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【National Parks】Top 10 Most Visited American National Parks

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发表于 2011-6-12 20:47:05 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
转载自National Geographic
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5 y, ]! u: y' S9 i3 A1. Great Smoky MountainsPhotograph by Kushal Mukherjee, My Shot; \) B' k" G) a* X9 h" A' s6 d0 [
Clouds obscure a valley in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The nation’s busiest park, Great Smoky Mountains draws more than nine million visitors a year, twice the number of any other national park. It's located in Tennessee and North Carolina.
- S; y; L4 @" y( B: m( {2 LGreat Smoky MountainsPhotograph by Siyuan Yang, My Shot: [! J- ?' _+ R( b
Fog casts a veil over Clingmans Dome, the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains at 6,643 feet. The park preserves the world’s best examples of deciduous forest and a matchless variety of plants and animals.
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# _# `# z$ _# P6 ]* i2. Grand CanyonPhotograph by Mihail Diaconu, My Shot# M0 ^' K  I( X( x  R  |* r
The setting sun strikes the Grand Canyon's North Rim. Nearly five million people travel to the canyon each year.
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Grand CanyonPhotograph by Chris Laurion, My Shot
- }2 I' ]* [1 U6 @  I& N, cA visitor takes in the view from the South Rim of Arizona’s Grand Canyon. Ninety percent of travelers first see the canyon from the South Rim, but crowds can be avoided by hiking the park’s many trails or driving to the cool evergreen forests of the North Rim.8 w7 q& V$ w, Z# ^
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3. YosemitePhotograph by Phil Hawkins, My Shot7 @- Y1 i* [/ l
The 317-foot Vernal Fall is seen from a gorge in California’s Yosemite National Park. In addition to waterfalls, the park boasts deep valleys, ancient sequoias, and hundreds of animal species.6 M- `: c) A5 ~& I2 b0 ], R
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' O5 I4 `' f5 [% q3 [. F# _Winter sunlight appears to set Yosemite National Park’s Horsetail Fall aflame. The third most visited national park, Yosemite is also a UNESCO World Heritage site./ u2 G4 }4 Y% ^* P; A+ C! z. P

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4. YellowstonePhotograph by Ed Riche, My Shot/ [3 Y: L/ P; `( q) }
Fog from a nearby hot spring nearly conceals two bison grazing on winter grasses in Yellowstone National Park. The park is also home to elk, bighorn sheep, grizzly bears, and other Rocky Mountain fauna.
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YellowstonePhotograph by Rade Svorcan, My Shot
& A" S: B7 C( J2 U7 {The Lone Star Geyser erupts in Yellowstone National Park. Located in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, the park has more geysers and hot springs than anywhere else on Earth.$ E2 F) i5 t, t) X

+ k0 O7 Q8 t, n7 P1 Q2 F5. Rocky MountainPhotograph by Mark Sanders, My Shot1 j7 I. s  G0 v1 o1 p
Sweeping vistas are a main attraction at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. The park contains 150 lakes and 450 miles of streams, plus ecosystems ranging from wetlands to pine forests to montane areas to alpine tundra.  P! E( i! B( l$ U
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Rocky MountainPhotograph by Zack Clothier, My Shot2 |1 E8 _$ I7 C, k
An elk in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. A wide variety of animals inhabit the park, including beaver, elk, and bighorn sheep, as well as many bird species.& ^% u" f/ |0 Z1 }
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6. OlympicPhotograph by David Yegerlehner, My Shot
6 Q( G, l8 d" {. ZRock outcroppings called sea stacks are home to birds and other animals on the Pacific shore of Washington’s Olympic National Park. The shore is one of three distinct ecosystems within the park.
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OlympicPhotograph by Sean Kelly, My Shot
( V: H7 S, J, w; o; uOlympic National Park encompasses 1,441 square miles of the Olympic Peninsula. Because of the park’s relatively unspoiled condition and outstanding scenery, UNESCO has declared it both an international biosphere reserve and a World Heritage site.; v* B) |- f5 C8 v( g
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7. Grand TetonPhotograph by Daman Sidhu, My Shot: Q+ w8 t& ^1 h2 M4 d2 ?/ y7 O
Autumn brings vibrant color to a valley in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Though visitors can enjoy the park year-round, September and October bring pleasant days, brisk nights, fewer crowds, and a better chance of seeing elk than in summer.
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Grand TetonPhotograph by Christopher Zimmer, My Shot' K2 R2 b: B0 b: R2 W% r" ]$ D6 @
The peaks of the Teton Range are seen at sunrise from Schwabacher Landing, a popular viewing point. Unencumbered by foothills, the regal and imposing peaks make one of the boldest geologic statements in the Rockies.
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8. ZionPhotograph by Victor Novikov, My Shot
8 r" k/ F" l( |  G6 q6 jRising in Utah’s high plateau country, the Virgin River carves its way through Zion Canyon to the desert below. The park’s striking vertical topography—rock towers, sandstone canyons, and sharp cliffs—attracts 2.5 million visitors a year.- h+ r* `4 H0 m& X' v

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A climber tests a sandstone boulder in Utah’s Zion National Park. Established in 1919, Zion has more than 100 miles of wilderness trails crisscrossing the backcountry.
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9. AcadiaPhotograph by Steve Shpall, My Shot
; o+ U) t8 r' i; f2 O9 b& _Sea and mountain meet at Acadia National Park in Maine. Most of the park is on Mount Desert Island, a patchwork of parkland, private property, and seaside villages.3 A4 F4 b( c) |- n  i+ D

( y# {' b$ `+ xAcadiaPhotograph by Alex Filatov, My Shot) M1 U! a  s6 U% j$ q7 l" j  W+ z
Eagle Lake is visible from a wooded hill at Acadia National Park. The park has more than 120 miles of hiking trails, which range from easy strolls along the ocean to steep climbs up Cadillac and other mountains.) Z$ E& X+ [5 t" \2 X) v

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( \0 |! x3 P* R; I4 T: h  eAlthough Brandywine Falls draws most of the tourists to Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley National Park, less crowded Blue Hen Falls, pictured here, offers an oasis in the middle of a heavily forested valley.8 w% L7 t6 w2 y, M) U
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Cuyahoga ValleyPhotograph by Stephen Estvanic, My Shot
0 ~* o" @, z3 n' v: v$ QA cardinal perches on a branch along the popular Towpath Trail at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Established in 2000, the park features marshes with abundant wildlife, vistas of tree-covered hills, and secluded trails through rugged gorges.  j0 b" N  j* ?
发表于 2011-6-12 21:04:13 | 显示全部楼层
图片真漂亮啊,去了估计更好玩
发表于 2011-6-13 16:38:31 | 显示全部楼层
大烟山排第一啊。2 U$ \( I  H( z! ]# b# w' M& x
东南人民真不容易。2 b1 l( B, g2 v- _0 m5 v
不过比德州还是好点。
 楼主| 发表于 2011-6-13 18:07:12 | 显示全部楼层
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# e7 X( |) r6 S+ }& ?; i其实要是德州+新墨西哥人口能和美东比,咱Big Bend也能排第一
发表于 2017-4-14 04:49:52 | 显示全部楼层
看起来好美啊!想去!
发表于 2017-4-25 17:36:47 | 显示全部楼层
太美啦~~赞个~~~
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