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USA Bucket List And Wonderful Travel Destinations 2024 #3

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1. One of the coolest places I’ve ever been 😍

From @jakeguzman

2. Colorado in the summer is unreal🥹Who do you want to visit here with? I want to move to Colorado after this trip.

We had an amazing time exploring the San Juan mountains this past week. Columbine Lake was definitely one of the highlights from this trip.

All Trails says it’s a 7.9mile round-trip w 2,837ft of gain, but I logged about 10 miles from my Apple watch. The elevation made this hike more challenging, but it’s absolutely stunning to see this alpine lake at 12,700ft. Right now is the perfect time to visit as all the wild flowers are blooming. The water is freezing cold, but it’s super refreshing to jump in during hot summer days. Would you do it?😉

From @alberthbyang

4. And what a vibe it was 🥲✨

From @jesiroams

5. Can you believe this place is in the US?👇🏻

At 📍McKenzie river, located in Willamette National Forest, Oregon. Around 1 hours drive from Bend and Eugene.

💦 There are multiple waterfalls and pools in the area, most of which are easily accessible and with family friendly hikes. The 2 main waterfalls Koosah and Sahalie Falls can be accessed in the same hike through a 2.6 miles loop or by driving to each of them separately, since they are only 5 minutes driving from each other. In that case you will be able to access the waterfalls directly from the respective parking lots with a short walk.

Another spot you cannot miss is the Tamolitch Falls( or Blue Pool) which is a accessible though a 4.5 mile hike, which is a bit longer than the other 2 but it’s still relatively easy.
🌋 In some area of the McKenzie River and in particular at the Blue Pool, you will be able to admire some of the most clear and blue waters you will ever seen. The reason is the frigid temperature (37F or ~3C) that kills every microorganism in the water and the porous lava rock that act as a filter as the river flows through it.

From @marco.miglionico

6. The stunning Yosemite Fall 😍

From @ciscoo38


8. 🌎it’s easy to feel small standing on top of Vernal Fall in Yosemite National Park.

We’ve been hiking up this trail for almost a decade and it’s the biggest we’ve ever seen it! It’s truly magical and leaves you feeling in awe of how majestic the beauty of our world is!

This year is a phenomenal year to hike to Vernal Falls. If you make the trip please keep the following in mind:

❌ dogs and other pets are not allowed on this trail
🗑️don’t leave any trash behind, even “compostable”
⚠️stay on trail and don’t climb over the safety railings
💦 pack enough water and snacks, this is a moderately strenuous hike
🥾wear shoes/boots with good grip: wet trail = slippery trail
⛈️ check the weather and trail conditions before your trip

Be safe. Be adventurous. Leave no trace 🌱

From  @roamingthetrails

9. Lost in the Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, I found peace in the quiet 🍃

From @natyexplora

10. The water is roaring in Yosemite and I’ve never seen the waterfalls so powerful

The snowpack is still very substantial in the higher elevations and the melt is going to continue for months! Yosemite is always astonishing, every time, no matter what. Hiking the Mist Trail is just incredible!

From @joeshike

11. Carlsbad Caverns National Park… 

I have never been too interested in caves, but this was one of the most impressive things I have seen in nature. It was 10 times bigger than I expected, with an entry cave system that descends 75 stories underground before reaching the “Big Room”. The park is pretty remote in southern New Mexico, but I would highly recommend a visit if you are ever in the area

From @thewildiswaiting

12. Yosemite hasn’t looked like this in over 50 years

Due to overwhelming and record breaking snowfall this past winter, Yosemite is completely flooded throughout the valley and the waterfalls are ripping. Here is a little snippet of what we captured this week. Stoked to share more!

From @tylerwayneglass

13. Making dreams become reality✨

From @tanner.price_

14. Flying over Yant Flat after a rain shower 🌧

From @southern.utah.photo

15. Placed in America that look like another planet.. Yosemite National Park in California🏞️

This is one of the most beautiful parks I’ve ever been to and it’s especially beautiful right now because of all the water from the snow this past winter!

If you are visiting Yosemite this time of year, be careful of the waterfalls!!

From @pags_ventures

16. 7 National Parks you NEED to visit in your lifetime🏞️

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Happy National Parks week everyone! We are so blessed to live on such a beautiful planet and I feel so grateful to have had the opportunity to explore so many of the breathtaking National Parks we have. So here’s a list of some of my favorites! Be sure to add a few to yours🤙🏼

How many of these parks have you been to??

As always, let’s keep these parks as naturally beautiful as they are and always follow the 7 principles of Leave No Trace🫶🏼

From @hunter.leroyy

17. The world’s first National Park …

Most people know that Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming is the first designated National Park in the United States. However, it is also widely regarded as the first EVER National Park which means she pretty much started this entire family. Now there are over 6,000 parks in over 100 countries worldwide!

Yellowstone has over 250 hiking trails, 500 geysers (which is almost half of the geysers that exist worldwide0, 200 species of animals, and so much more - so it’s a magnificent park to wear the crown of “first-ever.”

From @alexandrablodgett

18. 🏜️Must See Locations in Utah!

🥾Don’t miss out on these amazing locations when you visit the Utah Mighty 5 National Parks!

📍Angels Landing - Zion National Park
📍Navajo Trail - Bryce Canyon National Park
📍Double Arch - Arches National Park
📍Delicate Arch - Arches National Park
📍Mesa Arch - Canyonlands National Park
📍Grand View Point Overlook - Canyonlands National Park
📍Green River Overlook - Canyonlands National Park
📍White Rim Overlook - Canyonlands National Park
📍Shafer Trail Overlook - Canyonlands National Park
📍Deadhorse Point Overlook - Deadhorse Point State Park
📍Highway 24 - Capitol Reef National Park

As always, please follow the leave no trace principles while in the parks. Be respectful of others giving plenty of space. Wait your turn to take pictures and please don’t cut in front of someone, be patient. Together we can make the parks wonderful for everyone to enjoy!

From @nationalparks_guide

19. 6 of my favorite places on Earth!!✨

Canyonlands National Park, Utah📍

Glacier National Park, Montana📍

Zion National Park, Utah📍

Banff National Park, Canada📍

Oregon Coast📍

Capitol Reef National Park📍

Do you these spots on your bucketlist?

From @tanner.price_ ee

20. Perfect fall morning at Mt. Rainier🍂 Would you wake up at 2am, drive 2 hours and hike up for this view?

FYI: this trail is outside of national park so dogs are allowed🐾

From @alberthbyang

21. Summers spent exploring around Mount Rainier are so magical🌄

From @hunter.leroyy


23. 💥 Save this for later when planning your Utah for Roadtrip planning later!

🚘 In total this trip is 1,150 miles & 21 hours of driving

📍Start your trip in Las Vegas, NV and review the leave no trace principles before embarking on your trip

📍Zion National Park
Check out the narrows and Angels Landing if you can snag permits

📍Kanab Sand Caves
A quick roadside stop worth the 30 minute hike to some man made caves

📍Wire Pass Trail
Visit this trail within Buckskin Gulch, the longest and deepest slot canyon in the world

📍Bryce Canyon National Park
The stunning hoodoo’s here are worth the 3 hour detour

📍Page, AZ
While this stop is technically in Arizona it’s worth adding to this loop. Check out Horseshoe Bend & Antelope canyon while passing through

📍Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Located right on the Arizona - Utah border, check out monument valley scenic drive inside the park as well as the infamous Forrest Gump point outside the park!

📍Canyonlands National Park
One of two national parks in Moab, Canyonlands has dramatic desert landscapes you have to see to believe

📍Arches National Park
With over 2000 natural stone arches, this park is an Utah staple.

📍Capital Reef National Park
The last stop on the utah road trip is out of this world and looks like another planet

📍End your trip in Salt Lake City, Utah

From @drewmanity @the_lost_kiwi_

24. Sedona wins again for best in snow

From @pang_bang

25. Summertime in the Tetons 🏔️

Grand Teton National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in America and one of the best places to visit in the summer. The amount of sight seeing by car, moderate hiking and hardcore adventuring in one park is unmatched. Not to mention the wildlife and the wildflowers! To catch sunflowers like in this video, make sure to visit in mid-late June. For the best hiking and backpacking opportunities, July and august after the snow melts are your best bet.

Please always make sure to follow leave no trace principles when visiting this amazing location! Have you ever been to Grand Teton National Park?

From @austinpedersen__

26. Bryce Canyon, Utah📍

From global_filmss

27. 🍃 Our favorite hike in Northern California!

✨ Fern Canyon Loop Trail takes you through 50 foot walls that are covered in beautiful ferns. This area was actually used as a filming location for Jurassic World 2! 🦖

•Reservations needed May 15-September 15.
•High clearance vehicle recommended.
•Never touch or damage the ferns.

From @thenationalparktravelers

28. When life feels like a movie in the Pacific Northwest 🏔️

From @ryanresatka

29. 7 Places you Need to Visit in Your Lifetime ✨

📍Dolomites, Italy
📍Zermatt, Switzerland
📍Fairbanks, Alaska
📍Banff, Canada
📍Kauai, Hawaii
📍Yosemite, California

From @natyexplora

30. Angels landing is considered to be one of the deadliest hikes in the United States. 🤯🏜️

Would you climb this?

To reach the summit of the mountain, you must cross a skinny land-bridge with a 1000ft drop on both sides of you. The only guidance is a small metal chain.

From @jakeguzman

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