Throwback: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve

There are so many fascinating places in the United States. More than 400 of them are in the care of the National Park Service. One of these places is the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado.


The tallest sand dunes in North America are found here. 


Visitors may choose to hike to the sand dunes or just look at the dunes from the visitor center.


The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is worth a visit.

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About Dee Gilbert

I am one half of a couple who loves to travel; the half who likes to write and share travel experiences. Reading about travelers' experiences inspire me more to see the world. So, I thought, perhaps in my own little way I could inspire others, too. :)
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4 Responses to Throwback: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve

  1. ralietravels says:

    We were heading there on our way home from Utah in April when a major snow storm moved in. We just kept on moviing east. It was nice to see your post — maybe the next time we will see the real thing.

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    • Dee Gilbert says:

      Oh, no! Hopefully, no storm next time. You’ll love the Great Sand Dunes. I wish I’d taken the time to hike there, but it was so hot the day we went. I opted to attend the ranger lecture and take pictures from the Visitor Center.

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  2. Diana says:

    Yessss, I love it here! So very unique, it’s one of my favorite National Parks.

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