10 national parks you should visit in 2024

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Yellowstone, Wyoming - Yellowstone was established in 1872 and is the oldest national park in the US.

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Yellowstone, Wyoming - A thermal wonderland of burping mud pots, bubbling fumaroles and explosive geysers.

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Arches, Utah - Shaped by wind and water over millions of years.

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Arches, Utah - Over 2,000 sandstone arches decorate the weatherworn landscape.

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Grand Canyon, Arizona - The Grand Canyon’s awesome gorge – a mile deep and up to 18 miles wide in places – is one of the most photographed natural wonders in the world.

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Grand Canyon, Arizona - Visitors tend to congregate along the South Rim, so head for the tree-textured North Rim for a more exclusive experience.

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Great Smokey Mountains, North Carolina/Tennessee - Welcoming around 11 million outdoor enthusiasts a year, this is the nation’s number one visited national park.

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Great Smokey Mountains, North Carolina/Tennessee - For the best views head for Clingsmans Dome, which at 6,643 ft, is the park’s highest point.

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Arcadia, Maine - Much of the park lies on Mount Desert Island, where sea and mountain meet.

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Arcadia, Maine - Hike the park’s many trails, or take to the water for an equally rewarding excursion by kayak.

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Crater Lake, Oregon - Fed by rain and snow, the lake’s crystal blue waters mirror the Cascade Mountain Range, a favorite winter sports playground.

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Crater Lake, Oregon - Rim Drive is the most popular road in the park, following a scenic route around the caldera rim.

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Saguaro, Arizona - Named after the nation’s largest cacti, Saguaro is the Old West personified.

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Saguaro, Arizona - Some of these majestic plants reach over 50 feet tall and last nearly 200 years.

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Olympic, Washington - Three distinct ecosystems (mountain, rainforest and coastline) characterize the landscape here.

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Olympic, Washington - Standing in the shadow of Mount Olympus, it is frequently visited for the ancient Hoh and Quinault rainforests.

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Glacier, Montana - Another hugely popular outdoors escape, the park showcases 25 glaciers surrounded by ice blue lakes.

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Glacier, Montana - Of these, the accessible Grinnell Glacier provides hikers with splendid peak-and-valley views.

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Rocky Mountain, Colorado - Easy access to 150 lakes and 450 miles of streams, the 'roof of the world is among the ten most visited parks in the US.

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Rocky Mountain, Colorado - The park’s eye-popping vistas are accessible by foot, horseback and snowshoe, depending on the time of year.

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