Great Basin National Park: Bighorn Sheep By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Great Basin National Park: Bighorn Sheep
Perhaps one of the most unique National Parks on the roster, Great Basin National Park is a land of diversity and excitement. From the stunning and panoramic pinnacle of Wheeler Peak at 13,060 feet above sea level to the looping and weaving Mountain View Nature Trail at 6,825 feet, this park has something for everyone, whether it involves intense rock climbing or a simple stroll through the woods. Great Basin is also a wonderful place to view the night sky, and it ranks quite high as being one of the best sites in the U.S. to see the full constellation of stars (thanks to virtually no light pollution). This park is also home to incredible pine trees, some of which are more than one-thousand years old! The park’s fascinating geological formations were formed by retreating glaciers more than 10,000 years, ago, glaciers that helped to carve out the park's one-of-a-kind rock formations. Inspired by this natural gem, Anderson Design Group’s award-winning artists hand-rendered this vintage poster art design. Available as a print, banner, canvas, metal sign, notecard, or postcard, this artwork would look great on any wall. To learn more about Great Basin National Park, check out the website for the International Dark Sky Association.