The US national park turn 100

While nature has had a hand in sculpting the awe-inspiring majesty of the US National Parks, it’s the people who work tirelessly to conserve, protect and share the parks that keep them pristine and perennially available to all who visit.

In commemoration of the Park Service’s centenary on 25 August 2016, BBC Travel uncovers the hidden, unknown side of the parks through the people who know them most intimately: rangers, field guides, scientists, artists and passionate enthusiasts. Each voice reveals a side to the parks that most tourists never see, as well as providing a unique glimpse into what it takes to do their jobs day in and day out.

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