There are in total 58 National Parks in the USA. Each National Park has a distinct character and collection of unique and protected species. When you are choosing the National Parks you want to visit, think about what sort of landscape you want to see or if there are any particular species which you want to encounter. The North American National Parks are an endless adventure into the unknown, with breath taking scenery and countless hills to climb, who knows what you will discover.
Due to the fact that the North American National Parks cover such a vast area, the weather can very variable in different regions. Wyoming, a fairly central state, holding several National Parks, has an average summer temperature of 29C and an chilly average winter temperature of -11C.
Obviously there are many airports in North America. Once you have chosen the National Park from which you want to start your adventure, you can then choose the most convenient airport.
Visit the Yellowstone National Park: Take a day hike through the forest to a secluded river where you can spend the afternoon fishing. Then jump aboard a llama to journey up the mountain to see the sunset.
Situated in famed Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park’s highlights include the Cathedral Group of dramatic peaks and the majestic Snake River. Why not grab a bike and see the new heights you can reach?
Fancy a relaxing moment? Why not camp under the stars or stay in a luxury log cabin?
Sharing this article? Simply copy and paste this link