Most people are familiar with “The Mighty Five” national parks in southern Utah. If you’re planning to make a southern Utah road trip to hit “The Mighty Five,” Cedar City should be on your itinerary. Not only is it close to the parks and along the route, it’s got some of its own amazing landscapes and activities. Read More
Nestled between the Pacific Coast and the Cascade Mountain Range, Oregon’s Willamette Valley offers an incredible variety of year-round activities. Our favorite time to visit is during the shoulder seasons of spring and fall; a time the locals have affectionately come to call “cellar season.” That’s when the trails are quieter, access to local wineries […]Read More
Lush forests, green and white ferry boats, and sockeye salmon are only a few of the iconic images that come to mind when you imagine the Pacific Northwest. An area with so much to offer is the perfect destination for a road trip! One small town not to miss is Bellingham, Washington. Just a 90-minute […]Read More
This summer, take a road trip through America’s dinosaur capital: the city of Vernal, affectionately known as Dinosaurland, Utah. Home to Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal is a hub for outdoor adventure and American West history situated only three hours from Salt Lake City. In addition, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain, Arches, and Canyonlands national parks are all […]Read More
If you’re outdoorsy like myself, then Bishop, California is one of those fairytale destinations. You might be rock climbing in the morning and mountain biking by the afternoon. The trail options are limitless, and I bet that even the multi-generational locals won’t have enough time to explore everywhere. Though the town is a bit remote in […]Read More
Pocatello checked a lot of travel boxes for me. There were plenty of outdoor experiences, yet when the rain came, I found endless museums to explore. The food exceeded my expectations, and I fell in love with the neon signs downtown. I felt like life ran at a slower pace, and made for a wonderful […]Read More
Washakie County, Wyoming is a hidden jewel right on the edge of the Bighorn Mountains. These towns might be small, but the opportunity for adventure is huge. Be sure to add Washakie County to your summer road trip itinerary. Trust us, you won’t be sorry.Read More
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