Great Road Trips: Rocky Mountain States

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Idaho Parks
Idaho
Dworshak State Park, located on the western bank of Dworshak Reservoir, is a popular fishing, boating, and archery spot.

Take this drive: Idaho Heartland

Travel Montana/Rick and Suzi Graetz
Montana
The sky colors with dusk as twilight settles over Flathead Lake.

Take this drive: Flathead Lake

Travel Montana/Donnie Sexton
Montana
St. Mary Lake, with tiny Wild Goose Island seemingly adrift in its center.

Take this drive: Going to Sun Road

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Wyoming
Tall and majestic, the Teton mountain range's rocky peaks yield a supreme view.

Take this drive: North to Jackson Hole

Photo courtesy Utah Division of Travel Development/Frank Jensen, photographer
Utah
Mesa Arch is in the heart of the Island in the Sky section of Canyonland National Park.

Take this drive: Utah Byways

Photo Courtesy Utah Division of Travel Development/Frank Jensen, photographer
Utah
Coyote Gulch is a stopping point for hikers in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

Take this drive: Bryce Canyon

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Rocky Mountain State Park
Colorado: Rocky Mountain State Park
Turnouts on the road allow numerous opportunities to see the wilderness close up. Above the tree line, alpine meadows stretch into the distance.

Take this drive: Rocky Mountain Ramble

Arizona
The hauntingly beautiful rifts of the Grand Canyon.

Take this drive: Grand Canyon Loop

Arizona
The signature formations of Sedona's stunning landscape provide a spellbinding view.

Take this drive: Red Rock Country

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New Mexico Department of Tourism/Mark Nohl
New Mexico
At Taos Pueblo, stucco-covered adobe blocks -- straw mixed with clay -- form thick walls, providing excellent insulation.

Take this drive: New Mexico North

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