Great Basin National Park, NevadaLearn More
Nevada is home to another one of America’s least visited national parks. Located near the Utah border, Great Basin National Park was established in 1986 and has been impressing visitors ever since. It gets its name from the mountainous Great Basin region found between the Sierra Nevada and Wasatch Mountains. The park demonstrates the surprising diversity of the area, including sage-covered foothills, soaring mountains, expansive groves, subterranean caves, and more. One of its most notable features is the abundance of ancient bristlecone pines, the oldest known living organism on Earth. In addition to appreciating the solitude of nature, other popular activities include fishing, birding, spelunking, mountain climbing, and stargazing. Plus, there’s a solid chance you won’t encounter another living soul during your visit.
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