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With crashing waves, winding coastal drives, and quirky beach towns, the Pacific Coast serves up classic California vibes alongside Oregon’s rocky capes and Washington’s misty forests. Surf swells at surfers’ paradises, hike windswept trails like the Lost Coast Trail, and sample farm-to-table fare from Seattle to San Diego. Each town has its own adventurous personality, tied together by the thrilling Pacific Coast Highway and stunning scenery where mountains meet the sea.

Forestiere Underground Gardens

Venture to this Catacomb Inspired Underground Garden in Fresno

Inspired by the historic catacombs of Italy, the Forestiere Underground Gardens are a unique landmark in Fresno. This place has spread across 10 acres to create the underground villa.
Snoqualmie Falls, Washington

Behold the Misty Grandeur of Washington’s Snoqualmie Falls

Cascading 268 feet down a sheer cliff outside Seattle is the breathtaking Snoqualmie Falls, one of Washington State's most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come annually to marvel at this thundering natural wonder.
Yosemite Falls, California

Yosemite Falls, North America’s Tallest Waterfall

The crown jewel cascading in the heart of Yosemite Valley is the one and only Yosemite Falls. With a total drop of 2,425 feet spread across three distinct tiers, this towering waterfall stands proud as the highest in Yosemite National Park and one of the tallest in North America.
Mob Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada

Dive Into the Shadowy History of Organized Crime at Las Vegas’ Mob Museum

In downtown Las Vegas, The Mob Museum provides an immersive look at the rise of organized crime in 20th-century America and law enforcement's efforts to combat it. Housed in a historic 1933 federal courthouse, this engaging museum transports visitors to the Prohibition era that gave rise to the Mob's power.
Salt Creek Falls, Oregon

Marvel at the Cascades of Oregon’s Breathtaking Salt Creek Falls

Located within the lush yet rugged mountains of Oregon’s Willamette National Forest lies one of the nations most beautiful waterfalls. Salt Creek Falls plunge 286-feet into the gaping canyon below making for picturesque views and great opportunities for some amazing photos! Not only is this waterfall one of the state’s tallest, it is also known for its thunderous roar, especially after a heavy rain. The average flow over the falls is about 50,000 gallons per minute.
Huliheʻe Palace, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Step into Hawaiian Royalties Vacation Home at Kona’s Hulihe’e Palace

Built in 1838, this seaside palace has served as a resort for Hawaiian royalty for years. Located on the Big Island, Kailua-Kona, the historic Hulihe’e Palace stands as an iconic landmark. The home is built of lava rock and other resources to create the beautiful look that is still debuted to this day.
Avenue of the Giants from Humboldt Redwoods State Park

Marvel at Giant Redwoods Along California’s Avenue of the Giants

In Northern California, a scenic byway called the Avenue of the Giants winds through the towering redwood groves of Humboldt Redwoods State Park. Formerly part of Highway 101, this narrow road carries visitors through cathedral-like stands of the tallest living things on earth.
Fort William H. Seward, Alaska

Experience History of the Last Frontier at Fort William H. Seward

Established in the late 1890s, Fort William H. Seward quickly became an important military base in the great Alaskan wilderness. The fort served to protect settlers in the area who came in search of gold and creating their own homestead. Today the fort is preserved as a National Historic Landmark.
Goldbelt Tram

Take this Tram 1,800-Feet Up a Mountain and Through a Rainforest

Ride up the side of Mount Roberts in a tram car and see for miles around. Starting at the cruise port in Juneau, you will be transported on a short ride up the mountain to the summit. On your journey you will even get to pass by the bountiful Alaskan rainforest!
Hoover Dam, Nevada

Be Amazed by the Engineering Feat of Nevada’s Iconic Hoover Dam

Straddling the Arizona-Nevada border in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River stands the mighty Hoover Dam, one of America's greatest engineering marvels. This massive concrete arch-gravity dam was built between 1931 and 1936 to tame the Colorado River for irrigation, electricity, and flood control.

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