Wyoming Is Home To Two Of The Most Dangerous National Parks In The Country, According To A New Study

Wyoming’s two national parks are recognized as being some of the most beautiful places on Earth. Yellowstone was the world’s very first national park, and Grand Teton is a stunning small park full of iconic scenes straight out of an adventurer’s dream. These little slices of paradise, though, aren’t entirely pleasant – both parks have been named among the most dangerous in the country (take a look at the data here). What makes them so risky?

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To learn more about the dangers of Yellowstone in particular, read Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park Has A Surprisingly Dark And Deadly History.

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