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    Portland

    Oregon, USA
    246 reviews

    Portland is an eclectic city with lots of outdoors activities. Rent a bike and tour down the esplanade or have some free fun jumping in the Salmon Street Springs. It is easily walkable for a day tour or you can hop on the light rail to get a broader look. There are many cheap eat options with plenty of food ...

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    San Francisco

    California, USA
    1973 reviews

    Here's what I'd recommend for a visit to San Francisco: Stay at one of the grand hotels around Nob Hill. Take the cable cars past Union Square or to Fisherman's Wharf. Visit the Ferry Building and its farmers markets and specialty shops. Admire the view. Take a ferry to Alcatraz, or if you want to hike, Angel's Island. Read about ...

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    Yosemite National Park

    California, USA
    252 reviews

    My ultimate nature porn! One of the most memorable adventure I went on last September for half dome. Why it's nature porn: - woodpecker - fawn - weird quail-ish bird - heard a bear try to brake into the food box at night - deer crossing - snow on the way to the half dome - fog from the river ...

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    Big Sur

    California, USA
    109 reviews

    Clinging to a wind-blown, rocky coastline south of Santa Cruz, Big Sur has a bohemian past (just visit the Esalen Institute and the Henry Miller Library for a taste) and plenty of nature for hikers, beachcombers and wildlife lovers (visit Andrew Molera State Park to learn about endangered California condors at the educational center and possibly spot one soaring by ...

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    Glacier National Park

    Montana, USA
    51 reviews

    There were approximately 150 glaciers in 1850, most of which were still around in 1910 when the park was established. These days 25 glaciers remain and many estimate that the park’s largest glaciers will be gone by 2030. Grinnell Glacier, one of the largest, has lost 90 percent of its ice in the last century. Time to book a trip ...

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    Rocky Mountain National Park

    Colorado, USA
    31 reviews

    Gorgeous scenery is all around you at this national park west of Denver and north of ski country. Go in summer, when the park's high-altitude road is open, letting you drive between the west side where wildlife abounds and the east side, which has chains of lakes for hiking and backpacking. If you've got a 4WD vehicle with high clearance, ...

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    Sequoia National Park

    California, USA
    36 reviews

    Sequoia National Park isn't as famous or crowded as Yosemite National Park, but that's okay because that means more solitude for you. High Sierra Nevada mountain scenery, serene groves of giant sequoia trees, nature trails and riverside swimming holes are what you'll find here. If you've only got limited time, don't miss a climb up Moro Rock, a walk around ...

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    Shenandoah National Park

    Virginia, USA
    15 reviews

    I loved this park and every hike we took. Go there during Autumn, and you'll be blown away by the colors of the leaves on the trees. Stop at every scenic overlook along the Skyline Drive - you won't be disappointed. But be sure to take at least one hike in order to see the park from more of a ...

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    Santa Monica

    California, USA
    146 reviews

    If there is one city in LA that I LOVE, it is certainly Santa Monica. The culture and vibes are really positive, a lot of health and fitness going on in the area and great shopping! The city is really pro-bicycles and have places to park/store your bike safely while hanging in the downtown area. Great restaurants, the beach and ...

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    Denali National Park

    Alaska, USA
    23 reviews

    This park is so vast, you could visit it time and again and not get tired of it. We only had time on our last visit to drive the first 10 miles or so into the park, but even so we found great short hiking trails with incredible vistas. If you really want to see the park's iconic wildlife (megafauna), ...

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    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

    Hawaii, USA
    87 reviews

    Hawaii has only two national parks, both focused on preserving the islands' unique volcanic landscapes. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is unique, because it protects Kilauea Volcano, which is still active. Even if the lava isn't flowing during your visit, the park is still an awesome place to go hiking or just for a scenic drive. The Kilauea Iki Trail feels ...

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    New Smyrna Beach

    Florida, USA
    18 reviews

    Awesome little Florida beach town. Quite possibly the best Florida has to offer outside the Keys...

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    Yellowstone National Park

    Wyoming, USA
    158 reviews

    Even at the end of May, yellowstone still has quite a lot of snow on the mountain and it was only about 40 degree.

  • 14

    San Diego

    California, USA
    648 reviews

    It's for you to choose whether I'm biased or in the know, but after living in San Diego for almost 20 years of my life I really think it's one of American's best cities. I love the fact that within two hours of surfing, you can be in the mountains picking apples. The weather is fantastic and with such great ...

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    Seattle

    Washington, USA
    616 reviews

    Always a great time! Would absolutely love to live here if there was just a tad bit more sunlight. Things to do: Pike Place and other farmers markets, buy local and try coffee.

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    Miami Beach

    Florida, USA
    180 reviews

    Decadence and Art Deco characterize Miami's most famous neighborhood. But you could be forgoing the Fontainebleau and reminiscing about the architecture sooner rather than later. Miami’s party zone is predicted to see a rise of 23 to 61 cm in the next 50 years

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    Santa Cruz

    California, USA
    132 reviews

    Santa Cruz where the mountains meet the ocean... So many eco-climates in this town it is amazing. World renown surfing beaches, but there are also beautiful beaches for the beach goer who wants calm waters. You can hike in the redwoods, visit a vineyard, and go boutique shopping all on the same day... Santa Cruz has great restaurants many using ...

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    Honolulu

    Hawaii, USA
    297 reviews

    Ahh, my hometown! I love Honolulu! There is so much to do and see here, especially if you love nature and being outdoors. The weather is typically nice all year round with showers here and there. People are friendly, food is good, and there is so much culture and aloha spirit everywhere you go.

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    Hilo

    Hawaii, USA
    22 reviews

    Hilo is small and quaint but manageable much better for living in than touring. I've spent much of the past year that I've been in Hawaii living in Hilo. I love the warm days sprinkled with intermittent rain to keep the temperatures from getting unbearably hot. For me the weather is perfect!

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    Tucson

    Arizona, USA
    87 reviews

    Tucson think American history... Cactus and and sand! Tucson is a southwestern cosmopolitan town. There are many reasons to come to Tucson, the University of Arizona which is highly regarded, there is a definite university feel around it with restaurants and activities; Tucson gem and mineral show, which brings 1000's of jewelers and rock hounds from all over the world ...

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