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1. All of these examples represent experiences people do not expect, nor what managers want to provide in na-tional parks. So what are the solutions? Begin by shar-ing with classmates your visits to national parks and2. What are some of the negative consequences of crowd-ing in the parks, to the leisure experience, as well as to the parks themselves? Check the Internet for some ex-3. Finally, do an Internet search for solution ideas. What have the various national parks tried to do to reduce the experience of crowding? Are all national parks trying the same things? How successful have the efforts been?