It is renowned for its distinctive granite rock monoliths and spires, which are geological formations.
It is renowned for having distinctive lava landscapes.
For breathtaking views, visitors can go up Inferno Cone, a short but extremely steep trail that leads to the summit of a volcanic cone.
It is well-known for having numerous fossilized remains that offer a peek into the distant past.
It is a location for introspection and education and acts as a potent reminder of the effects of discrimination and war on people and communities.
The opportunity to learn about the Nez Perce people, their history, and their culture is provided for tourists.
A high plateau encircled by mountains covering more than two million acres makes up this park.