|Above, Upper Yosemite Falls. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
As this year the National Park Service is celebrating its centennial, more articles on the national parks are coming out.
The latest is from Condé Nast Traveler. It features national park "memorable moments" of several writers.
It begins with:
You’ve probably car-camped in one with your family, contemplated rock formations with friends in another while high as a kite, or hiked through their ancient trees and desolate peaks. Our national parks are turning 100, and today this vast network of rugged landscapes, biblical weather swings, and roving wildlife represents some of the last places where we can still come face-to-face with a vision of America as it once was. Here, a few vocal partisans (some of them from our archives) testify to the parks’ continued power to shock and awe.
To read the stories, go here.