Mount San Jacinto State Park: Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.

If you’ve ever driven to Palm Springs, whether coming from the west - or from Blythe and Arizona to the east - you cannot miss the magnificent, looming mountains that contain the peak of Mount San Jacinto. It’s the first range of mountains you see when driving in from the barren Sonoran Desert, coming from …

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Niagara Falls: America’s Most Famous Waterfalls.

Routinely assumed to be a single waterfall, Niagara Falls is actually three separate waterfalls. It consists of Bridal Falls, American Falls, and the biggest and most famous, Horseshoe Falls. The last waterfall is what people typically picture when thinking of Niagara Falls. I, embarrassingly, was one of these people, until I got to visit this …

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Plymouth Rock: The Landing Spot of the Pilgrims (allegedly).

Honestly, Plymouth is delightful! It's (obviously) located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, inside Pilgrim Memorial State Park. Plymouth Rock is definitely the main attraction of the area, and it is located right alongside the beach. It’s in a surprisingly tranquil and scenic location, given the hustle and bustle of the East Coast we had previously experienced, and …

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The Superstitions: The Most Haunted Mountain Range in America.

Tucked away into a deserty corner of central Arizona is a mountain range that is small but very mighty. Located inside the Lost Dutchman State Park, near Apache Junction, and within three different counties (Maricopa, Pinal, and Gila), sits the Superstition Mountains. About 45 minutes from downtown Phoenix, it’s an easy day trip. However, it’s …

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