The 6 Best National Parks to Visit in Winter Season - United States(USA)

National parks are more than just summer mountaineering. Take a look at these 6 National Parks in the winter to get rid of your cold-weather winters.

Yosemite National Park-California

This is the oldest low skiing area in California, known as snowboarding and yosemite skiing. You can enjoy a side of history here with your skiing. Located on Glacier Point Road in the park, the elevator serves 10 points and has more than 90 miles of trails for cross-country snow or ice skating.


You can climb 10.5 miles to Glacier Point for an unforgettable winter experience, overlooking the Yosemite Valley, the Half Barrier, and the Yosemite Falls.

Death Valley National Park-California

Death Valley is the hottest and driest place in North America, setting a world record for the highest air temperature (134 degrees). Surprisingly, it is not a place you want to visit in the summer.

Death Valley national park

According to NPS, in the winter, you get mild temperatures, rarely below freezing, and a small crowd - a few weeks after Thanksgiving and the busiest time of the year before Christmas. The Death Valley Ranch is located adjacent to the NPS Visitor Center and is easily accessible from the park.

Olympic National Park-Washington

The Olympics are one of three national parks with a full ski area in winter. (To find the other two, read on.) Hurricane Ridge Ski and Snowboard Area have one elevator and two tugs-of-war, operating from mid-December to March, depending on conditions.

Olympic National Park

Ski here, you can technically brag, "I went to the Olympics" without lying. The Elva Ranch Bed and Bath overlooks the Olympic National Park and the Glacier Mountains.

Grand Canyon National Park-Arizona

Approximately five million people visit the Grand Canyon each year, but only about 10 percent come in the winter. The northern rim is closed in winter, but the southern rim is fully open throughout the year.

Grand Canyon National Park

Some roads that were closed to private vehicles in the summer reopen for the winter (depending on the weather), allowing you to explore at your own pace. The temperature at the southern border is generally cold, but if you go to the canyon deck, the weather gets warmer and reaches 60 degrees on a winter day.

Everglades National Park-Florida

Winter is the best time to visit Everglades National Park. You usually have a low humidity temperature in the high 70s, which is prone to insect bites that can be common in the summer, making it easier to find animals where the water level drops.

There are no hotels in the park (although there are two camps), but Everglades is adjacent to the park, and there are overnight options. The Everglades City Motel is affordable and is a five-minute drive from the park.

Big Bend National Park-Texas

Big Bend National Park serves as the border between the United States and Mexico, providing a unique way to travel between the two countries.

Guests can pay $ 5 for a small boat ride across the Rio Ground, or you can travel for free (at your own risk, and only in designated areas when the water level drops). Winter is the best time to visit Big Bend, National Park. During the day, the temperature is usually between 60-70 degrees, and in summer, it can be dangerously hot (above 100 degrees).


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