Articles about canyon
Arizona is home to a lot of amazing places including the World famous Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is on this list of course, but there are also 9 other places that I highly recommend people visit if they get the chance to. Regardless of which part of Arizona you visit, there will be something on this list nearby.
If you enjoy hiking and either live in Southern California, or are planning to travel there, you will want to check out the Laguna Coast Wilderness areas. Right on the border of the quaint town of Laguna Beach, this spectacular wildlife area is perfect for people who want to see and enjoy California in its natural state.
How would you like to catch a fish that is over a hundred years old. Sturgeon can be fished for in Idaho and the lengths of these sturgeon can top 10 feet long. You can not keep the sturgeon. It is catch and release only but there is no fishing in Idaho...
Twin Falls Idaho has a lot to offer. From the Evel Knievel jump site, BASE jumping and Shoshone Falls which is taller than Niagra Falls. In 1974 Evel Knievel attempted his famous Snake River Canyon jump in Twin Falls Idaho. Today if you stand on the Perrine Bridge and look east you...
Mesa Verde in the Four Corners area in Colorado is most famous for its cliff dwellings; but has over 4,000 archeological sites throughout the park.
The Coleman red canyon tent is a popular tent that is spacious enough to hold eight campers. Here you will discover why this tent is so well loved.
The numbers don’t lie: these are some of the most widely visited national parks in the U.S., and they’re popular for a reason. With their unparalleled beauty, these parks made it as the top five national parks in the U.S.that you absolutely must camp at before you die. Sure, you can stay at a hotel while you visit these places, but be warned: the awe and amazement at the beauty of the wilderness may be diminished as a result.
There is so much to see and do on the Western side of the USA that no single trip can do it justice. We saw more and did more by hopping onto a luxury coach and loved it all!
Despite the fact that Vegas is known for gambling, the city and surrounding area have so much more to offer. I wanted to try and highlight some of the must see activities as well as some off the beaten path ideas that you might not have otherwise considered.