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Published on Mar 9, 2018
Great Basin National Park truly is "Eden in the Desert." After hours of driving through the remote Utah desert on Highway 50 -- America's Loneliest Road -- we crossed the Nevada state line and soon found ourselves confronted by an unexpected vision: An actual tree-fringed mountainous area. Great Basin National Park is a gem in the Basin and Range. Within an hours drive in the park, you can set off on a challenging hike to the top of Wheeler Peak (13,065 feet), stand in a glacial cirque, marvel at thousands-of-years-old bristlecone pines, butterflies and wildflowers, cool your feet in stunning alpine lakes and rivers, and, believe it or not, walk underground through a cave full of exotic stalactites, stalagmites and shield formations. Camping in the park also opens up a nights of spectacular sky gazing. Thank you to all the friendly and knowledgeable National Park Service employees for making our stay an experience of a lifetime. Larry Richardson created this 4k video for RichardsonArtPhotographyStore.com using a Sony FDR-AX53 camcorder and Apple Final Cut Pro X editing software.