Glacier National Park, located in Montana and spanning two mountain ranges, is regarded as one of the top tourist destinations in the world.
The Grand Canyon is so spectacular that even the best photographs cannot do the Arizona park's immense splendor justice; you must go visit it.
Zion National Park in Utah is an adventurer's paradise. Take a hike to Angels Landing, which will take you up a nearly 1,500-foot natural staircase.
This Wyoming park, which was once inhabited by ranchers and fur trappers, today has more than 250 miles of trails that wind past meadows, lakes, and the sharp, snow-capped peaks of the Grand Teton mountain range.
Arches National Park, which was founded in 1929, occupies almost 77,000 acres in eastern Utah.
The majestic, towering sequoia trees at Sequoia National Park, which are the biggest trees in the world, serve as the park's defining feature.