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My wife and I are having our first visit to Yellowstone in two weeks (we very recently moved out west), so I started thinking about the NPS. If you're not in the USA and have never been to one of our parks, you can describe whatever's equivalent (as far as things can be across nations) for your life. If you've never been to a single national park, which one(s) would you like to see before you die?

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Well... Actually we have quite a few of those over here.

I'm not extremely proud to admit, that I have only visited the closest one to my hometown, which technically both is and isn't located here, since it's a shared location with the neighboring town. It's called Hiidenportti.

http://www.nationalparks.fi/hiidenporttinp

EDIT: I just noticed, that I was incorrect, saying that it wasn't completely on this side of the city border. It's just such a vast area, that certain distances seem to go forever and ever.

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ZonkeyBalls 16 days ago

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wow thats gorgeous!

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astral_queen 15 days ago

Yosemite a few times, Yellowstone also. Grand Canyon State Park also.
Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom in Cambodia.
Viantiane , Laos also.

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Rooster 16 days ago

Yellowstone, Royal Gorge, The Grand Tetons.

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StarzAbove 16 days ago

Including National Monument Sites and National Historic Parks?

Acadia. Grand Canyon. Petrified Forest. Women's Rights. Hawaii Volcanoes Park. Great Smokies National Park. Gateway Arch. Statue of Liberty. New Orleans Jazz Park. Saratoga National Site. Valley Forge. Gettsysburg. Williamsburg.

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VicZinc 16 days ago

Grand Canyon, and in Canada Banff, Jasper, Mont Revelstoke, Kootney Park.

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SynysterGates 16 days ago

Yellowstone.

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Linnster 16 days ago

Yosemite, Lassen Volcanic, Pinnacles, Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Redwoods

I've never been to any outside of California. I would love to see the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone, though.

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Logan 16 days ago

The Brecon Beacons-here in Wales.But I do live very close.

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Blewynanifail 16 days ago

Grand Canyon, Yosimite, Muir Woods, Stonehenge, Arlington Cemetary, Gettysburg Battle Field, Fort Niagara, West point, Niagara Falls, Queen Mary 2, USS Pampanito....

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Will_Janitor 15 days ago

I live in one. Does that count?

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Sofia 15 days ago

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omg yes!!! how exciting

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astral_queen 14 days ago

Yellowstone and numerous other ones.

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Trish 14 days ago

Most

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DW2 13 days ago

Yosemite. I thought I would see El Capitan, but it was already late afternoon and a twenty mile drive, so I said to myself "Why bother? I've seen a mountain before." One big benefit from the trip was that I learned how to pronounce "Tuolumne": wrong - every time.

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that_guy 10 days ago

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