4 Hours. Bring home this must-have for fans of our national parks! This three-DVD special collection includes: Disc #1: Yellowstone - Yellowstone was the first national park in the world, and one of its greatest wildlife preserves. This immense forest sprawls across 2.2 million acres of land that features erupting geysers, thundering waterfalls, gurgling hot springs and incredibly diverse wildlife. A grizzly bear chases an elk in a life-or-death pursuit. An antelope doe chases a coyote away from her young. Bighorn sheep butt heads in angry combat. We also see the great fire of 1988, and how devastation gave way to new growth. Go on a guided tour with park rangers into the backcountry, or take a stagecoach ride into an early-morning cookout. Most of all, absorb the wondrous natural beauty that exists so abundantly in one of our most popular national parks. Disc #2: Grand Canyon - From soaring rock formations to the raging whitewater rapids of the Colorado River, marvel at the majesty of the grandest canyon on the planet! For an exhilarating experience, try whitewater rafting or take the slow and steady route on a pack-mule trip. Day trips to the Havasupai Indian Reservation, Lake Powell, and Mt Rushmore National Park are also included. More than 2,000 years ago, the Anasazi Indians lived in this region. This program includes an exclusive segment on Shaman's Gallery, where many Anasazi rock paintings have been preserved. Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed the Grand Canyon a national park in 1908, saying "do nothing to mar its grandeur, keep it for your children, for your children's children, and all who come after you." Disc #3: Yosemite - Immortalized by photographer Ansel Adams and championed by naturalist John Muir, Yosemite is the most awe-inspiring national park of them all! In addition to fishing, cross-country skiing and even golfing, the park offers exciting rock-climbing opportunities on the faces of such peaks as Half-Dome and El Capitan. Visit Devil's Postpile National Monument and two more national parks--Sequoia and King's Canyon--just a few hours away. The program also captures many images of the diverse wildlife that roams the vast 1,170 square miles of Yosemite National Park: mile deer, mountain lions, black bears, coyotes, bighorn sheep and the rare peregrine falcon. With all these natural riches, it is small wonder that Yosemite continues to thrive as one of America's most popular national parks.