Great Basin National Park
Among the least-visited national parks in the country, Great Basin is a picture of solitude and untouched natural beauty. Perched atop eastern Nevada’s Snake Range at altitudes ranging from 5,000 to 13,000 feet, the park is an homage to the region for which it is named and spotlights the multitude of geography, plant life, and animal life found therein. Great Basin’s top attraction is Lehman Caves.

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