U.S. National Forest

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Tongass, Alaska -  This Alaskan forest features 800-year-old Sitka spruce, western hemlock, and pine trees.

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Coconino NF, AZ - Arizona's saguaro cactus and sandy environment complement the spectacular alpine tundra and striking red rock formations of the Coconino National Forest.

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Dixie National Forest, UT  Dixie Forest, 170 miles away in southern Utah, is home to Zion National Park and the often-neglected Vermilion Rocks.

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NM's Cibola National Forest -  New Mexico's 1.6 million-acre Cibola National Forest is a sky island. The mountain ranges surrounded by grasslands go up to 11,300 feet.

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Superior, MN -  Superior is most popular for kayaking, hiking, fishing, skiing and paddling in the famous Boundary Waters.

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White River National - White River National Forest consists of eight wilderness areas, including the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness and 10 mountain peaks.

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Sierra National Forest, CA Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park and Mount Whitney overwhelm the Sierra National Forest, a dense forest of 12 million acre

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Bridger-Teton, Wyoming  The Bridger-Teton National Forest contains 1.2 million acres of glaciers, limestone peaks and hundreds of miles of protected areas.

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Romantic Getaways in The US

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