Utah’s smallest national park, Bryce packs the most visual punch with orange sets of otherworldly rock formations in high-mountain desert. No other place in Utah compares in awe to the breathtaking amphitheater of Bryce Canyon.
Clasping the edge of the coast, surrounded by the open sea, Highway 1 (Pacific Coast Highway) offers an exceptional travel experience. For a week-long road trip in August, my husband and I drove out of […]
Hiding in the northern foothills of the Olympic Mountains is an isolated, Ice Age glacially carved lake, with deep brilliant blue waters. The crown jewel of the Olympic National Park, Lake Crescent is rich with […]
My first glimpse of Crater Lake was literally breathtaking. My husband did not tell me where we were going and said only something about a very cool “lake”. I had no expectations, although I should have […]