This world offers us so much to see and so much to explore. So, what are you waiting for? Are you looking for a journey? We sure hope so! Below is a list of some of the Best National Park Towns you should check out for fun this winter.
1. Grand Lake, Colorado
Park: Rocky Mountain National Park
Colorado is known for its famous Rocky Mountain National Park. It is the perfect park destination if you enjoy spending time in the wilderness! Rocky Mountain National Park has over 350 miles of trails, so you will never get bored. Plus, to keep up your motivation along the way, remember… These trails lead to some of the most amazing scenery in the world. So, go skiing down the glaciers and have fun flying over the steep chutes of Rocky Mountain National park this winter!
Park: Yosemite National Park
One of California’s most famous national parks is Yosemite National Park. It is affordable, with reasonable pricing on skiing and lodging. Yosemite is open all year round and quiet during the winter months. Join Yosemites winter club, host parties, go rock climbing, go skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and snowshoeing. Yosemite National Park is the perfect park for those who may want a variety of quiet and excitement.
3. West Glacier, MT
Park: Glacier National Park
West Glacier is the home of he nations 10th national park, Glacier National Park. The perfect spot to fulfill your ultimate wildlife and adventurous goals! There are 70 species of mammals and over 260 species of birds, therefore... a lot of wildlife! Along with the vast amount of animals, Glacier National Park offers over 700 miles of trails throughout the park. There are also 6 National Historic Landmarks you have to visit while you are there. *Perk: Winter camping is available!
4. Bryce Canyon City, Utah
Park: Bryce Canyon National Park
Utah is also the home of another must see national park, Bryce Canyon National Park. If you enjoy sightseeing and adventure Bryce Canyon is the place to be. It looks as if it is a cave without a ceiling, full of colorful Claron limestones, sandstones, and mudstones. In the winter months It is full of snow, the scenery is beautiful, the red rock spires really pop out. Looking for adventure? Go on a snowshoe hike or take a winter astronomy session.