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Top 10 Least Visited National Parks

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Many national parks get millions of visitors each year.

A campsite can feel like something you need to wait in line for… not ideal.

Sometimes you just want to venture out and avoid all the crowds. The National Park Service recently released some of the quietest national parks on the map.

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Nestled at the foot of the Hidden Hills — hidden from the typical California crowds is Calabasas. A cozy town set apart from the bright lights and urban sprawl of Los Angeles.

The Anza Hotel is located in the heart of Calabasas and features spacious, airy guest rooms with a residential feel, making it an ideal place for a relaxing stay. Lounge by the hotel pool or head out and enjoy nearby activities like shopping at boutiques in Old Town Calabasas, and visits to the legendary beaches of Malibu.

If you care about the outdoors, there are many ways to give back. Some are simple acts like following Leave No Trace principles. However, others take a step further and make a significant difference in the outdoors. One of those people is Valerie Motyka, a wildlife rescuer. Motyka owns Arizona Wildlife Resource, an organization that educates people about wildlife and helps rescue animals in need. The organization focuses primarily on owls.

And they were excited too...

Motyka spoke with Outdoors.com about how she started working with wildlife and what you need to know to make a difference.

Give it a read below!

Enjoying sunrise while car camping over a cliff in Sedona, Arizona with girlfriend and dog.

For anybody who enjoys spending time outside, it’s important to understand how to care for our public lands and wild spaces. This is the purpose of conservation, but as outdoor enthusiasts, it’s important to play our individual roles in protecting the places we recreate. The most effective way to do this is by following Leave No Trace.

Leave No Trace is a set of guidelines and principles that help outdoor recreationalists understand their part in keeping wild spaces wild. The purpose of Leave No Trace is to reduce the long-term impact that our presence in the outdoors can have on our public lands.

Here’s is your guide to fully understanding Leave No Trace, so that you can do your part too.

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