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The nation's first protected park area still offers rest and relaxation to weary travelers willing to dip their toes into its healing waters.
You cant ramp Mother Nature, but these U.S. treasures are still very inviting to wheelchair-users and slow walkers, and a revamped Access Pass makes visits very affordable vacation choices.
While Yosemite, Yellowstone, and the like are endlessly feted and become packed with patrons, National Historic Sites and National Monuments are lightly visited.
In 2009 Great Smoky Mountains National Park will celebrating its 75th anniversary and -- luckily for visitors -- the park has never looked better.
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From ctfirefly: "I am going to be in Alaska mid-late September. We will be at Denali from the 19-21 Sept. Can someone please advise if the bus tours of the park are still running then?"
From svchicago: "We are in Colorado Sept. 15-26. We would like to see Ouray, Durango, Black Canyon and Mesa Verde before heading to Breckenridge where we are staying for the last seven days of our trip."
From Choppers: "We are planning to go to Yosemite in late September. I have been reading that there is smoke from the recent fires obscuring views and creating poor air conditions."
From suparikh: "We are planning a relaxing, siteseeing trip to Powell, Bryce and Zion. We do have hotel in Page. Any suggestions on viewing points or trip pointers considering that we have a 3-year old with us?"

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