Time to put your thinking caps on travelers, and come up with not only the answer to what this is, but where in the park system it is. Of course, if you get the first answer, you'll have the second, as well.
After a long, long hiatus, the Mystery Photo returns to the Traveler. How sharp are you? Have many parks have you visited? How is your memory of those visits? Bottom line, where was this photo taken, and what is it?
It doesn't fly, but the object of this week's Mystery Photo can help you tell which way the wind is blowing.
My, what a nice patina you have! But what are you? Get the answer right -- what is it, and in which park is it located and where exactly? -- and we'll qualify you for our monthly prize giveaway.
An object so brightly hued can't be nature, can it? It can, if you know where in the National Park System to look.
A piece of tree trunk, a slat or two of wood, what else do you need to build a cupboard? But, where is it?
During 2009, Traveler posted 67 national park-themed quizzes, mystery photos, mystery spots, and mystery plants. They’re all listed here, complete with links.
There I was, standing on a shelf of rock that borders Cathedral Lake in Yosemite National Park with Cathedral Peak and other crags lining the horizon, and I couldn't take my eyes off the ground.
Water water everywhere, and more than a drop to drink. But where is that water? And what are those islands?