ECU is particularly excited about this app because our team assisted NPS to develop, test, and deploy the user-centric native mobile app, which is already tracking at over 1.8 million impressions on iOS. Download it (iOS or Android) at http://bitly.ws/eUrq
To help you get outside, our team has some recommendations for you. Be sure to check out more of our faves in a future blog.
Glacier National Park, Montana Hany Anbar, Director of Digital Customer Experience
There’s something about experiencing just how large our nation is and how small we really are when visiting that park. It opens you up to seeing life in an entirely new way. It was at these depths within the park where I found myself not only among some of the most beautiful landscapes you’ll ever see but also among some of the last great wild places left on earth. It’s tough because no matter how many trees you’ve seen or mountain tops you’ve climbed — there are always new wonders waiting to be found once again, like a living book full of stories that never end.
Muir National Monument, California
Jackie Krick, CEO
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
Thomas Becher, APR, Director of PR & Marketing Services
With its vista-riddled drive along Skyline Drive and 500 miles of hiking trails up and down rocky, wooded ridgelines with spectacular views, Shenandoah has it all close to Washington, D.C., so you don’t have to drive for days to enjoy. While you may see more crowds than at more remote parks, you won’t need long to find an empty trail or isolated peak to make you feel like the only one on earth.