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So, anyone have any scenic places to go in the 50 states? If you do, give us a picture and where it's from.
 

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Oregon has beaches, coastal mountains, valleys, the Cascade mountains / volcanoes, and high desert terrains. Trails range from easy to insane.

If you're lucky enough, you can catch a day when its not raining... Here's a shot up in the Cascade mountains near Broken Top, not far from Bend, Oregon...



 

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Oregon has beaches, coastal mountains, valleys, the Cascade mountains / volcanoes, and high desert terrains. Trails range from easy to insane.

If you're lucky enough, you can catch a day when its not raining... Here's a shot up in the Cascade mountains near Broken Top, not far from Bend, Oregon...





Darnold87, you sure your not talking about Wash. Ha Ha


The NW is everything you want in DS riding.



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goldenhtr - I understand Washington is gorgeous too. I may have to do some camping up there next summer... Probably will take the Suzuki Sidekick rather than the TW due to distance. Any recommendations on camping and/or riding areas?
 

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Saluda NC.









Big Bend National Park TX



 

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Chispa Road TX.









Big Bend Ranch State Park TX





 

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goldenhtr - I understand Washington is gorgeous too. I may have to do some camping up there next summer... Probably will take the Suzuki Sidekick rather than the TW due to distance. Any recommendations on camping and/or riding areas?


I'm sure a small trailer behind that sidekick with the TW on it would be possible.




http://www.riderplanet-usa.com/atv/trails/washington_list.htm



http://www.treknow.com/washington/backroads/



http://www.wabdr.com/



Afew of my route planer sites.
 

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I'm off to Glacier National Park next week. The Going to the Sun Road opened just a few days ago so I'm not sure how many higher altitude hikes I'll get in (many still closed due to snow), but the valleys will still keep me plenty busy.



High exposure goat path...







Access to the goat path is from a well maintained and not as exposed trail with spectacular views...



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmoG_pzlhbo[/media]



Going to the Sun Road...







Mount Grinnell...







Iceberg Lake...















Not me but a cool picture...



 
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