Inside National Parks of California
National Parks of California
For those who like the call of the wild, California has it in spades. The state has 270 state parks, 19 national forests, more than a dozen major mountain ranges, 14 million acres of federal wilderness area, 32 million acres of forest and 21 million acres of desert.
However, it is California’s national parks that are its shining glory, and they offer the chance to see and experience some of America’s most magnificent scenery.
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Why should I visit National Parks of California?
The state has eight in all, matched only by Alaska, with hiking trails, wildlife watching and all manner of other activities to enjoy being in the great outdoors.
TIP Entrance fees for most national parks cost $20 for vehicles, valid for seven days. If you are visiting several or plan to make return visits over a longer period, an annual pass giving unlimited entry to all national parks might be better value, at $80.
TIP The 211-mile John Muir Trail from Yosemite Valley to Mt Whitney, the highest point in the lower 48 states, runs through three national parks and is one of California’s most popular hiking routes.
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