The Wannabe Hikers are back at it again!

It's that time again when the four wannabe hikers go and explore a few more national parks. This time, we decided to visit 3.5 national parks in a span of 4 days!

Our first stop is where you can hit rock bottom: Death Valley National Park in Las Vegas, Nevada. We visited the Badwater Basin Salt Flats, the lowest point in the U.S. We found the sea level sign and realized we were literally rock bottom!

After that, we drove around the park and headed up to Dante's View right before sunset. I would say it was a breathtaking view.

Badwater Basin Salt Flats. Death Valley National Park. Nov. 2021

Dante's View. Overlooking Badwater Basin. Death Valley National Park Nov. 2021

Sunsetting at Dante's View. Death Valley National Park. Nov. 2021

Giant Trees, Redwood Trees

Next, we stopped by Sequoia National Park. The park was partially reopened due to the KNP Fire Complex in September, so we didn’t see much, but we also went to Kings Canyon National Park and stopped by to see the giant redwood trees and General Grant, the second tallest Sequoia in the U.S.

General Grant at Kings Canyon National Park. Nov 2021The tree was too big to photograph.

One word. Yosemite.

Last but not least, we visited Yosemite National Park. I don’t have to explain what I saw in Yosemite. My first time, my other friends' second time back. Below are a few images from my trip.