Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park is known for its mountains, rain forests and breathtaking beaches.
Rainier National Park
Rainier National Park has its fair share of still active volcanoes, forests and lakes. I've seen it before, but with all its merits, why not see it again when it's right along the way?
Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake is a peculiar remnant of a collapsed volcano with a lake in its crater. I've been dying to see this for years, but never made it south enough in Oregon.
Bonneville Salt Flats
The Bonneville Salt Flats aren't even a National Park, but definitely deserve their place here. Why travel all the way to Uyuni in Bolivia when you can just go to Utah?
Grand Tetons National Park
Remember me telling you about my admiration for Ansel Adams? Well he and @worksology are the reason why this particular National Park has been my obsession for a while now.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone is the other National Park I've always wanted to see. Yosemite came first. I'm desperately craving a drive along with the buffalos, seeing the Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Spring.
Glacier National Park
Glaciers have a special place in my heart, because Alaska... you know! I however was always aware of there being a GLACIER National Park and have to see it for myself. I absolutely want to drive along the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road and camp out in a teepee underneath the stars.