The 5 Most Dangerous U.S. National Parks

North Cascades National Park Known for its rugged terrain, it has a high rate of search and rescue operations due to challenging hiking conditions.

Denali National Park: Features extreme weather conditions and difficult terrain, making it dangerous for inexperienced hikers and climbers.

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Its remote location, vast wilderness, and potential for wildlife encounters pose significant risks to visitors.

Yellowstone National Park: Home to geothermal features and wildlife, visitors face dangers from hot springs, geysers, and encounters with animals like bison and bears.

Grand Teton National Park: Its challenging mountain terrain and unpredictable weather conditions make it hazardous for climbers and hikers.