds National Monument visitors can explore more than 500 lava tube caves, created over the last half-million years by volcanic eruptions.
Mojave National Preserve is nature's playground. It features canyons and mountains, former military mines and outposts and opportunities to explore year-round.
Old Spanish National Historical Trail spans six Western states, tells history of New Mexican traders, and includes desert, mountains, and lakes landscapes.
Some of the tallest and oldest trees on Earth are in Redwood National Park and State Parks, managed jointly by National Park Service and California State Parks.
Visit the world’s largest trees at Sequoia, America’s second national park. Kings Canyon is also filled with giants, from immense mountains to deep canyons.
As one of America’s most popular national parks, Yosemite boasts some of the best views, hiking trails, and family vacation opportunities in the country.