Post Summary: Best Grand Canyon Hikes The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places in the United States and is a popular attraction for tourists all across the world. Located in Arizona, the Grand Canyon National Park covers an area of 1,904 square miles (4,931 km2). Of course, its most popular site is the Grand Canyon itself which was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. The canyon is a mile deep (1.6km), 277 miles (446km) long, and an impressive 18 miles (29km) wide, so as you can imagine is a sight to see. However, the National Park also offers plenty of hiking trails that will…
Post Summary: One Day in Petrified Forest National Park Standing before this sprawling desert, imagine a vast forest. Millions of years ago, this desert was inhabited by a vast Late Triassic forest. Today, all that remains is fossilized remains of the trees. Today these fossils are protected by Petrified Forest National Park. Petrified Forest National Park reminds us of how the world has changed over millions of years. Here is the best way to spend one day in Petrified Forest National Park. Getting to Petrified Forest National Park Petrified Forest National Park has 2 park entrances. The park’s north entrance is located at Exit 311 I-40. The park’s south entrance is located…
It has been an exciting June 2018 for National Park Obsessed. The National Park Obsessed website launched and our first couple of posts were added. The National Park Instagram account hit 1,000 followers. It has been a roller coaster getting the site up and running. Here are the 10 best photos from the United States National Parks in June 2018. Use #NationalParkObsessed and follow @NationalParkObsessed on Instagram for a chance to be feature here and on our account North Cascades National Park, Washington North Cascades National Park is often on the leased visited national parks list. It is sad given it is a couple of hours drive from Seattle. The…
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