Much of the American West has been carefully preserved in national parks and monuments, allowing visitors to experience unspoiled nature as it appeared to early pioneers.
We like to camp in North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park or cross the Continental Divide in Montana’s Glacier National Park. Yellowstone Park in Wyoming has the largest concentration of geothermal energy in the world and an abundance of wildlife. We will attend the ceremony of lights at the legendary Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. Finally, the feeling of walking on the moon will be real at Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho.
Here, nature’s wild beauty provides some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. One of the must-see national parks in the American West? Yellowstone National Park, the oldest in the United States! It is located mainly in the state of Wyoming. Camping, canoeing, hiking, wildlife viewing (bison, antelopes, coyotes…), waterfalls and hot springs… in terms of outdoor activities, Yellowstone spoils us. The highlight of the show is still its hundred geysers, including « Old Faithful », one of the largest in the world.