10 Hidden Gems Of Great Basin National Park In Nevada

Located beneath the 13,063-foot Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park is surprisingly one of the least visited national parks. Not far from the Loneliest Road in the America (Highway 50), the remote park offers solitude for those who want to camp, hike or simply enjoy the beautiful back country in peace and quiet. At this 77,180-acre park you will find geological oddities, mountain streams, alpine lakes and these 10 hidden gems:

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Cultural relics, nature, art … Great Basin National Park is full of hidden gems! So, when are you going to visit?