Hidden Gems in America

What are some hidden gems in America? I want to have a list of nice places. One I saw that looks good is Havasupai. Food is horrible but the places looks amazing

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Havasupai is beautiful as long as you are ready for all the walking, my gps logged 40 miles of hiking when I went.

    My submission is Mt Rainier. It's not "secret" per se but maybe not as obvious if you don't live in the PNW. Really lovely views and hikes in the park

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I read that it is 12 miles from the most common starting point.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        There is a lot of hiking back and forth from the lodge/campsite area to visit all of the sights and landmarks during a several day stay in havasupai, more than I was anticipating when I went

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    America is frick huge. I made it down to devils backbone in grand canyon realized its another 12 hrs to walk down that trail turned around and walked 12 hrs back to the car. 4AM driving out all the packmules where standing in a field crying. 250 packmules all standing there crying in the dark.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      why were they cry?

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Havasupai is very well-known, but it's on native land, so admission is strictly regulated.
    Get a car you can sleep in and a topo map, then wander the American West. There's so much unique shit to see, mostly on public USFS and BLM lands.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This it's on a shitty indian reservation where they are extremely rude and hostile, and will steal from your camp. In general indians don't like visitors wandering outside of the tourist containment area (casino or other attraction) on their land.

      I read that it is 12 miles from the most common starting point.

      There's a lot of vertical elevation change and its an extreme climate.

      Havasupai isn't in America. It's a sovereign reservation filled with morbidly obese Indians. But it's a fricking awesome hike. I went a few years ago in October with my gf and another chick and had a blast. It looks exactly like the pics. It was 12 miles in from the top of the hill to our campsite. The chick went with wore the wrong songs and got massive blisters, so we had to take the chopper out of the canyon which I didn't mind. I liked the shitty food they served in the one cafe in town.

      A few of my favorite lesser known gems in the US:

      Ouray, a small Colorado town in the mountains with a massive outdoor hot spring you can swim in all year. It's halfway between Durango and Telluride. All three towns are amazing.

      Lava Hot Springs Idaho, a beautiful little town near the Utah border with a warm creek that runs through it. They maintained a lot of the old buildings and hotels on main street. The bars are super cheap and fun at night. A lot of hippies hang out there in the summer. You can tube all day on the river with an endless shuttle for like $10.

      Missoula Montana (rafting, food)
      Bethany Beach Delaware (white people, amazing food)
      Miramar Beach Florida
      Harpers Ferry Wva (biking, hiking)
      Tiburon Ca (for bike riding, kayaking, insane views,)

      Ouray and Durango are absolutely great little towns. Telluride is very snobby but really pretty.
      Other places I'd recommend going in that region that aren't super well known are White Sand Dunes NM, Meteor Crater, the petrified forest, Sedona, monument valley (also on indian land), the Moki Dugway, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, don't skip arches and the GC even though they're well known.

      why were they cry?

      Guessing he meant the noise they make but the indians do beat them. They get really butthurt over people taking pics of this too.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I heard Injuns are absolute c**ts at antelope canyon. Are they that rude. There's barely any in Torontostan

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          why are they such buttholes?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            i can think of a good few reasons

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Boo frickin hoo

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >took of 90% of their land
                >killed the bison
                >gubernment bounty on indian heads
                >Indian Removal Act (Trail of Tears)
                >Dawes Act
                >general israelitery with treaties
                >Sand Creek
                >Wounded Knee
                >everything south of the rio grande
                You'll grow out of your edgy phase once you hit ~20

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                This. The mature thing to do is be an aggressive entitled butthole to everyone, dye your hair blue, groom children, and feel entitled to scream at strangers.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I can almost guarantee you that those traits are less common in injuns than other (your) races

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I would assume that anything you leave in your tent when you swim during the day might get stolen, including the tent. We didn't have a problem when we went, but I've heard many stories. We always brought our wallets, id's, money and phones with us when we left the tent.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Havasupai isn't in America. It's a sovereign reservation filled with morbidly obese Indians. But it's a fricking awesome hike. I went a few years ago in October with my gf and another chick and had a blast. It looks exactly like the pics. It was 12 miles in from the top of the hill to our campsite. The chick went with wore the wrong songs and got massive blisters, so we had to take the chopper out of the canyon which I didn't mind. I liked the shitty food they served in the one cafe in town.

    A few of my favorite lesser known gems in the US:

    Ouray, a small Colorado town in the mountains with a massive outdoor hot spring you can swim in all year. It's halfway between Durango and Telluride. All three towns are amazing.

    Lava Hot Springs Idaho, a beautiful little town near the Utah border with a warm creek that runs through it. They maintained a lot of the old buildings and hotels on main street. The bars are super cheap and fun at night. A lot of hippies hang out there in the summer. You can tube all day on the river with an endless shuttle for like $10.

    Missoula Montana (rafting, food)
    Bethany Beach Delaware (white people, amazing food)
    Miramar Beach Florida
    Harpers Ferry Wva (biking, hiking)
    Tiburon Ca (for bike riding, kayaking, insane views,)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks, I'll note these down.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Northwestern Nebraska

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      When I dropped a pin on a random spot in Northwestern Nebraska, this is what I saw. This is probably the most grim landscape I've ever seen in the US. I think it's worse than the truck stop in Pennsylvania everyone always posts.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ohio.

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