Stories from our nation's treasures.
Explore our nation’s treasures — our National Parks — their history, their people, and their stories. From Denali, the tallest mountain peak, to Death Valley’s Badwater Basin, 282 feet below sea level. Nearly 90 million acres of land and the 20,000 rangers and 246,000 volunteers that protect it all at over 400 individual National Park Service units.
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One episode in and I’m ready to give a five-star review.NANNETTE M.
This podcast sets its sights on you audiobook listeners out there, aspiring to the literary heights of London, Krakauer, and even – in the more gruesome details of this episode’s harrowing survivor’s tale – a Disney-fied McCarthy. That it hits these notes at a time when environmental crises and deregulation threaten all our National Parks makes it an especially poignant reminder of our collective vulnerability in the face of (human) nature.Haute Garbage
37 Days in Yellowstone” by the America’s National Parks Podcast presents the truly captivating story of Truman Everts with equal parts tranquility and suspense similar to The Revenant. Listeners are easily engrossed with the narrator’s natural storytelling cadence and a light score underlying the entire episode. The hosts know the story is worthy of cinematic quality, and they achieve that feat easily within its brief 40 minute runtime. America’s National Parks Podcast succeeds in capturing the natural majesty of their subject matter.RadIsh