Travel Forum 8 years ago
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Bufillas Hi guys!! I just discovered Globetrooper and I love it!
I've taken a look at the places you intend to visit and I'd just like to comment on some places you might want to see.
Yosemite and Colorado Canyon: amazing wildlife and some incredible views I definitely wouldn't miss.
Route 66: One of those trips I'd like to do in my life & I hope I have time
Alaska & Canada Mountains: Definitely a MUST! It's a shame it may be too cold/snowy for a Road trip around november..
On the "down" side, I wouldn't spend much time in Las Vegas (expensive and artificial), LA or Montreal. All are big cities, too expensive and really not worth much time, having so many other places to visit.. but hey, thats my opinion! (haviing already been there)
Good luck to you guys and I hope you have a great time!!
Jebbert If you wanna see the Northern lights pretty much keep going North. Dawson City, Yukon is a good place to go. Very small like less then 1000 people but still a city.
Sunny covered some cool stops in Alberta. Didn't even know about the creationist museum and I have lived in Alberta all my life.
Checking out a Edmonton, Calgary hockey game would in my opinion be exciting. They are the only 2 teams in Alberta and get intense. The parties after the games are always fun no matter which team your rooting for.
Waterton national park in Alberta is very beautiful and doesn't have the crowds Banff national park has.
If you wanna see such things as the worlds biggest teepee, egg, dinosaur, beaver, golf tee, putter, dragonfly, and many others. Or the starship enterprise in Vulcan, Alberta.