When photographer Corey Arnold traveled across the country to meet the next generation in the national parks, he asked the young park enthusiasts to describe the extreme landscapes around them.
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With otherworldly landscapes and rich colors, national parks are among the most beautiful places in the United States. They’re also more popular than ever, but the Park Service says most of the visitors are older, leaving many to wonder if the next generation will continue to appreciate the National Park System. When photographer Corey Arnold traveled across the country to meet some of the younger national park enthusiasts, he asked them to describe the extreme landscapes around them.
For more content, read "Can the Selfie Generation Unplug and Get Into Parks?" from National Geographic Magazine's October 2016 issue.
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