Vegas is great! It’s one of the few places in the world where you can go really go wild and let loose. But after a few days of it, it can be draining. You start to lose track of time, incur gambling debt and walk around with a constant hangover. That’s when it’s nice to pack up and recharge with some of the amazing landscapes surrounding the Vegas area. Nevada borders Arizona and Utah and…

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The Grand Canyon is America’s most famous natural wonder, and there’s no better want to see the South Rim than by hiking the South Kaibib Trail. There are many other routes you can take, but the South Kaibib Trail offers a combination of secluded hiking and canyon views that can’t be beat. The best part is, you can hike as little or as much as you want. It’s a great trail for beginners and those…

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I recently went on an epic 4-day roadtrip to Zion National Park, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, The Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. It was an incredible weekend filled with mountains, views and the opportunity to reconnect with nature, one of the goals for my year of adventure. The first stop, Zion National Park, was nothing short of amazing, though not exactly what I was expecting. RELATED POST: SHOULD YOU VISIT UPPER OR LOWER ANTELOPE CANYON? The Narrows v.…

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Can you visit Machu Picchu in one day? Of course you can! I saw Machu Picchu and the surrounding Sacred Valley in just 5 days, so it is doable. Granted, if you want to hike the Inca Trail, you’ll need that time alone just for your camping expedition. But you can get the full experience of the site without roughing it for days beforehand to get there, and here’s how! Getting to Aguas Calientes The first thing you…

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