Redwood National Park is known as the home of the tallest trees on Earth. Redwoods grow from the seeds the size of a tomato seed, yet can weigh 500 tons and stand taller than the Statue of Liberty. Its foot-thick bark makes the tree all but impervious to fire and insects.
Charming meadows, stunning valleys, mountains and waterfalls with magnificent beauty that will strike awe in everyone who visits this amazing place. It is hard to describe how incredible the Yosemite National Park is...
What better way to explore West Texas than at Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Looming large in a remote section of the state is a geological phenomenon straddling the Texas-New Mexico border. The Park is home to El Capitan, the highest most visible peak in Texas at 8,085 feet.
It is an awe-inspiring rugged icon of limestone towering above the road, and the park protects the most extensive Permian fossil reef. It beckons hikers, campers, and backpackers to the surrounding wilderness, offering solace and solitude to all who explore.