National Parks, Vol. 2

National Parks, Vol. 2

National Parks

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2010-08-30
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 2
  • iTunes Price: USD 2.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 2.99


Venture beyond the tourist hot spots to explore our amazing National Parks as never before in this collection of National Geographic specials.


Title Time Price
1 Glacier National Park 50:10 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Pacific Crest Trail 50:09 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes



  • Informative

    By ducera
    As a college student studying climate science, I found the video detailing the effects of global climate change on Glacier National Park to be very interesting. Sure many people don't think that man-induced climate change isn't happening, but that doesn't change the facts. People can believe that the Earth is flat but that doesn't make it so. Also, the second video on the PCT was very good too. All around five stars.
  • Global Warming Propaganda!

    By wpoulin
    Nice scenery, but it is too obvious that this program is a global warming propaganda. I want my money back!!!
  • Stick to the Purpose of the show .....

    By Tight-wad
    If I had known that the theme/plot of this show was to push some one's personal agenda about "global warming", rather than to discuss the stunning beauty of the park. I would have never bothered to download it! If you think your getting a show that highlights natures finest ........ think again. This show is nothing more than some one pushing their personal agenda regarding the changing ecosystem with in the park.
  • What about the rest of the states?

    By estoad
    This particular review is for the Pacific Crest Trail. The show is intresting to watch and dose a good job of showing some of what it takes to complete the trail, but what about the rest of the states? The show spends almost the entire time describing the trail in California, and barly mentions the Oregon and Washington sections. It would have been nice to learn about the rest of the trail.
  • Glacier National Park

    By illjim
    I was expecting a video of the highlights of Glacier National Park. While there was some of this, there was an inordinate amount of time spent on the purported effects of global warming on the park. At times I felt like I was watching an infomercial on global warming. A video devoted to the effects of global warming on National Parks would be fine if it were clearly identified as such. There was some untruth in advertising here. It was not up to the usual standards of most offerings of the National Parks series. The other new offering, Pacific Crest Trail, was marvelous, and met expectations.