The end result was a nine day, 1700 mile road trip around the entire state. We stopped in all five National Parks, seven State Parks, three National Monuments, and a handful of other places of interest.
heart of the Rocky Mountains. Its location, nestled at one end of Rocky Mountain National Park, has made it a very popular vacation spot. Surrounded by majestic mountains and a national forest and anchored by the largest natural lake feet deep, m
Pinnacles Valley Trail- The trailhead lies at the end of the Pinnacles Spur Road, 7 miles km) Southeast of the Phantom Ship Overlook off of the main Rim Drive, on the southeast corner of the park. at Crater Lake National Park, Oregon Cascades
Hiking the Beehive Trail in Acadia National Park: Iron rungs on ledges of exposed cliffs, very steep, very awesome! Starting/Ending Point. 100 feet north of Sand Beach Parking Area. Round Trip Distances miles km - Love the Beehive!