Top Multi-Use Trails for Visiting National Parks

In 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed into law an act that established Yellowstone National Park as our first ever national park. Today, America has more than 50 national parks covering over 84 million acres. Here are some of our favorite multi-use trails for visiting the iconic landscapes of these national treasures.

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