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7 U.S. National Parks With the Most Incredible Trees

Discover the unique and awe-inspiring trees you can find in our national parks.

These national parks are known for their characteristic trees—several are even named after their signature tree species. Trees are vital parts of their ecosystems and are important contributors to the environment by providing habitats for wildlife, improving air quality, conserving water, and preventing soil erosion. Visit the forests in your local area, or plan a trip to marvel at these famous trees with the National Geographic Guide to the National Parks of the United States, 8th Edition.

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