Category Elimination - US National Parks #2

In each group, name any US national park which matches the first category to reveal the second category, then name any park which applies to both categories to reveal a third, and so on.
Inspired by this quiz and with assistance from the illustrious Stewart
# = the number of possible parks
Park-and-Preserve combinations in the lower 48 are counted as though all of both were part of a single unit
Answers must correspond to the yellow box
Quiz by MiracleMax
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Last updated: January 20, 2021
First submittedDecember 23, 2019
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#
Category
50
With a maximum elevation less than 13,000 feet
28
With a minimum elevation greater than 500 feet
10
Entirely north of Colorado
4
In which bison can still be found
1
Named for a person
Theodore Roosevelt
 
 
 
#
Category
47
With more than 250,000 visitors in 2018
25
Containing a type of landform in its name
12
In the mountain time zone
3
In which professional rafting trips occur
1
With a color in its name
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
#
Category
44
Which starts with a letter after F
23
In the top 50% of parks by size
13
In which wolves can still be found
6
Not in Alaska
1
Located entirely on islands
Isle Royale
 
 
 
#
Category
40
Without the letter G in its name
17
In the top 50% of parks by maximum elevation
10
Entirely south of Oregon
3
With land at or below sea level
1
With two or more active volcanoes
Hawaii Volcanoes
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Level 72
Dec 24, 2019
Nice quiz. You'll want to cut down on the time, I finished with 5:18 left and on most of these there are 4 minutes to start with. Also, in the orange category, you can see the last two before you're supposed to be able to. Also, you might want to cut down on the type-ins a bit, several times I typed for not as long as I should have, e.g.: "Arch" working for "Arches". Otherwise, it was pretty good
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Level 71
Dec 24, 2019
Thanks! I've fixed the broken cells for the orange group. The typeins I used for US national parks are native to Jetpunk so I could customize them, but I see no real reason that I would know better than the quizmaster.
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Level 68
Jan 9, 2020
I like the quiz, but I'm still having a problem with the orange group. The next to last clue showed up blank (though it showed after I had finished).
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Level 50
Mar 15, 2020
What about George Rogers Clark in Indiana, for national parks that start with a letter after F.
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Level 71
Mar 21, 2020
That is a National Park site in that it's managed by the National Park Service, but it's not one of the capital-N capital-P National Parks.
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Level 62
Nov 18, 2020
Remember, it's only a national park if its not a national seashore or national forest or national historic park or national wildlife refuge or national monument or national grassland or national recreation area or national lakeshore or national marine sanctuary or national conservation area or national wild and scenic river or a national park. If not those THEN it's a national park.