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The Monument Valley Loop

No tour of the American west would be complete without a stop at Monument Valley. Few places are more striking, more iconic, and more well known than Monument Valley’s massive red buttes and mesas. Indeed, [read more]

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Sedona’s Schnebly Hill 4×4 Road

Along with the Grand Canyon, Sedona is one of Arizona’s most popular tourist attractions. The reason lies with Sedona’s towering buttes, canyons, and spires. Simply put, there are few places in the American west more [read more]

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Moab’s White Rim Trail

If you’re like me, you have a bucket list, a lifetime wish list of things to do and places to see. My bucket list is pretty extensive. It includes destinations and 4×4 roads from Alaska [read more]

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Utah’s Moki Dugway

If you’re a daredevil who enjoys thrilling, hair-raising drives then you’ll love tackling the Moki Dugway in southern Utah. Located on Utah-261, the dugway twists and turns 3 miles and drops 1,100 feet from the [read more]

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The Burr Trail, Utah Scenic Backway

Unforgettable! Spectacular! Amazing! These are just a few of the superlatives that come to mind when describing the Burr Trail Scenic Backway in southern Utah. A former cattle trail, the Burr Trail provides the overlander [read more]

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The Grand Canyon North Rim

Dubbed the “Greatest Earth on Show,” and labeled one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the Grand Canyon is, without a doubt, a must-see stop on your tour of the American west. Designated [read more]

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Quartzsite, Arizona

Nestled near the California border, Quartzsite, AZ is known as the boondocking capital of the world for Recreational Vehicle (RV) owners, but the small desert town is also renowned for its winter shopping, gemstones, and [read more]

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Utah’s Valley of the Gods

Mysterious and hauntingly beautiful, the Valley of the Gods is a must-see gem of the American Southwest. Located on property managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Valley of the Gods will captivate [read more]