Fresh mountain air, fresh mountain spring water, fresh mountain dew. Everything about mountains screams fresh so when you’re looking for a new place to visit, why not visit some of the freshest places in the United States?
Usually, people think beaches when they are planning a vacation, but the mountains offer an exciting new way to get away in the United States that will fill you with mind blowing views and some space from the everyday hustle and bustle. Get some serenity now the easy way with these beautiful mountain destinations.
Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville is filled with breathtaking rivers to fish and beautiful trails to hike that can eat up an entire vacation quickly and enjoyably. But you can also head downtown and find a beautiful city full of fun. There are galleries, museums and artist studios to go admire as well as delicious local restaurants, popular breweries, and tons of music to help round out the eclectic scene that is Asheville. Positioned between the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina is definitely a place not to be missed.
If you want the beach and the mountains in one vacation, then Hanalei is the place for you. Hanalei is positioned on Kauai, the northernmost island of Hawaii. Beautiful views are inescapable in Hanalei no matter what activity you choose to partake in. Whether you’re hiking, kayaking, swimming, surfing, doing the dishes, or folding your laundry, you will be left awestruck by your beautiful surroundings.
There are beautiful cliffs, beautiful rivers, beautiful beaches, beautiful flowers and beautiful sunsets. If I had to describe Hanalei in one word, it would be…beautiful.
Hood River, Oregon
The Pacific-Northwest has known for its incredible mountains and Hood River is no exception.
Mount Hood is an exceptional mountain that spends most of the year covered in snow. You will also be right where the Hood River and the Columbia River intersect. You can visit this place all year long. In the winter there is great skiing, but in the summer there is also great windsurfing in the Hood River Gorge where some say windsurfing was actually invented.
There are also great restaurants, breweries, galleries and wine tasting. Hood River is a beautiful destination that is sure to blow you away.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
The Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges make Jackson Hole, Wyoming a must see. Right on the edge of Yellowstone, National Park, the natural beauty you will find yourself surrounded by is simply breathtaking. There are also beautiful hotels, spas, and fancy restaurants that will make you feel fancy in the wilderness, or you can go round the town and experience its gritty history as a cowboy town. So put on your boots and spurs and giddy-up all around this glorious vacation destination. There’s no better place to cowboy-up than in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.