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Death Valley National Park
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Death Valley National Park: Iconic sights, things to do & how to plan your trip

Death Valley is known to be the driest, lowest and hottest national park in the USA. It’s famous for its unique desert landscape, geological uniqueness and diverse scenery: Even though the park’s name indicates a desolated wasteland the reality is: Death Valley National Park consists of majestic sand dunes, barren salt flats, slot canyons, multi-colored hills and high rising peaks. Convince yourself!
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fall foliage Oregon
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Fall in the Pacific Northwest: Things to-do & go-to destinations

Hiking through colorful fall foliage, farm visits, pumpkin patches, Halloween and Thanksgiving, soaking in natural hot springs, cuddling up in front of a campfire and enjoying the weekend in a cozy cabin in the woods. The opportunities for fall activities in the Pacific Northwest are as diverse as the geography of the upper left USA itself.
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Lavendelfelder in Oregon, USA
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Lavender fields in Oregon – from Portland to Hood River Valley

Endless, purple blooming carpets of lavender can only be found in France and the most beautiful lavender fields are located in Valensole? That’s only half the truth. Lavender doesn’t only grow in Europe, but also in the US. Some of the most beautiful lavender fields in Oregon are located in the Hood River Valley
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