Our friends at The Wilderness Society shared a wonderful post featuring some gorgeous time-lapse photography of our National Parks. Below are a few of our favorites, where we also happen to have projects in 2015!

Yosemite National Park – June 7-13, 2015
There may still be time to throw your pack in the car and join WV in giving back on a backpack adventure in this outstanding National Park. This time-lapse is jaw-droppingly beautiful, but that’s not surprising in Yosemite.

Joshua Tree National Park – October 11-18, 2015
This Southern California National Park receives more than 1 million visitors, and there’s really no question as to why. Our project there is currently full, but you’re welcome to add your name to the waitlist in case of a cancellation, which does happen. And you can join us next year as well!

Acadia National Park – September 20-26, 2015
Spots remain on our continuing service project in one of the most picturesque, wild places in the northeast. You’ll get a good overview of the Park while giving something back.

Acadia National Park from John Fouse on Vimeo.

Zion National Park
Our continuing service project in Zion is currently full for 2015, but you can always visit this gorgeous National Park on your way to other WV service projects on the Colorado Plateau like the San Rafael Swell project or Grand Gulch-Cedar Mesa project that both still have spaces available.

Denali National Park – July 12-18, 2015
WV returns to help maintain the Savage River Trail, a trail we helped build! This project is full for 2015, but stay tuned, as we plan to return in 2016.

Olympic National Park – October 18-24, 2015
Our continuing project on the Elwha is helping naturalize the area after the dams were removed, in many cases planting saplings from seed previous WV groups helped collect.  Currently this project is full, but you’re always welcome on the waitlist in case a cancellation or two occurs.

Big Bend National Park – November 1-7, 2015
Another continuing project, WV will once again return to the jewel on the Rio Grande to give something back with the National Park Service. While this project is full, WV is offering another spectacular trip in Saguaro National Park that has spaces available.