The New England states are known for spectacular fall foliage, and Vermont, three-quarters of which is covered in forest, is perhaps the best place to see trees ablaze in reds, oranges and yellows during autumn.
Much of Oklahoma's pioneer past is preserved at museums and monuments in the state capital, Oklahoma City, which is now also known for its vibrant nightlife, arts, sports and culinary scenes. Once you've sampled juicy southwestern barbecue and taken in a baseball game or two, travel north into Kansas to see the last of the prairie lands that once stretched from Canada to Texas.
In the upper crest of the USA's West, where Montana stretches north to Canada, lies Glacier National Park, a wild expanse that covers more than 4,047 square kilometers. No matter the time of year, though, there a few must-sees and must-dos when you visit Glacier National Park.
Nestled between two ski resorts, Park City is best known for its accessibility to incredible snow sports and the annual Sundance Film Festival. The city's booming dining scene and breathtaking mountain backdrop make it a vibrant winter destination for out-of-town visitors.