These 5 National Parks Of California Will Take Your Breath Away


These 5 National Parks Of California Will Take Your Breath Away

Mar 4, 2021, 7:40:26 AM Life and Styles

Ask the locals what they like best about California, and we bet they'll tell you about the beauty of its landscapes. Find out for yourself by taking inspiration from this list of incredible national parks, which is full of tips and advice on what to do there, especially in the two most popular national parks of Yosemite and Death Valley. There are also many more that you must not skip if you are buying Lahore to Los Angeles flights this year.

Yosemite National Park

In the heart of Yosemite Valley, you'll see more natural wonders in a minute than anywhere else in a day. Yosemite National Park in California is like the jewel in the crown of national parks, offering not only magnificent glaciers but also and above all a host of superlatives:

·      Yosemite Falls is the highest waterfalls.

·      The tallest entire cliff in the world, which is El Capitan, is also here.

The Tioga Road takes you to the heights of the park, where you will walk through the meadows of the Tuolumne and its fabulous hiking trails. Glacier Point's road will give you perhaps the most spectacular view of the national park, which towers over the Yosemite Valley from 975 meters.

You can enjoy here the following:

·      Hiking.

·      Rafting.

·      Fishing.

·      Climbing.

·      Camping.

Redwood National Park

About 300,000 visitors come to Redwood National Park each year to experience the giant redwoods' grandeur, which creates the coastal redwood forest. These trees can exceed 100 meters in height and live for more than 2000 years, making them the tallest and most impressive world. The marine and terrestrial fauna are also remarkable there, particularly the sea lion, the bald eagle, and the brown pelican of California, an endangered species.

Death Valley National Park

Death Valley is one of the largest parks in America, and contrary to popular belief, it's not just a vast expanse of desert. Flora and fauna are particularly rich there. The landscapes are extremely varied. You can admire immense dunes, breathtaking views, or even walk through many canyons. The only problem, the severe temperatures in summer prevents you from fully appreciating this park.

Channel Islands National Park

Although the Channel Islands are just 11 miles off the southern California coast which is less than an hour by boat, few people venture on this string of eight islands, and five make up the national park. But they truly miss a sublime throwback to the California of yesteryear, where craggy arches, thorny spires, and verdant hills loom over the Pacific, with no cars or phones in sight. But you don't have to be in those people whenever you get your Lahore to Los Angeles flights. What makes the Channel Islands even more special are its flora and fauna.

So much so that more than 150 endemic or unique species have earned it the nickname Galapagos of North America. This is the only place in the world where you will see, for example, the Deer Mouse, the Spotted Skunk, and the Channel Island Fox. Equally incredible is the life in the surrounding waters. More than 30 species of marine animals inhabit the surroundings, such as:

·      Sea lions.

·      Elephant seals.

Meet here every summer and see the largest concentration of blue whales in the world. So, you can imagine all the outdoor activities available: kayaking through sea caves, camping on lonely cliffs, hiking to a pinniped colony, diving to explore the bottom populated by giant kelp.

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Pinnacles National Park

In 2013 Upgraded from a national monument to a national park because of its important condor reintroduction program, the Pinnacles National Park is little known. It is one of the best reasons to visit. Its small size of 107 square kilometres sheltering ancient volcanic remains makes it feasible in one day.

With around fifty kilometres of trails for all levels, you will have the choice to hike through magical forests and green valleys, numerous rocky spires, and balanced rocks. Without too many tourists in the park, keep an eye out for condors, these prehistoric raptors with wings that can reach a wingspan of up to 2.90 meters. Their favourite haunts are the High Peaks in the early morning or early evening or along the ridge just southeast of the campground.

The best and most probably the easiest way to reach California from Pakistan is by booking Lahore to Los Angeles flights. Not only because the flights are easily available but also you get better services as well.

Published by saam smith

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