• 5:47

    Revealing the Depths of Carlsbad Caverns

    Located high in the Guadalupe Mountains in 46,000 acres of southeastern New Mexico — the Land of Enchantment — Carlsbad Caverns is a name of worldwide renown. A deep, mysterious, spiritual place where trickling water has over eons created lavish limestone formations on the roofs of caves formed by dissolving sulfuric acid. It’s strange and…

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  • 6:10

    Mount Rainier National Park: Mighty and Majestic

    Some volcanoes are majestic mountains cloaked in forest and flowers. Others, such as Mount Rainier, are naked in their might. To some, it’s a Valhalla, home to the gods. To others, it’s an outpost of hell. Born of a clash of volcanic fire and glacial ice, this is the tallest peak in the Cascade Mountains,…

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  • 4:02

    Follow the Crooked River at Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    If someone ever tells you the American Midwest isn’t a place for adventure seekers, kindly point them in the direction of Cuyahoga Valley National Park. And when you do, tell them to set aside some vacation time in October. Awash in magnificent fall colors, the rolling hills and sprawling floodplains make Cuyahoga Valley a bucket…

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  • 7:19

    Glacier National Park: One Half of North America’s Crown

    It’s been called a garden of ice sculpture that could’ve only been carved by some mythic Michelangelo, a titan of precipitation. Its mountainous ridges run the Continental Divide like a great “Backbone of the World.” It is one half of a two-park International Peace Park, the first of its kind. It is Glacier National Park,…

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  • 9:50

    Death Valley National Park: America’s Hottest Natural Wonderland

    There’s no other national park quite like Death Valley National Park. In a place where temperatures frequently reach 120 degrees in the shade and water appears in short supply, there is a surprising history of human endeavor and exploration. Why would someone want to make a name for themselves in such a seemingly uninhabitable place?…

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  • 6:53

    “The Uninhabited Land” of Big Bend National Park

    The Spanish explorers who first set foot across the Rio Grande into what is now West Texas dubbed it the “Uninhabited Land.” When they looked out over the desert terrain, arid grasslands and jagged slopes of the Chisos Mountains, they couldn’t imagine any form of life surviving in such an unforgiving environment. Today, though, it’s…

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  • 4:58

    Ancient History Preserved in Mesa Verde National Park

    Every national park is a repository of its region’s past. Whether preserved for display or sewn into the fibers of its landscape, each of America’s majestic parks holds evidence of former inhabitants and the natural or unnatural phenomena that affected their lives. This is certainly true of Mesa Verde National Park, where each gust of…

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