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Visit These 5 Incredible U.S. Forests in 2024

It’s International Day of Forests, a day dedicated back in 2012 to annually celebrating all types of forests and raising awareness about their importance. There are some incredible U.S. forests, including national forests, national parks, and forest reserves to explore and enjoy.

Here are five U.S. forests to visit in 2024:

Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina

With more than 500,000 acres, North Carolina’s Pisgah National Forest is a hardwood forest filled with rivers, waterfalls, and hiking trails.

Olympic National Park, Washington

Olympic National Park is home to the enchanting Hoh Rainforest, one of the few temperate rainforest ecosystems in the United States. It’s a beautiful destination to experience a different type of U.S. forest.

Coconino National Forest, Arizona

Northern Arizona’s Coconino National Forest is a diverse place that encompasses a range of ecosystems, including Ponderosa pine forests, desert, and the famous red rocks of Sedona. It’s a wonderful slice of the American Southwest.

Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho

The Salmon-Challis National Forest of east-central Idaho encompasses more than 4.3 million acres. Included in this vast wilderness is the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area, which the U.S. Forest Service says is the largest contiguous wilderness area in the continental U.S.

Chugach National Forest, Alaska

This U.S. National Forest in south-central Alaska expands across 5.4 million acres. Chugach National Forest is an amazing place to hike, camp, and view wildlife such as black bears, bald eagles, moose, mountain goats, and more.

What U.S. forests would you add to this list?

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