Walking Company Suggests Two National Parks To Visit In The USA

The USA is a dream destination for walking holidays. Now, a company providing walking trips is suggesting two excellent national parks to visit.
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London, United Kingdom (prHWY.com) March 25, 2013 - There are few destinations that are quite as spectacular when it comes to walking holidays as the USA. This huge country boasts some vast and beautiful wilderness areas, making it a popular destination for hikers all year round. However, one of the problems faced by hikers is choosing the best destination to visit.

Now, Ramblers Holidays, which provides walking holidays in countries across the world, is suggesting two of the best national parks to visit in the country, both of which can be visited on the same holiday.

The first park is Yellowstone National Park. This is one of the most famous national parks anywhere on earth, and is a top destination for hikers who want to explore the wild areas of the USA. The scenery is spectacular, and visitors will also be able to see natural hot springs and geysers when they visit on walking holidays. In addition, they may also be able to spot wild animals including marmots, elk, eagles and even bears.

Grand Teton Park is less well-known than Yellowstone, but it is another excellent destination for walking holidays. The scenery here is very dramatic, and the views of the lakes and mountains are spectacular as some of the land rises to 2,000 metres. Forests and rivers in this pristine park make it an absolute gem for anyone who wants to experience the true wilderness area.

To enquire about and book walking holidays, contact Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, the experts in worldwide, guided walking adventures, at ramblersholidays.co.uk.


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