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thanks Richard . Yes, I saw a monitor lizard that I put up in the reptiles thread. I also saw two wallabies hopping across the road a couple of km's into the park. It'll be a few years, but it's getting there.
 
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West Temple in Zion National Park, taken from Blowhard Mountain, 27 miles away.

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And West Temple taken from Lava Point, 10 miles away (and with more smoke).

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Sunset at Valley Forge NP.

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Bouldering - Mt Cooke - Monadnocks National Park
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Granite boulders on the peak of Mt Cooke in the Monadnocks National Park, Western Australia.

We were walking the Bibbulmun Track in this section as part of Ibu Anne’s training to complete the Oxfam Trailwalker 50km. Anne ticked off the Trailwalker in early October 2018, having completed the 50 km walk.
 
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Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming.

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Grand Teton National Park

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Yellowstone National Park

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Redwoods National and State Parks

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Arches National Park

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Canyonlands National Park

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Our seventh National Park in two months: The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Of course this one is a short 40 minutes away.
 

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Our seventh National Park in two months: The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Of course this one is a short 40 minutes away.
Get a National Park Card every year and see to it that you visit more then enough parks to offset the cost!
I always buy a National Park Card when I visit the US, it saves me money and I don't hesitate to visit a National Park because of the cost.
I just wish that card would also allow entrance to State Parks!
 
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Get a National Park Card every year and see to it that you visit more then enough parks to offset the cost!
I always buy a National Park Card when I visit the US, it saves me money and I don't hesitate to visit a National Park because of the cost.
I just wish that card would also allow entrance to State Parks!
We bought a card on entrance to Grand Teton. It let us explore Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Redwoods, Arches, and Canyonlands. Well worth the small cost.
The GSMNP is actually free to enter and explore.
 

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Get a National Park Card every year and see to it that you visit more then enough parks to offset the cost!
I always buy a National Park Card when I visit the US, it saves me money and I don't hesitate to visit a National Park because of the cost.
I just wish that card would also allow entrance to State Parks!
I guess it depends on the state. I’ve never run across a state park in Missouri that charges an entry fee—most of the department of conservation’s revenue comes from hunting and fishing license sales, so “shooting“ with a camera is totally free! Though we have no national parks in our state. :(
 
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I guess it depends on the state. I’ve never run across a state park in Missouri that charges an entry fee—most of the department of conservation’s revenue comes from hunting and fishing license sales, so “shooting“ with a camera is totally free! Though we have no national parks in our state. :(
Some states do charge for state park entrance. They also usually have yearly or lifetime passes available.
 

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Some states do charge for state park entrance. They also usually have yearly or lifetime passes available.
Discover Pass in Washington for state parks. $30/yr. or $10/day. Used to be free.

Too many passes to keep track of. I also have "Geezer Pass" for federal lands. I got it when it was $10 lifetime. Now 80 bucks.
 

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The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk - SCWA 2018 01
by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk rises to 40 metres into the forest canopy allowing visitors to experience walking through the treetops of Western Australia's tingle trees. The Valley of Giants is part of the Walpole-Nornalup National Park.

The walk itself is about 600 metres long and is quite an experience, more so when it is windy.

Taken whilst on a south-coast of Western Australia road trip in December 2018 with my youngest son.
 

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Bridging the North Face - Mt Frankland [Caldyanup] - SCWA 2018 02
by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

Circling Mt Frankland on the Caldyanup Trail via the Soho Lookout. This trail loops around the granite bulk of Mount Frankland through the karri forest with views beyond.

From the top of Mount Frankland, you have 360-degree views of the Walpole Wilderness.

Dr J Wilson named Mount Frankland after climbing Mount Lindesay during his explorations north and west of Albany in 1829. He named Mount Frankland after the then Surveyor-General of Tasmania. The Aboriginal name for Mount Frankland is Caldyanup.

Taken on December 11, 2018, whilst on a south-coast of Western Australia road trip with my youngest son.
 

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