Huge Sitka spruce, western hemlock, and cedar trees, some of which are up to 800 years old, are widespread in this Alaskan wilderness.
Numerous species of wildlife can be found in this area, including elk, javelinas, black bears, rattlesnakes, and many others.
Dixie Forest, which stretches across southern Utah for 170 miles, is sometimes disregarded in favor of surrounding attractions like Zion National Park and the Vermilion Cliffs.
Sky islands certainly don't immediately come to mind when you think of the southwest, but that's exactly what the 1.6 million acres of Cibola National Forest in New Mexico.
Adventurers who want to kayak, climb, fish, ski, and paddle the renowned canoe paths of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness can pack Superior.
A major attraction for hikers, photographers, and campers, with the magnificent Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness and ten mountains peaks rising above 14,000 feet.
Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park, and Mount Whitney are just a few of the world-famous neighbors that cast a shadow over the Sierra National Forest.