I'm tired of epic car shuttles. Which national park has the best bus system?
Yosemite, with six shuttles accessing more than 800 miles of trail. The 52-mile Tioga Road line even drops hikers anywhere they wish between 15 trail junctions, and two other lines service Glacier Point and Mariposa Grove. That gives you direct access to 1,200 square miles of backcountry via 23 different trailheads–the most serviced by bus in the national park system. Learn more here.