With the beauty of its gentle location, Six Senses Spa Samui is a journey to rejuvenation. The spa is part of the Six Senses Hideway Samui, Thailand, which is nestled among 20 acres of lush landscape that ensures maximum privacy.
Trinidad’s beaches and bluffs offer hikers a wild and isolated experience despite their location so close to town. Actually, there’s not much town to get away from: Trinidad, with a population of 350, is one of California’s smallest incorporated cities.
Mt. Ashland rises to 7,500 feet in the Siskiyou mountain range as the highest peak. The slopes facing the north accumulate around 300 inches of annual snowfall.
The Lassen National Forest contains over one million acres situated in northern California with 36 campgrounds, two lakes and Lassen Peak. Its volcanic history creates an interesting study of land formations where visitors can explore old lava tubes, Hat Creek Fault and old red-hot rivers of lava.
Occupying southwestern Oregon and reaching in toward California and extending close to the Pacific Ocean is the Rogue River - Siskiyou National Forest with close to 1.8 million acres of forest land.
Pacifica State Beach is a three-quarter of a mile long crescent-shaped beach known amongst surfers as Linda Mar Beach due to the fact it faces Pacific’s Linda Mar section.
Located in the shadow of the Three Sisters, Mount Bachelor is nonetheless one of the most famous volcanoes in the Cascade Range, not because of its size or beauty but because it is home to the largest ski area in the US Pacific Northwest.
Planted in southern Oregon is Klamath Forest Wildlife Refuge was renamed Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in 1998 because of the refuge acreage boosted from a little over 16 thousand to over 40 thousand acres.
Arranged along the old U.S. Highway 30, where motorist at one time crawled along the high cliffs that belonged to the Columbia River Gorge, bikers and hikers use the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail.
As a summer only attraction Benbow Lake nestled near the Eel River comes to life between Memorial Day through Labor Day. The State Recreation Area dams the river, forming a lake for canoeists and swimmers.