National Park Journal


By the time preservationist John Muir visited Yosemite in 1868, artists had already captured the beauty of the area, captivating the nation’s imagination.

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Lone Star Cowboy
EL PASO, TEXAS, TO GRAND TETON AND YELLOWSTONE AND BACK From the high plains of New Mexico to horses galloping on Wyoming’s dude ranches, our Lone-Star Cowboy Route takes you to the heart of cowboy country. From El Paso, Texas, head to New Mexico to
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Uncovering Wonder
WHY GO: Formed by eight major volcanic eruptions from 15,000 to 2,000 years ago, this otherworldly landscape in Arco, Idaho, makes you feel as though you landed on another planet. TIP: If you only have 30 minutes, drive the seven-mile scenic loop. F
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Hidden Gem
Looking to avoid the crowds and see one of the country’s most spectacular national monuments? Head to Vernal, Utah, to see Dinosaur National Monument. You can explore this special place by foot, but don’t miss the opportunity to experience the monume