Think the Southwest is all deserts, all the time? Think again. While you might imagine cacti and adobe-style abodes when you think New Mexico, this state has a lot more to offer beyond its stereotypes.
This under-the-radar town is close to several state parks and wilderness areas with interesting trails and scenery that remarkably rivals those of its more well-known counterparts.
Zion National Park is an increasingly popular tourist destination, but there are still plenty of places to find some solitude.
Erupting with wildflowers, Park City's famous slopes are just as spectacular in summertime — and there's a ton of fun things to do around town during the warmer months.
Take any one of these weekend road trips from Albuquerque, and you’ll quickly see why New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment.
Hop in a campervan and set your sights on one of the dozen national parks reachable within a day's drive of Vegas, from the Grand Canyon to Death Valley.