Adirondack Mountains, New York
The Adirondack Region is the largest publicly protected area in the contiguous United States. It is also home to 105 towns and villages. With diverse wildlife inhabiting sprawling green mountains, the Adirondacks are an ideal desitantion for any lover of the outdoors. From New York to Vermont, these mountains will be sure to provide
Acadia National Park, Maine
Nestled on the coast of Maine, you get the best of both worlds with this National Park, which combines mountains and sea. Offering a diverse set of activities along with its incredible array of natural wildlife and plant life, Acadia is an ideal east coast destination for both a lover of the green and blue.
Asheville/Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina
The Appalachian Mountains provide an incredible opportunity for people on the east coast to get outside and really experience that mountain feeling. The Blue Ridge Parkway is renowned all over the country for its incredible pull-off vistas, turning the distant mountain tops blue. In the fall the trees turn with the season to paint a canvas only possible by nature itself. Asheville, ranked the No. 1 place to travel to by Good Morning America in 2015 proves to be the perfect city full of culture, activities, and top notch resorts.
Appalachian Trail, Virginia
The Appalachian Trail stretches all the way from Georgia to Maine, but the majority of the trail is located in the state of Virginia. Offering incredible hiking and biking experiences, and trip on the trail is hard to beat. With views that can give any outdoor destination a run for its money and that signature Appalachian feel, it is definitely somewhere to check out in the near future.