Exploring Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.

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Following one of America’s “scenic byways” offers boundless flexibility for choosing one’s getaway plan. They’re the miniature versions, if you will, of the ambitious nationwide “auto tour routes” like those that follow the Oregon Trail or Route 66. Every one of the 50 states has designated scenic byways within its borders, offering trip lengths, themes and features for virtually any vacationer.

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Looking for a scenic hike? A wildlife-spotting trek? Or maybe a challenging workout is more your thing. Parks in Nebraska and surrounding states offer it all.

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Just because there are no oceans in the Midwest doesn’t mean there isn’t any water fun to be had. There are lakes and rivers of every size in this area, with so much to do many times a day trip isn’t enough.

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Thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies — we have some ideas for you. Google “benefits of adventure travel” and nearly 16,000 results pop up, including improved physical fitness and health, a boost in self-confidence and the development of stronger coping skills when dealing with life’s ups and downs. A sky or air adventure offers its participants a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the world below.

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