From the northern peaks of the Rocky Mountains all the way to the southern Chihuahuan Desert, the Intermountain Region includes 85 park units within eight states of the American West. The region spans Arizona, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming making the size of the Intermountain region larger than the size of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. With around 11.2 million acres of public land, the Intermountain Region hosts over 57 million visitors annually. 

The region employs approximately 5,700 people and hosts more than 25,500 volunteers during peak travel seasons. The regional office is located in Lakewood, Colorado, with remote offices in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Phoenix, Arizona; and Tucson, Arizona. 

Bison group move at sunrise through Lamar Valley in Yellowstone NP

Parks of the Intermountain Region

Explore the vast and diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage of the Intermountain Region.

Big Bend NP employee talking to the media about a wildfire in the distance.

News

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Employee raptor monitoring at Arches NP

What We Do

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Dancers at La Fiesta de Tumacácori

Events

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Coyote in Glacier National Park

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Youth Conservation Corp in Yellowstone National Park

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Last updated: April 8, 2019