Virtual Wanderlist: The National Parks Edition

If you yearn for wide open spaces, the National Parks Service has teamed up with Google to bring the beauty of several National Parks to your home. Or office. Or, you know, home office.

Fire or ice. Deep or high. Which will you visit first?

The following parks offer Park Ranger guided tours to hidden parts of the parks not generally visited by the average tourist.

Many of the other parks can be explored using a version of Google Maps’ street view or Google Earth,including several Texas parks like San Antonio's San Juan, San Jose, San Francisco and Mission Concepcion, and Guadalupe Mountains and Big Bend both in far West Texas.  And they haven’t neglected park visitors’ centers, making available a number of interactive gallery collections as well.

This colab is an exceptional way to travel the breadth of the country without ever leaving your home. Which is lucky, given that right now most of us can’t.

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