6. Grand Teton National Park
Once home to trappers and ranchers, everybody in the world can now visit the Grand Teton National Park to explore more than 200 miles of trails. Here you’ll enjoy breathtaking lakes and prairies, not to mention the jaw-dropping, snow-capped peaks of the Grand Teton mountain range.
If you don’t have a lot of time to explore this wild wonderland in its full glory, don’t worry, you can hike up and down the Cascade Canyon Trail for some of the most beautiful backdrops you’ve ever seen. We’re sure that you’ll want to come back soon to explore more trails soon afterward!