From towering sand dunes, to high-elevation juniper forests, to psychedelic badlands, Death Valley is a must-hike National Park for desert lovers.
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Whether you’re a zealous desert advocate or simply passing through central California, Death Valley is certainly one of the strangest National Parks out there — and well worth a camping trip.
Retreat into the woods for the day at California's oldest state park or walk among the picture-perfect coastal bluffs at sunset.
Utah's magnificent landscape boasts a smorgasbord of scenic drives that'll upgrade any vacation to the Beehive State.
Whether you're planning a quick jaunt to the lake or an all-day ascent to mountaintop vistas, the REI Co-op Cool Trail Split Pack Cooler has your back.
Have Alaskan reality television shows given you a bad case of cabin fever? Then you've come to the right place.
Waterfalls are prolific throughout Oregon, and some of the best are hidden away in unlikely places.
For a truly unique experience, consider booking a stay in an upcycled vacation rental.
With campsites deep in the Rocky Mountains, camping here will provide ample solitude and recreation opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
You know what they say — Wisconsin is Illinois’ backyard.
San Jose is known as the heart of Silicon Valley, but it’s also home to some of the best hikes in the entire Bay Area.