Lonely Byways: The highway to Great Basin National Park is the road less traveled

This serene national park is only a four-hour drive from Salt Lake City—it’s also one of the least visited in the entire parks system. More’s the pity, because the austere beauty of Great Basin National Park contains the majesty of snowcapped Wheeler Peak, marble caves and ancient bristlecone pine trees. When the sun sets, you can drink in some of the darkest night skies in America. [Read more]

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