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We have a lot of time to explore this beautiful country and that is what we plan to do! This area is growing with information as we are checking out new places everyday and telling you, here, what we think of them. We spill all our our favorite spots, including our go to photography, camping, biking, surfing, and hiking spots. They will be organized by State. If you are looking for some road trip ideas near you, browse thru; you might find yourself in an adventure. 


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Sedona Vortex

Apparently there are a whole bunch of vortexes out in Sedona. I can't speak for any vortex but my own. It was hard too pick up and leave. This place is overflowing with activities. There are too many things to do in one trip, which keeps you coming back for more!

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Great Sand Dunes 

If you are in Southern Coloradical, make a stop here. These sand dunes are the tallest sand dunes in North America, at 750 feet high. Making it to the summit of the dunes is a feat. Check out what we have to say about it! 


5 Days in Boulder

Did you know that this place has been named "happiest place" in the US? I know we felt the Boulder vibes. This small city at the base of the Rocky Mountains is rampant with year round outdoor activities. Check out some of our favorites.   

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Alabama Hills

Alabama Hills sits at the base of the tallest mountain in California, Mount Whitney. This place has mind blowing free camping on BLM land. This is a climber haven. If you don't climb, neither do we, but we still found plenty of activities to keep us there for a few days. Read more about it in our SW Tour Road Trip.


SW Tour: Death Valley 

We came here in early spring and it was still ridiculously hot. Hence why most people treat this park like a drive through National Park. Check out what we have to say about it in our Southwest Tour Road Trip.


Joshua Tree

J-Tree National Park is a mix of exotic granite rock formations and awkward Joshua Trees scattered throughout this bizarre landscape as far as the eye can see.  This is a great place for rock climbing and Scrambling around. Check out what we had to say about it in our SW Tour Road Trip. 


Trona Pinnacles 

Trona Pinnacles is some of the most bizarre random in the middle of nowhere landscapes we experienced. This place was all ours for the stop over.   


HWY 395

If you are like us and you've taken I-5 North or South all the time, it is time you change it up, because you are missing out. You can trade the 5's cow fart smell for hot springs, back side of the Sierra Nevada vistas, East side Yosemite entrance, Mono Lake, free camping, and more.



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Jemez Springs to Taos

Nice little Northern New Mexican adventure. Hot Springs and Mountain biking and hiking like some local Norteñas. 


White Sands NM

For 275 square miles, wave-like dunes of pure white gypsum sand takes over the Southern New Mexico desert, making this the largest gypsum dune field in the world. Do not miss this world wonder. 

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Valley of Fire

This is one of those parks that you can drive thru on a blistering hot day and still enjoy the detour'd view. Most of Utah will blow your mind just driving thru it, but if you can get out and enjoy it!


Red Rocks

The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in Nevada is an area managed by the BLM as a National Conservation Area. It is easily seen from the Las Vegas Strip as it is only about 15 miles west of Las Vegas. If you are looking to getaway from the casinos and clubbing life, this is for you. 

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The Burr Trail 

Buckle up, stock up, and fill up for an off the beaten path in Southern Utah.  You can drive for miles down this trail and not see a single person. So come prepared with plenty of radical self reliance off grid living. 


Zion National Park

Holy smokes. This place is beyond epic. It's like a desert Yosemite. If you are in Southern Utah, do not miss this place. Check out what we had to say in our LA to Durango Road trip!


Bryce Canyon

Just when you think Utah has blown your mind to bits, Bryce Canyon goes and turns it into dust. Standing on the edge of this canyon was insane and then walking down and thru it, makes you just giddy about how crazy the earth is. Check this place out!


Capitol Reef NP

If you are in the Lake Powell area, don't over look this spot either. If you can't tell, we love Southern Utah. Secret slot canyons and crazy layered mountains. 


Monument Valley Overlook Camping

This was one of most incredible campsites we experienced on our LA to Durango Tour. We found a free EPIC campsite at Muley Point, overlooking the San Juan Goose Necks and Monument Valley off in the distance. 

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