Havasu Falls, AZ

Reached via an 8-mile hike, these astonishing falls are the jewel of the

Havasupai Indian Reservation.


Muley Point, UT

Although it’s not in a national park, this little-known overlook serves up Utah’s most spectacular view.

Tombstone, AZ

The definitive Wild West town

has barely changed since the

Shoot-Out at the OK Corral.  

Las Vegas, NV

This mind-boggling 24-hour, 21st-century playground offers visitors thrills, glitz and jaw-dropping excess.

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Monument Valley, AZ/UT

However familiar it may seem from the movies, seeing this iconic landscape in real life will take your breath away. 

Winslow, AZ

Follow Route 66 to the gorgeous La Posada hotel, and watch the trains go by from the station outside.  

Canyon de Chelly, AZ

Now owned and farmed by the Navajo, this amazing canyon is filled with ancient “cliff dwellings”.

Mesa Verde, CO

A thousand years ago, Ancestral Puebloans lived for generations in this extraordinary Cliff Palace.

all text © Greg Ward