A world-famous scenic drive along a 31-mile portion of old Highway 101, through the heart of the California Redwoods.
Chimney Rock offers the best of the mountains in one place–spectacular 75-mile views, hiking trails, a 404-foot waterfall, animal discovery den, a variety of special events and more. Located just 25 miles SE of Asheville on US74A. Open all year. Pet friendly.
An easy, 1/2 mile loop trail featuring the towering Founders Tree, and the Dyerville Giant.
Tour an extensive cavern system that has been used by humans since prehistoric times.
Gap in the Rock is a limited and steep fissure in the western edge of Glen Canyon, in southern Utah in the western United States. In the fall of 1879, the Mormon San Juan Expedition was looking for a course from south-focal Utah to their proposed settlement in the far southeastern corner of the state.
The Painted Desert is a United States desert of barren wasteland in the Four Corners area from the Grand Canyon National Park into the Petrified Forest National Park.