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Created by IntoTheWild - August 6th 2012

Photo of Olympic National Park
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600 E Park Ave, Port Angeles, WA, US

Olympic National Park

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113mi 04h 34m

1567 Westside Rd, Friday Harbor, WA, US

Lime Kilm State Park

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351mi 07h 20m

20024 Silver Falls Hwy SE, Sublimity, OR, US

Silver Falls State Park

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169mi 03h 08m

Pacific Crest Trail, OR, US

Crater Lake National Park

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231mi 04h 37m
Photo of Redwood National Park
4.9

US Highway 101, Orick, CA, US

Redwood National Park

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254mi 04h 49m
Photo of Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park
5.0

California 89, Burney, CA, US

Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park

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310mi 05h 51m
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122mi 02h 26m
Photo of Armstrong Redwoods State Rsrve
4.9

17000 Armstrong Woods Rd, Guerneville, CA, US

Armstrong Redwoods State Rsrve

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70mi 01h 30m

1 Muir Woods Rd, Mill Valley, CA, US

Muir Woods National Monument

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174mi 03h 22m

Pfeiffer Big Sur Road, Big Sur, CA, US

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

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158mi 03h 60m
Photo of Carrizo Plain
4.5

17495 Soda Lake Rd, Santa Margarita, CA, US

Carrizo Plain

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185mi 03h 46m
Photo of Lassen Volcanic National Park
4.6

44801 State Highway 36 E, Mineral, CA, US

Lassen Volcanic National Park

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114mi 01h 47m
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153mi 03h 16m
Photo of Death Valley National Park
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Death Valley National Park, Furnace Creek, CA, US

Death Valley National Park

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356mi 06h 34m

Pioche, Panaca, NV, US

Cathedral Gorge State Park

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140mi 02h 54m
Photo of Zion National Park
4.9

State Rte. 9, Springdale, UT, US

Zion National Park

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41mi 00h 57m
Photo of Glen Canyon & Lake Powell
4.4

Glen Canyon Nat'l Recreation Area, Page, AZ, US

Glen Canyon & Lake Powell

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71mi 01h 09m
Photo of Glen Canyon
2.9

691 Scenic View Road, Lake Powell, UT, US

Glen Canyon

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189mi 03h 11m

1824 S. Thompson St., Flagstaff, AZ, US

Coconino National Forest

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85mi 01h 48m
Photo of Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
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