It has been asked "what do we lose, if we lose the night?" Take a journey through the brilliant night skies of Great Basin National Park. These dark skies are exceptional, but under threat. Ask yourself this question: does a solution exist?
What is the secret to these ancient trees? Join a park ranger as they deliver you into the world of the oldest life on Earth.
Wind, water, and ice have carved the mountains of Great Basin National Park. Beginning in the 19th century, however, another force worked to shape these hills: the miner's pick.
Winter can be harsh in the Great Basin, but it is also the giver of life in the warmer months. See how winter's snow plays an essential role in the ecology of the region.
The geology of Great Basin National Park is very unique. Join Ranger Joseph in exploring one of its lesser visited sites: Lexington Arch.
Last updated: July 9, 2022
100 Great Basin National Park
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