Denver, Colorado's capital and largest city, is the place to be if you are a foodie. Here, you will find all sorts of quirky western restaurants, as well as wineries and breweries.
Salida, founded around 1800, was once a stagecoach station. In the charming city centre, you will find some of the most important and beautiful historical buildings in Colorado. If you are still looking for adventure, you can go white-water rafting!
Durango in Colorado has a rich past that you can explore in various ways. Step aboard a steam train from 1882, a train that winds through the San Juan National Forest, where countless gold diggers once tried their luck.
Only eight kilometres north of Moab is Arches National Park, a place where you can admire countless sandstone arches.
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah. The city is surrounded by mountains, which provides a beautiful view. Forty-five minutes away at most are 14 ski resorts where you can enjoy 'the greatest snow on earth.'
Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park is characterised by the imposing Teton Range, which you can reach via various hiking trails. If you go hiking, a spectacular view awaits you at Jackson Hole. Marvel at a silvery-green valley with crystal-clear mountain lakes.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is literally and figuratively a hotspot. The park is located on a dormant supervolcano in the middle of countless active geysers and heat sources. Enjoy forests, alpine meadows, a magnificent large lake, and a large canyon with waterfalls.
Bozeman is a city in southern Montana, in the Rocky Mountains. Thanks to the proximity of Yellowstone National Park and the mountains, there are plenty of outdoor adventures to be had. Go fly-fishing, mountain biking, hiking, mountain climbing and more.
Glacier National Park
With its mountain lakes, alpine meadows, glaciers, and white mountain peaks, Glacier National Park slightly resembles Switzerland. The difference is that wild grizzly bears aren't roaming Switzerland! Glacier National Park is also home to beavers, otters, moose, and mountain goats.
Seattle is a cultural enclave, located in the northwest of Washington. On clear days, you can hear the locals say "the mountain is out". That means that Mount Rainer is visible in the distance.