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A list by Grant Miner | sort by: latest
"National parks are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst." - Wallace Stegner. In 1872 Yellowstone National Park was set aside for the enjoyment and benefit for the people. It is now your duty to go out and enjoy them!
Grand Prismatic Spring, Teton County, WyomingGrand Prismatic SpringTeton County, WyomingTaken late June 2015 around sunset. An absolute must see in Yellowstone. Be sure to hike the trail above it, too. Killer perspective.Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Kris Eggle Visitors Center, Pima County, ArizonaOrgan Pipe Cactus National Monument Kris Eggle Visitors CenterPima County, ArizonaOrgan Pipe Cactus National Monument #NationalPark #goldenhourSequoia National Park, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia National ParkTulare County, California#snow #NationalParkLake McDonald, Flathead County, MontanaLake McDonaldFlathead County, MontanaA random pullover (there's plenty) on the way from the lodge allowed me to capture this moment. Make sure to get close to the water to capture the...Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia National ParkTulare County, CaliforniaLeave it to Mother Nature to show you just how small you really are. It felt like I was hiking through the heaven's. #hiking #treetrove #nationalparkArches National Park, Grand County, UtahArches National ParkGrand County, Utah#localgem And behind-the-back shot of one of the most photogenic arches in the park.Glacier National Park, Flathead County, MontanaGlacier National ParkFlathead County, MontanaGranite loop trail, just around the corner from the chalet. 500 ft incline a mi, the scarcity of other hikers is both welcoming and worrisome -...Old Faithful, Teton County, WyomingOld FaithfulTeton County, WyomingOld faithful. SimpleBig Cone Geyser, Teton County, WyomingBig Cone GeyserTeton County, WyomingPerfectly timed. Gorgeous view. #NationalParkGlacier National Park, Glacier County, MontanaGlacier National ParkGlacier County, MontanaThe view from Highline Trail! A risky and adventurous hike along the ridge of the mountainside! Totally worth the view! #NationalParkMormon Row, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, Teton County, WyomingMormon Row, Grand Teton National Park, WyomingTeton County, WyomingReportedly the most commonly photographed scene in Grand Teton National Park - Mormom Row. The old historic homesteads with the Grand Tetons as a...Glacier National Park, Flathead County, MontanaGlacier National ParkFlathead County, MontanaWas taken with a golden polarized filter Montana 2007. Attended a photo workshop in Montana woke up at3 am to get up to the mountain to shoot this...Carona Arch, Grand County, UtahCarona ArchGrand County, UtahFantastic arch near Moab. It's a 1.5 mile hike to the arch. Bring your rope and harness so you can rappel down! There are a few bolts in place at...Arches National Park, Grand County, UtahArches National ParkGrand County, UtahHere's a preview of the views you can expect at Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. Pretty amazing, right? Just one of the many reasons to visit...Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia National ParkTulare County, CaliforniaThe largest living creature on earth, the General Sherman tree, is close to 2,200 years old. Imagine; the tree was a mere seedling when King Solomn...Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Tulare County, CaliforniaSequoia and Kings Canyon National ParksTulare County, CaliforniaThe final stretch of the 400 steps leading to the top of Sequoia National Park's Moro Rock. The granite dome rock formation is located in the...Badlands National Park, Pennington County, South DakotaBadlands National ParkPennington County, South DakotaLook down, look up. Now matter where you go in the Badlands you'll find color and beauty. Weather and time of day make a big difference, this means...Zion National Park, Washington County, UtahZion National ParkWashington County, UtahPicture taken from the bridge on the trail to Emerald Pools #NationalPark #River Photo ChallengeDeath Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaThe tiny grains of quartz and feldspar that make up these 150-foot sand dunes in Death Valley’s Stovepipe Wells area started out as much larger...Elk Island, Teton County, WyomingElk IslandTeton County, WyomingWant a true detour away from the hectic crowds of Teton and Yellowstone National Park? Canoe out to Elk Island in the middle of Jackson Lake at the...
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          6 people talking about this list
          1. > 1y
            Is this all National Parks? Such a good idea Grant!
          2. > 1y
            @Julia Thank you! It is indeed and it is the inscription on the Roosevelt Arch at the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park. I will post a picture of the arch.
          3. > 1y
            love this!
          4. > 1y
            sweet thanks to the trover team for this list....
          5. > 1y
            I love nature ,hiking ,this parks looks amazing for that .
          6. > 1y
            i love this place.i will try to go there.probably i will go hiking
          7. > 1y
            Have fun @Sue Cummings & Bruce Howard and get out and see those parks!
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