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1. Joshua Tree National Park, California
If you can avoid stumbling into cacti, this national park (and a certified International Dark Sky Park) straddling the Mojave Desert and lower Colorado Desert
The OHV trail from Poison Spring to Dirty Devil River crosses through one of the most remote canyons in the southern Utah, and in the U.S. This extremely challenging 16-mile trail (each way) is restricted to off-road vehicles only. Plan at least five to six hours round trip. The staging area is
This post is a continuation of Part 1 with additional information on why Bryce Canyon Country is a multi-day vacation destination. Read Part 1.
There are only great views at Bryce Canyon National Park, but did you know that these already spectacular vistas are even better when you're in the right place at the right time? There are four main viewpoints in Bryce amphitheater.
Sunrise Point: Start your morning at Sunrise Point for one of the