11 Most Awe-Inspiring National Forests In The United State

Himanshi singh       May 19, 2020

#White Mountain National Forest, Maine

         The White Mountain National Forest is located between Maine and New Hampshire. It covers roughly 600 km2 of gorgeous forest, Appalachian mountains, and stunning waterways featuring 67 different lakes, 48km2 of wetlands, 6,437 km of streams, and 35 different watersheds. 

#Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina

      Pisgah National Forest has an area of roughly 20,25 km2 made up of temperate hardwood forest, white water rivers and waterfalls, and majestic mountains. It sits in the western part of North Carolina and is a popular destination for outdoor recreational activities. 

#Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington

     Gifford Pinchot National Forest is located in the state of Washington and is a jaw-dropping display of natural beauty. It is one of the oldest national forests in the country and is 5,348 km2 in area. 

#Superior National Forest, Minnesota

    The Superior National Forest has a very fitting name, given its more beautiful-than-average appearance. The forest is located along the U.S.-Canada border in the state of Minnesota. The park also encompasses a large portion of the Lake Superior shoreline, for which it is named. 

#Tongass National Forest, Alaska

    The Tongass National Forest in Alaska is impressive visually but also in size. It is the largest national forest in the United States and covers an area of 67,582 km2. Much of this is a lush landscape of temperate rainforest, as well as several islands and a significant length of North America's Western coastline, including the Coast Mountains. 

#Dixie National Forst, Utah

    Another visually stunning national forest is the Dixie National Forest in Utah. The forest has an area of 7,645 km2 and covers much of southern Utah. In fact, it is the largest national forest in Utah, a state with many state parks, national parks, and forests. Dixie sits between the Colorado River and the Great Basin. 

#Sierra National Forest, California

    The lush Sierra National Forest covers 5,300 km2 in central California along the Sierra Nevada's western slope. It borders the famous Yosemite National Park and Kings Canyon National Park and is renowned for its impressive beauty and scenic views. 

#White River National Forest, Colorado

    White River National Forest is located in northwest Colorado. It covers 9,250 km2 and includes the White River, for which it was named. The park has ten major mountain peaks, Hanging Lake and Harper Park Lake. This combination of lakes and mountains makes the forest an impressive natural sight, 

#Ocala National Forest, Florida 

   The Ocala National Forest in southern Florida is one of the country's most unique national forests, offering some gorgeous, awe-inspiring views. The forest occupies 1566 km2 and includes the world's largest contiguous sand pine scrub forest. The forest is full of waterways that make for a picturesque Floridian scene 

#Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky

  The Daniel Boone National Forest is located in the state of Kentucky. It was first established in 1937 and covers an area of around 8,500 km2. The forest stands out visually due to the many water features within its borders. These include three tributaries of the Ohio River: 

#Black Hill National Forest, South Dakota And Wyoming

  Black Hill National Forest covers 5,072 km2 of land between South Dakota and Wyoming. Impressive rock formations such as the Cathedral Spires rocks and Black Elk Peak stand out along the skyline for a unique and awe-inspiring view.  

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