What to see in the US?
The massive lands of the USA offer unbelievable variety, so much so that 40% of Americans do not own a passport as all their diverse travel needs are met at home. Landscapes are not always spectacular of course, ranging from endlessly, terminally dull to totally incredible, while outdoor activities run from the simple to extreme in thousands of well-supported recreation areas.
Another natural wonder, but Arches is all about arches and odd shaped rocks, and lots of them!
If you’re passing by, OK, but Canyonlands is less inspiring than other national parks.
Drop in en route for somewhere else but otherwise no biggie, except for this face/cave!
Sand Flats is a sensational spot for cycling and off-road wheels.
Great scenery and tribal experiences but you really need to take a paid tour around the Navajo lands.
Surprisingly interesting and varied views but don’t underestimate distances and heat!
Death Valley National Park is something of a surprise. It’s a lot bigger than most would imagine and can get scary when darkness falls.