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May 4, 2022
How to find and manage your collection of purchased audio tours in the GyPSy Guide app.
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Most definitely the star of Rocky Mountain National Park, Trail Ridge Road is a scenic drive like no other in the country. This 48-mile road climbs up to over 12,000 feet through dense aspen forests, gorgeous mountain valleys, and unique alpine tundra.
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The jewel of the Canadian Rockies, the turquoise-coloured Lake Louise is perfectly framed by towering peaks and the Victoria Glacier and is a definite must-see sight.
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Originally constructed in 1920, the Old Fall River Road was the first automobile route in Rocky Mountain National Park to provide access to the park’s high country.
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The tallest peak in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is a bucket list hike for many (and one of the easiest peaks to bag).
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The second highest waterfall in Canada, Takakkaw Falls are the biggest and the mightiest of the many incredible waterfalls in the Canadian Rockies, and a must-see during your visit to Yoho National Park.
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At only 80 pounds, the endangered Key Deer is the smallest subspecies of white-tailed deer and they are found exclusively in the Florida Keys.
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Driving the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail’s scenic 6-mile loop is a short drive from the hustle of Gatlinburg and a wonderful way to spend a couple of hours, passing historic cabins and some of the park’s best waterfalls.
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One of Zion National Park’s most famous landmarks, the Court of the Patriarchs is three prominent sandstone peaks named after the biblical figures of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
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Inspiration Point is arguably the most spectacular viewpoint in Bryce Canyon, and from here you can look out across the entire Bryce Amphitheater to see thousands of hoodoos.
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Cades Cove is, without a doubt, the most popular place in Great Smoky Mountains National Park for wildlife viewing and photography.
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Located inside Banff National Park, the small Town of Banff in the Canadian Rockies Tour is visited by millions from all over the world.
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Driving Newfound Gap Road is a highlight for many visitors in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Bear Lake is one of the most picturesque lakes in Rocky Mountain National Park. The lake is the starting point for many of the park’s most popular hikes, and there’s a leisurely stroll around the lake with fantastic mountain views.
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Considered one of the best waterfall hikes in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the 80-foot Laurel Falls is very photogenic and named for the mountain laurel that blooms along the trail in spring.
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Seeing wildlife such as moose, elk and bighorn sheep is often the most thrilling highlight of a visit to Rocky Mountain National Park.
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One of the world’s longest stone arches and the longest in Arches National Park, Landscape Arch stretches over 300 feet but is only 11 feet thick at its center.
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Standing 128 feet tall, Balanced Rock in Arches National Park looks ready to topple over. It’s not really balanced, but you can see how it defies gravity from the road or on an easy walk.
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A short sidetrip from the Black Hills Tour is the mesmerizing rock formation, Devils Tower. This was a place of intrigue and fascination even before it became the nation's first National Monument.
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The classic image of Canyonlands National Park, Mesa Arch perfectly frames the iconic canyon vista and the distant La Sal Mountains.
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Spearfish Canyon in the Black Hills is a superb 19 mile stretch of road with stunning waterfalls and 1,000 foot high limestone walls, and it’s one of the most beautiful ways to get from Deadwood to Spearfish.
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Mammoth Hot Springs is a fascinating complex of colorful terraces and hot springs that’s constantly changing. See them up close on the boardwalks, or drive the short loop.
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If you only have time for one trail in Zion National Park and you’re comfortable with heights, Angels Landing is not to be missed.
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The southernmost point in the continental US is in Key West, marked by a striped concrete buoy. From here it’s just 90 miles to Cuba, and despite local legend it’s not possible to see the lights of Havana.
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Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park Tour is often considered the world’s most famous geyser and its eruption schedule is highly predictable.
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Lamar Valley is one of best places in Yellowstone National Park Tour for wildlife spotting, including bison, elk, bears and wolves.
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The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is arguably its most fantastic natural feature. It’s the third-largest hot spring in the world and deeper than a 10-story building.
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Custer State Park in the Black Hills is best known for its wildlife, especially the herd of around 1,500 North American Bison. The Wildlife Loop is one of the most popular scenic drives in the Black Hills, and you’ll often catch glimpses of bison, bighorn sheep, deer and elk.
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Located at Bow Summit along the Icefields Parkway in the Canadian Rockies is the simply stunning Peyto Lake. The elevated viewing location, the surrounding mountains, and being glacier fed, makes Peyto Lake perhaps the most superbly coloured, mountain lakes you will ever see.
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The most famous arch in Arches National Park, seeing the 60 foot Delicate Arch is like meeting a celebrity. It’s also the best sunset spot with the arch simply glowing at dusk.
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The most famous and recognizable memorial celebrating the nationhood of the USA must be the 4 presidential faces that look out from Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills.
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The Icefields Parkway in the Canadian Rockies Tour is one of the world’s most spectacular drives, and its praise is well deserved. Along this 233km drive between Lake Louise and Jasper, there’s surreal colored lakes, towering mountain peaks and ancient glaciers, and amazing wildlife watching opportunities.
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Located a short drive from Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies, Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks is considered so iconically Canadian that it was featured on the Canadian $20 bill for many years.
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One of Zion's bucket list hikes, The Narrows is a unique slot canyon adventure through the narrowest section of Zion Canyon.
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The John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in the Florida Keys was the USA’s first undersea park, and covers around 70 nautical square miles with mangrove swamps, shallow water coral and deep sea reefs.
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Winding its way from Custer State Park, the final 45 minute approach to Mount Rushmore follows the amazing Iron Mountain Road in the Black Hills.
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Bahia Honda State Park is rightly considered the best beach in the Florida Keys. On a nice warm day this is highly recommended stop.
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Completed in 1930, the 1.1 mile Zion-Mt Carmel Tunnel was an engineering marvel for access from Zion to Bryce Canyon.
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Yellowstone National Park with GyPSy Guide Driving Tour App
As you plan your next RV trip get the best road trip essential, GyPSy Guide, and avoid wasting time researching hidden gems and must-see attractions.
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