U.S. National Forests provide jobs, life, and recreation. This is how to preserve and celebrate them. Find a national forest near you.
Thanks to thousands of miles of trails, we are able to explore the wild. June 6th, 2020 marks National Trails Day to celebrate and advocate for trails we enjoy (now more than ever). The American Hiking Society created this day to commemorate all the ways we enjoy trails in the United States.
There are 419 national parks in the United States spanning across more than 84 million acres. Most of us have heard about or visited Yellowstone and Yosemite, Rocky Mountain National Park and Zion National Park. They are popular for a reason. What about the national parks that are underrated? They don’t get the spotlight often and we want to highlight five that we think deserve some notoriety.
To celebrate National Park Week, here are six uncommon stories about Yellowstone, Yosemite, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Zion, and Rocky Mountain National Parks.
You can visit all these parks in a day without waiting in line for the best view or worrying about keeping a 6-foot gap between you and the next person.