Great American Travel: West Coast

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Trying to plan a trip out West? Well there are plenty of great and diverse sites to choose from. Here are a few that we recommend—maybe you can even cover all of them with a road trip!
 
Yosemite National Park
In Yosemite National Park you’ll discover great views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, thriving vegetation, and the highest waterfall in North America. The Tuolumne Meadows contain colorful wildflowers and views of majestic peaks.
 
Ride Rincon’s Waves
In mid-west coast California is Rincon, known as a great right point wave, which is good for intermediate to advanced surfers and both long and short boards.
 
Huntington Botanical Gardens
This botanical oasis lies in the desert, where you can sit in the rose garden or adore the design of the North Vista camellia garden, which includes rows of 17th- and 18th-century statues of mythological figures.
 
Beaches of Olympic National Park
If you’re looking for solitude and adventure, try the beaches of Washington’s Olympic peninsula, which are accessible only by a network of backpacker trails. Behind the beaches the rainforest is home to deer, elk and bears.
 
J. Paul Getty Museum
One of the best museums on the West coast is the J. Paul Getty Museum, where the goal is to make the collection meaningful and attractive to a broad audience through educational programs, special exhibitions, publications, conservation, and research.
 
San Francisco Jazz Festival
This music festival can last up to nine weeks and always attracts a diverse line-up ranging from well-known jazz names to locals. You’ll hear a variety of jazz sounds and feel extra good about it—proceeds help SFJAZZ, a nonprofit organization dedicated to jazz and jazz education. 
 
(Reference: Worldreviewer.com)

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