When most people consider Utah, they typically think of one of two things: quintessential red rock desert, or world-class skiing. Located in the southwest corner of the state, the red rock winter wonderland of Cedar City offers the best of both worlds!
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Connected at the Roots: A Trail Among California’s Giant Sequoias
After making your way through a national forest, a national monument, and a national park, you’ll be ready to wind down in a peaceful village. Treat yourself to a fabulous dinner from locally sourced foods (with some local wine, of course), and a well-earned night’s sleep in one of the towns neighboring the parks.
Discover the Sequoias: National Parks, Unforgettable Arts & Local Eats
Here, in the heart of California, giant sequoia trees reach unbelievable heights. The forests reach out wide, as well—stretching across two national parks, one national monument, and through a national forest. Neighboring all these protected lands are some delightful communities filled with history, art, and farm-fresh feasts
Visit Aspen, Colorado Like a Local
Every year, people flock to the mountain mecca of Aspen, Colorado. It’s easy to see why! With the postcard-perfect Maroon Bells, dizzying heights of Independence Pass, and an arts, shopping, and dining scene that would make any big city envious, Aspen is a can’t-miss destination. Help to reduce your environmental impact during your next visit with the tips below.
Exploring the Past, Present & Future of Billings, Montana
Although Billings may not exist in the time of rebels and outlaws any more, there is still an eclectic community of mold breakers and artistic innovators. Learn about the past, enjoy the present, and plan for your future trip to Billings, Montana! There is so much to see and do; it’ll be hard to fit it all into one trip!
From Geysers to Glaciers: Road Tripping through Montana State Parks
Learn more about Native American culture and explore historical landmarks as you venture through Montana State Parks. This route will take you off the beaten path and into the footprints of American legends. Bring a fishing pole, your hiking boots, and a pair of binoculars to see what you can discover in the Treasure State!
State Parks Road Trip through the Heart of Arizona
Beachside campsites offer easy access to the river, while hiking trails along the banks give hikers panoramic views of the river and beyond. Springtime wildflowers are best seen along the half-mile Lightning Bolt Trail, and the Copper Mines Trail and Lamb Springs Trail take you on an abandoned mine tour.
Southern Arizona State Park Road Trip
After a day of hiking or horseback riding, make a short drive for some of the best stargazing in the state.
Explore Southern Arizona’s State Parks
Rugged mountain peaks, wildflower-studded hillsides, and desert oases define springtime in Southern Arizona, and there’s no better way to take it all in than a trip through Arizona’s state parks.
Discover State Parks in the Heart of Arizona
From wildlife to wildflowers and cactus blooms, late winter and spring is when the desert comes alive. Take a trip through the heart of the Sonoran Desert by way of Arizona State Parks.