Great Basin National Park sits in the shadow of Wheeler Peak and is known for its 5,000-year-old bristlecone pine trees. In the winter, Great Basin’s snowy slopes offer opportunities for skiing and snowshoeing. Fall and spring are perfect times to camp and enjoy the natural beauty of the park, while summer is the time for hiking, fishing, and stargazing in the clear desert sky. All-year-round visitors can tour the Lehman Caves, hike any of the numerous trails, or visit the Baker Archeological Site.
Great Basin National Park, Baker, Nevada, US, +1 775 234 7331