Most People Don’t Know This Majestic Nevada Park Is Hiding A Mammoth Glacier

Great Basin National Park is located in eastern Nevada — near the Utah border — and is, truly, one of Nevada’s most beautiful areas. From the impressive Wheeler Peak to the mysterious Lehman Caves to the world’s oldest tree stump, Prometheus — and much more — this majestic park has a secret not many people know. In fact, there is a mammoth glacier hiding in plain view.

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Great Basin National Park is located five miles west of Baker off Nevada State Highway 488. When you visit, plan to spend a few days to enjoy everything this fantastic park has to offer. For more information or directions, please call (775) 234-7331 or visit the National Park Service’s website.

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