Smack dab in the middle of Cowboy Country, Wind River Country is largely unknown outside of Wyoming but that’s precisely the point. With adventure any direction you head, it’s one of the last remaining frontier towns on the way to Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons, or Jackson Hole. Whichever way you’re headed, Wind River is a great stopover to break up the trip and get to know one of Wyoming’s best-kept secrets.
Sweeping vistas. Miles of open road. Kingman is a place to turn up the tunes, roll down the window, and drive. But it’s also an oasis within the desert. A quirky town that’s part of the longest unbroken stretch of Route 66, Kingman is a must for road trip enthusiasts and a look back at classic Americana. Here are a few suggestions for things to do in Kingman, AZ.
Have you ever been to one of those unicorn places you can’t believe has managed to stay under the radar as long as it has? And then you’re conflicted because you want to shout its praises from the rooftops, yet simultaneously keep its wonders all for yourself, too? That’s Prescott, Arizona.
Home to the tallest peak in Arizona in the world; Flagstaff is a mountain playground for everyone from geologists to adventurers. Flanked by the San Francisco Peaks, the entire area was once volcanic, which blessed the high desert with canyons and crazy rock formations, transforming it into the most geographically diverse region in the world.
One of two national parks with its own zip codes, the Grand Canyon is one of the most impressive natural marvels on Earth. Layers of colored rock as far as the eye can see, its formation is one of the world’s greatest mysteries, which is partially what makes it so jaw-dropping.