It’s National Park Week – Take a Hike!

This week marks National Park Week, where people are encouraged to go outside and explore America’s most treasured national destinations. From hiking along trails to white-water rafting, head to the great outdoors to partake in the adventure and appreciate our planet’s beauty! Check out these incredible National Parks.

Glacier National Park

Wander off the beaten path and discover the rugged beauty of Glacier National Park. Set in northern Montana, it is a photographer’s and hiker’s paradise. Let the scenery take your breath away as you look out at stretches of mountains, untouched lakes and forests. Take a drive on the “Going-to-the-Sun Road,” which is a scenic 52-mile drive or go fishing and explore the various lakes, waterfalls and wildlife.

VirginiaShenandoah National Park, Virginia

Shenandoah National Park is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia and is the perfect escape from the city life. To begin your journey, take Skyline Drive, a byway that runs along the park and offers picturesque vistas. Once you arrive, the opportunities for fun are endless – from hiking the trails to white-water rafting, you will have something to do and everything to see!

Acadia National Park

Located in Maine, Acadia National Park offers a variety of terrain and activities. From the ocean shoreline to Cadillac Mountain and the lakes in between, there are plenty of miles to be hiked, biked or explored. One of the highligh

via It’s National Park Week – Take a Hike! — BC Travel Group

For some great resources:

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America’s Best Day Hikes       Great Hiking Trails of the World

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2 thoughts on “It’s National Park Week – Take a Hike!

  1. The hike to Avalanche Lake in Glacier is one of my favorite all-time trails (if not my favorite), but I’ve also had the chance to hike around Acadia with my family. The Jordan Pond Nature Trail stood out for its view of The Bubbles.

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