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What You'll See on a Highway 89 Road Trip

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A drive down Highway 89 is, in many respects, the quintessential American road trip. It stretches from the Mexican border to the Canadian border, taking drivers on a trip through five different states, with the potential to visit National Parks, National Monuments, and plenty of roadside attractions along the way.

The Must-See Spots at Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons

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It's nearly impossible to see everything that a national park has to offer in one day, particularly in the vast, expansive Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Travelers who truly want to experience these parks need to stay at a nearby resort, giving them a comfortable home base to begin their explorations each day.

[MAP] The 3 Best Zion National Park Trails to Know

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No trip to southwestern Utah is complete without a stop at Zion National Park. This park is filled with canyons, cliffs and abundant wildlife, making it a nature lover's dream come true. The trails that wind through Zion National Park have been explored by people since the beginning of time, from the natives who first called this land home to the pioneers who settled the American West.

5 Reasons to Visit Bryce Canyon in the Spring

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Utah’s Bryce Canyon is known for its deeply brick-colored rocks, drastic and labyrinthine formations and its stunning wilderness areas. While it’s famous for winter events, such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, it’s arguably even better in spring. Here are five reasons to make it your destination in the next few months.