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.
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.
Blackfeet Nation is one of the largest Native Reservations in the country. It is also one of the most beautiful. You can explore the area with a guide - on foot or by horseback - listening to stories about the culture, history, and landscape.
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.
Cody is located just east of Yellowstone National Park, less than two hours' drive away. The sights and activities in Cody, therefore, mainly revolve around the Wild West, which is also reflected in the street scene.
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.
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.'
Capitol Reef National Park is located in south-central Utah, in the heart of Red Rock Country. It is a hidden treasure full of cliffs, canyons, and other geological wonders.
Only eight kilometres north of Moab is Arches National Park, a place where you can admire countless sandstone arches.
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.
Monument Valley lies on the border of Utah and Arizona. You may know this iconic desert landscape from films such as Stagecoach, starring, John Wayne in 1939.
Grand Canyon South Rim
The Grand Canyon is perhaps the most famous natural phenomenon in the United States. You can admire this iconic canyon on either the South Rim or North Rim. On the South Rim, it is best experienced at Pima Point, Yaki Point, and Grandview Point.
Lake Powell is a gem in southern Utah. It is the second-largest man-made lake in the United States. As part of Glen Canyon, it offers numerous recreational opportunities - it is especially popular as a water sports destination.
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southern Utah. Over time, wind and rain have hollowed out the rock floor here, leaving only extremely remarkable rock pillars. Between them grow dark green pine trees, which contrast beautifully with the orange glow of the rocky landscape.
Zion National Park
The eye-catching Zion National Park lives up to its name. How? Zion means 'sanctuary' in Hebrew.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, but chances are you'll want to tell everything about your visit to this city after you arrive back home. After all, Las Vegas is a place like no other.
Tecopa is located in the Mojave Desert. If you cross this area via the historic Route 66, you do not want to run out of petrol. Still, the Mojave Desert has a lot of beauty to offer, including old Spanish mines.
Bishop lies on the route between King Canyon and Yosemite National Park. The region is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and mountain lovers. The Inyo National Forest has great hiking and mountain biking trails, as does Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain in the United States outside Alaska.
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park is the crown jewel of California. The park's biggest attraction is Yosemite Valley. This valley was carved out by a glacier and is flanked by two gigantic granite cliffs.
Through a deep, nutrient-rich sea trough, you can spot whales and other marine animals in Moss Landing, all year round.
San Francisco has something for everyone, including incredibly beautiful beaches. Some are right on the ocean, while others are along the bay. Indulge in the large assortment of water activities!