Bryce Canyon National Park

Thor’s Hammer in the Bryce Canyon National Park

Hoodoos, also called Earth Pyramids, Fairy Chimneys, and Tent Rocks, are thin and tall spires of rock that are naturally eroded and protrude from the bottom of arid badlands and basins. They’re called so because of its eerie, distinct, mushroom-like appearance. If anyone wishes to see what these look like, the highest … Read more

Grand Canyon National Park

A view of the Grand Canyon with a Rainbow from Hopi Point

“There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.” This is a quote from Stefanie Payne, author of the book “A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip,” navigated around all of America’s 59 national parks with National … Read more

Glacier National Park

The View of Lake McDonald in the Glacier National Park

Nicknamed the “Crown of the Continent,” Glacier National Park participates as the world’s first international peace park to celebrate the camaraderie and friendship between Canada and the United States. From 1932 up to this day, the Glacier National Park and the Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberton, Canada collaborate in the sustainability, preservation, … Read more