Mesa Verde National Park in the southwestern corner of Colorado within the Navajo and Ute reservations holds striking cliff dwellings, pit houses, sun temples and more.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, with its cavernous walls and shadowy rock walls, was carved by the powerful force of the Gunnison River over millions of years.
At 1,410 miles long, passing through seven states and nine national parks, the Colorado River certainly lives up to its “mighty” moniker.
From the cool Channel Islands and boiling-hot Death Valley to the bone-dry Joshua Tree and lush Yosemite, have a look at some photos from these incredible landscapes and then plan a trip to take your own!
Wine may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Sonoma. While you’ll find plenty of excellent wineries in the county’s Russian River Valley, this rural region boasts many other delights, especially along the scenic Bohemian Highway.
Few people would choose to visit Death Valley in the summertime. After all, it’s the hottest and driest place in North America. Yet, with proper planning, it can be a fantastic trip.