We have found the 11 most beautiful national parks on our beautiful planet. Experience autumn red, gold and shining splendor: from China to Britain.
The temperatures fall, the days get shorter and the landscape changes dramatically. The most spectacular national parks turn into a color palette of falling red, gold, brown and orange leaves as far as the eye can see.
We will show you the 11 most beautiful places to see this fall show. Dress up warm and enjoy these amazing parks!
01. Grib Forest, Zealand, Rold, Jutland and Norreskov, Funen – Denmark
We start at home, and no matter which province you are, then you can find beautiful woods with a blaze of leaves. Some of the most beautiful major forest areas in the country, see the Grib Forest, Zealand, Rold, Jutland and the enchanted Norreskov Fyn (photo). Also, Deer Park, and the area at Furesoen near Copenhagen recommended. Most places you can both walking and cycling, forests featuring flashing lakes – and in Deer Park, you can enjoy the view from the lookout point at the Hermitage Palace.
02. Lake District, United Kingdom
England’s largest national park is a popular holiday destination, not least because this is where you find the highest mountain in the country: Scafell Pike and also the nation’s largest and deepest lakes. The beautiful landscape those 200 years ago mesmerized and inspired the romantic poet William Wordsworth, is a great place to enjoy the last rays of sunshine before winter arrives.
03. Cairngorms, Scotland
Cairngorms National Park in Scotland is the largest in Britain. The park has not only the highest point in the Cairngorms, but also villages, whiskey distilleries and castles surrounded by hills, deep lakes and ancient forests.
04. Saxon Switzerland National Park, Germany
The name cheat a little, for the Saxon Switzerland National Park is located in Germany near the city of Dresden. This forest area is dotted with impressive rock formations, the 194-meter-high Bastei cliffs are the best known. They are connected with a man made of sandstone, which offers stunning views of the surroundings.
05. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA
About 120 km from New York can enjoy the tranquility and the spectacular views of Shenandoah National Park. With the Blue Ridge Mountains in the background, you can go for long walks here or go jogging – there are 200,000 hectares of land with mature trees in red and orange colors in the autumn months to put a route.
06. Jiuzhaigou National Park, China
Jiuzhaigou National Park means “valley of nine villages” because of the nine Tibetan villages in the park, and this park has been declared UNESCO heritage – and also a World Biosphere Reserve. The wonderful park has several clear and unique turquoise lakes and waterfalls, surrounded by yellow and orange flammende trees.
07. Naejangsan National Park, South Korea
The name of the national park Naejangsan means “inside” or “hidden” because many animal and plant species hiding here with 12 endangered species. It is one of the most beautiful places in South Korea with a very pure nature.
08. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA
The sloping mountain range, Teton mountains that proudly rise above 300,000 hectares of land is beautiful in contrast to the golden mountain forests. The park has a very varied wildlife including grizzly bears and bison.
09. Triglav National Park, Slovenia
In Slovenia’s only national park, Triglav, you will find Slovenia’s highest mountain of the same name, named after the Slavic name for a three-¬headed god who lived here. The park covers four percent of Slovenia’s total area and is a popular place for locals for hiking, fishing and cycling.
10. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
Mount Rainer National Park has an active volcano: it is 4392 meters high, and has more than 25 glaciers, dozens of forests, meadows and waterfalls. In autumn transformed the entire area into a large colorful bouquet, with the exception of “Snowy Peak” which stands stark white contrast.
11. National Park De Hoge Veluwe, Netherlands
The National Park De Hoge Veluwe is a fenced area that covers more than 5,000 hectares of woodland, moors, sand drifts trails and creeks. This is a perfect place to experience autumn. Take a walk in the park, watch the deer and wild boar. You can also bike and visit the famous Kröller-Müller Museums.