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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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Oregon Coast

Starting in Historic Astoria, Oregon and heading south, from the mouth of the Columbia River and follow the beautiful and quiet Oregon coastline.  Astoria is a nationally significant historic region at the western end of the Lewis & Clark Trail.  Astoria is the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies and has a cinematic claim to fame as the backdrop […]

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Montana

Named after its mountains, which rake the central and eastern sides, Montana is the country’s fourth-largest state. It covers 38 million hectares (94 million acres) that was shaped by massive glaciers, scorching heat, molten lava and inland seas. Today almost a quarter of Montana is national forest or public lands, with almost two million hectares […]

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Idaho

Idaho’s history is rich in texture, from the early pre-eminence of American Indians to the pioneer fur trappers, miners, loggers, railroad builders and farmers who later settled the territory. This rich heritage can still be discovered today. The state sits on the western side of the continental divide of the Rocky Mountains. Northern Idaho has […]

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Alaska

Alaska is the USA’s largest state, a sparsely populated land of immense natural beauty, diverse wildlife and breathtaking adventure. Consider its attributes: Alaska has 3 million lakes, over 3,000 rivers, 17 of the USA’s 20 highest peaks, 100,000 glaciers and 15 national parks, preserves and monuments. Soaring snow-covered peaks, glaciers and fjords, bears, moose, salmon-filled rivers […]

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