Travel Guide Of Physical Features
By: Kate Weston
A little bit about the planet Earth
Planet Earth has seven large land forms . We humans call them six continents called North America, South America, Antartica, Africa, Australia, Asia. We are also divide are selfs in a bunch of different ways. One of them is Climate Zones. Climate Zones are different tempters in different places. We have three different Climate Zones. One is the Polar Zone, Temperate Zone, and the Tropical Zone. The Temperate Zone is where I live. I live in Michigan. Another way we separate are selfs from one another is Time Zones. Time Zones are Important because if you go into a different time zone you won't know what time it is. For instance lets say I'm in my time zone which is 3:37and i go into a different time zone and i look at my watch and it says it is 3:39 and the realtime there is 5:35 I wouldn't know that.
The Redwood Forest
This is a picture of the base of a redwood tree.
This is a under water picture of the Mariana Trench.
Mount Saint Helens
This is a picture of Mount. Saint Helens
Ten challenges at the Marianas Trench
Things you are going to need to put on your packing list to climb mount st. Helens
- Sturdy hiking boots
- Water (at least 2-3 liters per person
- Food: High-energy food recommended. Bring enough for several small meals and snacks.
- Sun Protection: sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, SPF lip protection.
- Rain/Wind gear.
- Layered clothing
- Personal First Aid Kit including personal medications
- Headlamp or Flashlight
- Personal Medications
RECOMMENDED EXTRA GEAR FOR OVERNIGHT TRIPS
- Sleeping pad
- Sleeping bag
- Extra Food
Mount St. Helen's
This is a before picture of Mount st. Helen's.
This is a during picture of Mount St. Helen's erupting.
This is a picture of a map of Mount St. Helen's.
This is a list of travel tips or the redwood forest
- There are back country campsites available within the park that offer primitive camping for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders. Permits and proper food storage containers are required while on the trail. Visit nps.gov or the Prairie Creek Visitor Center at Redwood National Park for more information.
- The Redwood Junior Ranger Program encourages children ages 7 to 12 years old to explore the park, learn about the environment and the national parks. There are ranger-guided junior ranger activities to encourage kids even further during the summer season. Successful completion of this program the Junior Ranger will earn a unique junior ranger patch. If your family camps at more than one national park, the junior ranger program at each park is different, including the patches and sticker awards.
- The Redwood National Park Hostel was the only lodging available in the Redwood National and State Parks areas CLOSED on January 18, 2010. There is no lodging facilities available within the park boundaries.
- The Redwood National Park is only partially pet-friendly. Pets are not allowed on the trails. Pets must be kept on a leash and are only allowed at the Crescent and Gold Bluff beach areas, the Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center, the Freshwater Lagoon Spit and any picnic area accessible by road and any campground.
this is a packing list for the redwood forest
- Fleece Jacket or Pullover
- Waterproof Raincoat
- Sleeping Bag
- Sleeping Pad
- Bowl, Mug & Utensils
- Water Bottle
- Photo Identification
- Gallon Sized Ziploc Bags
To organize and waterproof your gear and small items
- Sunscreen (SPF 15+) & Chapstick (with SPF protection)
- Spending Money (optional)
Wood to stay warm
(For a fire.)
Log's to build houses
More habitats for the animals
Challenges at the redwood forest
Some challenges are: Mountain lion, bear, Bobcats, Grey fox,
Others places you might like to go
If you liked Mount. Saint Helen's you should visit Mount. Kilimanjaro.
If you liked the Mariana Trench then you should go to the Pacific Ocean.
If you liked the Redwood Forest then you should go to the Amazon Rain-forest.