The National Park System turns the big 101, and you should celebrate accordingly.
Any real travel nerd has a favorite country, a favorite city, and duh, a favorite national park (well, we do at least). And with the United States National Park Service turning 101 years old on August 25, you can make your allegiances known with these fun map prints from design-company Muir Way.
They’ve taken the official park maps you receive when entering the parks and turned them into colorful and gorgeous works of art; you can choose from over 20 color palettes and other designs based on topographical and historical maps from the early 1900s.
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Muir Way also donates a portion of every sale to the Sierra Club Foundation, which helps to ensure our national parks continue to be available for future generations. And don’t forget, the National Park Service’s birthday also means free admission to all national parks, so hit up your favorite and then order one of these prints as the ultimate souvenir.