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A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip by Stefanie Payne
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“If you have ever wanted to visit somewhere completely wild – away from services, roads, people, and all signs of humanity – head to Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, one of Earth's last true wilderness places.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“A lake so vibrant in color that it looks like a fine art painting.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Glacier National Park in Montana is steadfastly considered to be one of the most beautiful places in the country.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“It is a spectacular illusion – a deeply three-dimensional scene flattened onto an earthly canvas.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“It is safe to say that the Teton Range is as breathtaking as any mountain landscape one could ever see.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Across the lansdcape, steam vents hiss gaseous breath from deep inside the planet, creating an environment that feels like it hangs in the balance between our world and another.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“We never fell ill, not once during one year in the U.S. national parks--perhaps proof of the therapeutic properties of our natural world.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Mother Nature is a master sculptor and in no place is that more evident than at Arches National Park.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“It looks a bit like the inside of a cave that has been turned inside out and warmed by the sun.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Big Bend National Park is intensely wild and extraordinarily beautiful – tucked away at the end of a couple of roads in southwest Texas.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Most don't enter through a gated entrance as is done at so many other national parks, but through invisible passageways by sea.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Stepping out onto any lookout, you are invited to connect with an amazing example of some of the most unusual terrain on this planet, making you feel as though you are stepping foot on the edge of another world.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Capitol Reed is filled with geology that takes shape, color, and dimension to a level beyond comprehension.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip
“Carlsbad Caverns National Park is best described as living artwork.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip