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Nature Valley is sending National Geographic’s Digital Nomad, Andrew Evans, to blog, tweet, and report from one of our national parks – and you chose Grand Teton, WY! He'll begin his journey there in early October 2013. Follow him!

Rugged coastlines, stark granite peaks and historic carriage roads – year after year, people return to Acadia National Park to immerse themselves in the beauty of these unique surroundings.
The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, Everglades National Park is home to vast wetlands, fresh and saltwater marshes, mangroves forests, and sea grass ecosystems.
Within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park lies part of the 6,000-year-old, 120-mile migration corridor known as the Path of the Pronghorns.
The Rat Root River flows directly into Black Bay and on into Rainy Lake and Voyageurs National Park, a water-based park in Northern Minnesota.

Andrew Evans is National Geographic's Digital Nomad. Interact with Andrew on Twitter: @WheresAndrew.

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The national parks are places to experience the pure joy of nature with your family and friends. So grab your backpack, boots, camera and some granola bars and get out and enjoy nature!