Explore the Marble Mountains

Located only a few minutes south of Danang stands 5 solid stone mountains that jut out of the coastal landscape.

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Swim at Bãi Nhát Beach

No visit to Côn Sơn Island is complete without watching a sunset behind the incredible cliffs of Little Côn Lôn Island.

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Hike to Thác Hoài Dương Waterfall

Take Võ Thị Sáu street north out of Côn Đảo for about 1 kilometer past the old park office on the left. The road will split to the right and fade to the left here.

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Explore the Hidden Lagoon at Đầm Trầu Beach

There are only a handful of beaches in Vietnam worth visiting as most are found on the edges of river deltas and steeped in mud.

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Escape to the Ruins of Beng Mealea

Halfway between the temple city of Angkor Thom and Koh Ker on the old imperial road lies Beng Melea. This is a perfect temple to visit after picking up passes from the park ticket office in Siem Reap.

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Climb the Bakan of Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat was constructed in the 12th century during the golden years of the Khmer Empire. King Suryavarman II built the Hindu temple to the God Vishnu.

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Climb Black Mountain on Santa Rosa Island

Words fail in describing the beauty of the Channel Islands National Park and Santa Rosa Island, the second largest of the Channel Islands and perhaps the most diverse in terms of terrain, flora and f.

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Kayak Sylvan Lake

There are a few reservoirs within the hot and dry Black Hills of South Dakota. The water here comes from the harsh winter month's snowpack or frequent afternoon thunderstorms.

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Hike the Roughlock Falls Trail

The trailhead to Roughlock Falls is in the town of Savoy, SD in the Black Hills. From Spearfish on I-90, head south on Route 14 for 15 miles into Savoy.

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Hike El Tular Canyon in the Sierra de la Gigante Mountains

My favorite time to make this hike is just before sunrise. The alpine glow on the range above the cool canyon is a beautiful sight.

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Kayak Coronado Island in Loreto Bay

There are several ways to kayak to Coronado Island at the north end of Loreto Bay. The easiest way is to drive north from town on Davis Street.

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Winter Camp at Colter Bay Campground

Just a 45 min drive from Jackson Hole, the Colter Bay Campground on Jackson Lake is a great spot to camp overnight, fish and canoe in the spring and summer time when the ice has melted.

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Relax on Eureka Peak

Accessing Covington Flats in Joshua Tree National Park requires a high ground-clearance overland vehicle. Bring spare water and emergency tools incase of a breakdown.

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Hike the Covington Crest Trail

Accessing Covington Flats in Joshua Tree National Park requires a high ground-clearance overland vehicle. In the summer months a standard car might make it to the parking lot after the 7.

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Hiking Bishop's Peak

Bishop's Peak is one of the most frequented hikes of the San Luis Obispo Area. With a 950ft elevation gain in an estimated 3 mile trek, the summit's peak rests at 1,559 feet.

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Soak in Umpqua Hot Springs

When you arrive at the hot springs you'll see a bathroom and large dumpster in a small gravel parking lot.

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Watch the Sunrise at Crater Lake

Drive to the overlook at Crater Lake well before sunrise. Actually, you should probably just sleep in your car for a bit to make sure you're not late for this incredible sight.

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Explore Samuel H. Boardman State Park

Enjoy 12 miles of rugged, steep coastline with many hidden & secluded beaches and coves. Difficulty varies from beginner to advanced depending on your desired hike.

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Explore Fern Canyon

Fern Canyon is located within Gold Bluffs Beach at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park located some 45 miles south of Crescent City, CA.

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Explore the Prairie Creek Redwoods

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park is located in Orick, CA about 50 miles North of Eureka, Ca and 25 miles South of Crescent City, CA. Take the Newton B Drury Scenic Parkway exit off of Highway 101.

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Hike the Badlands Loop in Death Valley

The Badlands Loop is a surreal 2.5 mile walk down into the gullies and gulches below Zabriskie Point in Death Valley.

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Explore Zabriskie Point

Zabriskie Point is a unique viewpoint in Death Valley National Park located just east of Furnace Creek on Hwy 190.

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Hike Natural Bridge Canyon

Natural Bridge Canyon is one of the few canyons in Death Valley with an official trailhead that can be easily accessed from the parking lot.

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Take a Walk on Badwater Basin's Salt Flats

Taking a walk on the salt flats at Badwater Basin is like no other experience in Death Valley National Park.

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