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14 Gorgeous Places In The U.S. To Reconnect With Nature

Need to get back in touch with nature? Visit one of these U.S. destinations. Stay connected while abroad with new Fido RoamTM and don’t sweat the bill. Use data, talk, and text for $6 per day in the U.S. or $10 per day in tons of international destinations.

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1. Big Sur, California

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Big Sur, a stretch of coastline in central California, is known for its rugged cliffs and turquoise-blue coves that can be seen from Highway 1. Visit for gorgeous views and epic mountain biking.

2. Yosemite National Park, California

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Visit Yosemite National Park in California's Sierra Nevada mountains for magnificent waterfalls and giant Sequoias. Yosemite is the perfect destination for bouldering or just exploring the wilderness.

4. Zion National Park, Utah

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Zion National Park in Utah is filled with narrow canyons, high plateaus, and monolithic cliffs. These make it the perfect destination for canyoneering — or traveling through the canyons — which involves rappelling, swimming, hiking, and other skills.

7. Acadia National Park, Maine


Acadia National Park is Maine at its best — filled with wild blueberries, tiny islands, and evergreen forests. Hike (or just drive) up to the North Atlantic seaboard's highest peak, Cadillac Mountain.

9. Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Michigan


One of the most beautiful things to see in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is the awe-inspiring Lake of the Clouds. The park is one of the best places in the Midwest to explore waterfalls.

11. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming


Yellowstone is home to wildlife like bison — and geothermal activity like hot springs, mudpots, and geysers. One of the highlights of the park is Old Faithful, one of the most famous geysers in the world.

12. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, Idaho


Craters of the Moon encompasses three major lava fields — which makes it feel like another planet — plus miles of grasslands. Hike or explore the caves to really explore the volcanic terrain.

13. Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina and Virginia


The Blue Ridge Mountains, named for the color of the distant ridges, are just a small part of the Appalachian Mountains. Hike the Blue Ridge's section of the Appalachian Trail, great for beginners, and cross it off your bucket list.

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