There are many perks that come with visiting national parks in the winter: relative solitude, gorgeous snowscapes, and deserted trails that are ideal for trying out snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. It’s a family tradition of ours to head into Rocky Mountain National Park the day after Thanksgiving and burn off those pie calories on the trail.
However, many of the northerly national parks are walloped with snow in the winter, which buries roads and cuts off access to major attractions.
Not so with these five national parks, which shine in the cooler months. In fact, these are the ones you want to visit when the thermometer takes a dive. Click here to read the article!