|Exploring Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona|
|South Kaibab Trail, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona|
|Harding Icefield Trail, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska|
|Mono Lake South Tufa State Reserve, Lee Vining, California|
|Mono Lake is one of the places where I could enjoy photography with a tripod, haha, because it is such an easy hike I could afford carrying an extra weight!|
|Bridalveil Falls, Yosemite National Park, California|
|Hiking @ Twenty Lakes Basin, Yosemite High Sierra|
6. Check for places of lodging or hotels that is nearest to your outdoor adventures.
Although staying a little bit further or closer to nearby cities may be cheaper and/or have more luxuries, but you do not want to waste so much time on the road driving that you'd end up having very little time to explore because most of your day is spent on driving and nothing else.
Most flights have no cancellation policy. If they have, the price is usually more than doubled. If you make flight reservations first because the air fare deal is so tempting, you may find out there are no more hotels or places of lodging available. Unless you are willing to go camping, you may end up cancelling your flight and lose some money. :(
Most hotels that are closest to places of major outdoor adventure such as inside National Parks need at least 6 months to reserve because rooms get filled in so quick. Planning is the key. Once you have made reservations, you can start looking for air fare.
|Crater Lake National Park, Oregon|