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Hiking and Camping: The Perfect Combination Why Camping Makes the Ultimate Family Vacation
 

Hiking and Camping: The Perfect Combination

Are you interested in taking a trip? Whether you want to your trip to be alone, with your friends, with your family, or even just with your romantic partner, you will need to find a place to visit, as well as activities to participate in. If you have yet to decide what you would like […]

Why Camping Makes the Ultimate Family Vacation

Are you and your family interested in taking a family vacation soon? If you are, have you already decided what you would like to do or where you would like to go? If you have yet to decide what you would like your next family vacation to be about, you may want to take the […]

Utah

Utah, surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains, boasts historic buildings, churches, museums, science exhibitions and arts festivals. Utah’s attractions include canyons, colourful towns and breathtaking national parks. Salt Lake City is the world centre of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Other state attractions include Zion National Park around the Virgin River Canyon, with […]

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Texas

Texas, the ‘Lone Star State’, is the second-largest state in the USA and home to vast mountain ranges, broad plains, beautiful beaches and rolling countryside. Although renowned for its Wild West persona and cowboy charms, Texas is also host to a plethora of cosmopolitan cities. Dallas is a sophisticated city with its glittering high-rise skyline, […]

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Oklahoma

Oklahoma is home to more Native American tribes than any other state except California, with 39 tribal headquarters and members of at least 67 tribes. While Native Americans have lived in Oklahoma for thousands of years, many tribes were forcibly relocated to this land (many dying from starvation and disease along the way on the […]

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New Mexico

Breathtaking sunsets, expansive deserts and wide open plains. Imposing mountain ranges, lush green forests and gargantuan caverns. Historic and artistic cities and a reputation for the extra-terrestrial. The state of New Mexico in the south west of the USA boasts them all, and much more besides. Nicknamed “the land of enchantment” the sparsely populated state […]

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Nevada

Explorer John C Fremont’s 1844/5 expedition with legendary scout Kit Carson opened up the region called Nevada, previously part of Mexico. The name ‘Nevada’, meaning ‘snow-capped’ in Spanish, was adopted in 1861 when the territory was established. The state has since been sectioned off into ‘territories’. The Cowboy Country, found along the I-80 corridor across […]

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Colorado

Colorado is known for its famous Rocky Mountains and is a year-round destination that boasts spectacular national parks, forests, gold-rush ghost towns and Native American ruins. The state has an impressive count of 54 mountains over 4,267m (14,000ft). The capital, Denver, is the gateway to numerous ski resorts and is home to many museums, parks, […]

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California

‘The Golden State’ of California has it all: snow-capped mountains, vast deserts, lush forests and long stretches of golden beach. The ruggedly beautiful coastline curves north of Los Angeles to San Francisco along the famous Big Sur coastal highway, one of USA’s most scenic drives. The San Francisco Bay Area is proudly presided over by […]

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Arizona

Arizona contains some of the USA’s spectacular scenery from the jaw-dropping Grand Canyon to pine forests, alpine meadows and snow-capped volcanoes. While the north of the state is criss-crossed with mountain streams and canyons, the south and west offer red deserts with stunning rock formations, Native American tribes and ghost towns from gold- and silver-mining […]

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Wyoming

In the heart of the Rockies, Wyoming is known as the ‘Cowboy State’ and was the home of ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody. It is the ninth-largest state in the USA and has the smallest population. The spirit of the Wild West is alive and kicking in Wyoming, with its open spaces, rugged country and breathtaking scenery. […]

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Washington

Washington State, bordering Canada and the Pacific Ocean, offers some of the USA’s finest scenery for active holidays in the great outdoors. Washington state has the second-highest population of any western state, yet within minutes visitors can travel from any city centre to peaceful countryside. The Snake and Columbia rivers flow through eastern Washington before […]

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