National Parks to Visit in the Winter Instead of the Summer

Just like public parks in major cities get crowded as soon as temperatures hit high 60s, national parks get busy during the summer. But consider the possibility of enjoying nature when it’s a lot less packed and just as beautiful in the winter.

You may even find trading your hiking boots for new skis or snowshoes refreshing. The colder weather and the snow make going to a natural park a completely different experience. The busy trails are now calm retreats, and the white fine fluff covering the landscape shows you another side of nature’s splendor.

Whatever your reasoning may be, certain places should absolutely not be overlooked just because it’s winter, and sitting by the fireplace is warm and comfy.

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