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Top Ten National Parks #Infographic identified by American MENSA members from a list of the top 30 visited national parks in the USA.

Bucket list Hikes in U.S. National Parks.

Alaska National Parks by Rail, Alaska Railroad Six-day train trip. The route takes in the jagged peaks, lonely forest and rugged coastline, including a stop at the base of 20,320-foot Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest mountain. Though the train has comfortable seating and a luxe dining car, nights are spent at off-train lodging like the Grande Denali Lodge and Hotel Alyeska in Girdwood.

Top 10 sights to see and places to eat in PARIS!!! Personal experience from a girl who got to live there!!

Our 25 Best Hikes in the World to Put on Your Bucket List. So far we've only completed one and portions of others, but hope to get them all checked off!.

The National Park-to-Park Highway; been to most of these, but there were a couple missed that I would like to see.

24. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee #camping #hiking #parks http://greatist.com/fitness/best-camping-united-states

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Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida | 29 Surreal Places In America You Need To Visit Before You Die

Yosemite National Park- Donate to Save Our National Parks!

Here are a few of our nominees for the most stunning spot in Mount Rainier National Park (in no particular order!)

Here are 5 things you MUST see at North Cascades National Park.

Sequoia National Park, CA

Tree camping in King's Canyon National Park, California, USA. #travel #bucketlist

Get the insider's skinny on where to find the best wildlife viewpoints, least crowded beaches, and barely touched trails in the comprehensive pages of Secrets of the National Parks .

Glacier vs. Yellowstone National Parks: How do They Compare? An Infographic from HomeAway Travel Ideas

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Hikes in Moab, Utah

Yellowstone National Park by Matt Brass

Often overlooked, America’s national monuments are sometimes referred to as the “middle child” of the national parks system.