Discussion in 'Outdoor World' started by rtaylor76, Feb 20, 2018.
You haven't seen Montana unless you've seen all the cornfields. Lol
Isn't it Glacierless National Park now?
Yosemite circa 1983. Awesome.
I've really enjoyed Badlands National Park in South Dakota. It's an understated landscape compared to many of the western parks, but has it's own quiet beauty. There is an abundance of wildlife and the wide open space is a nice change of pace from the forested environments I frequent in northern MN. I tend to go during the "off season" when visitation is very low. Here are a few photos that I made last year (please pardon the heavy imgur compression/softness):
Not a national park, but the Adirondack state park is pretty nice. I'm there now doing some Nordic skiing.
Snow is nice
If I had to choose a single place, it would be the Dolomites, chosen for beauty, accessibility, and the food.
The only thing it's lacking for me is a sense of of remoteness, Nepal or the Scottish Highlands are great for that.
Waterton is probably my fav, Banff is the most popular by me.
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