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Ask Andrew - Beartooth Pass

Beartooth Pass Yellowstone National Park

Ask Andrew - Beartooth Pass

Beartooth Pass is located just east of Yellowstone National Park and is a great side trip to combine with a visit to Lamar Valley.  Learn about this drive that is not to be missed!

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Ask Andrew - Zion National Park

Zion National Park

Ask Andrew - Zion National Park

Andrew traveled to Zion National Park in 2016.  Find out his favorite parts of the park!

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Just Go to Acadia National Park – Hiking the Beehive Trail

Acadia National Park

Just Go to Acadia National Park – Hiking the Beehive Trail

Due to its location in our neighboring state of Maine (a 5+ hour drive from where we live in New Hampshire), Acadia National Park has received numerous visits from our family over the past 15 years. Each time we visit, we explore a different part of the park. Acadia has so much to offer--from meandering ocean paths and tide pools to carriage roads perfect for biking. On our most recent visit this summer, the three kids opted to stay back at the lake house with their grandparents while Pete and I set out to explore the rocky cliffs of Acadia!...

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Ask Andrew - Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Ask Andrew - Yellowstone National Park

Andrew traveled to Yellowstone National Park in June 2017.  We asked him for his thoughts on the park, and here is what he wrote. You can learn about Andrew here.  1. What was the most memorable part of your visit to Yellowstone National Park? I loved seeing the wildlife and I enjoyed how there were a variety of animals. I especially liked how they were mixed all throughout the park, and certain species were not just isolated to one individual area.      2. Did you see any wildlife?  If so, what types? My family and I saw lots of bison. The bison were...

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Just Go to Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Hiking the Caprock-Coulee Trail in the North Unit

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Just Go to Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Hiking the Caprock-Coulee Trail in the North Unit

Everyone knows who Theodore Roosevelt is, but few people know about his namesake park. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in western North Dakota and has three separate parts—the popular South Unit (in Medora, ND), the Elkhorn Ranch Unit and the North Unit (closest to Watford City, ND). Popular national parks like Yellowstone and Yosemite receive upwards of 4-5 million visitors per year. Theodore Roosevelt had just over 750,000 visitors last year and less than a third of those visitors made it to the North Unit. Our family tends to prefer getting off the beaten path. So, when a park ranger...

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