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You can also visit the historic Point Sur lighthouse.Big Sur is home to the Esalen Institute, a famous retreat center with its own hot springs and spectacular views.

Today Acadia National Park takes up most of Mount Desert Island and is the oldest national park east of the Mississippi.

Travelers come to hike, bike, swim, row, fish and ski.

Walk in the footsteps of naturalist Charles Darwin as you learn how the geological history of this chain of islands allowed unique animal species to flourish.

You can see endangered giant tortoises, sea lions, flamingos, Galapagos penguins, sleeping sharks, marine iguanas and birds such as the finches that first inspired Darwin’s theory of evolution.

Related: 6 Tips to Stay Healthy & Fit on Vacation In both summer and winter, the Swiss Alps are an active traveler's dream.

The skiing in winter is unparalleled, and in summer there’s no better place for hiking and even biking.

You can camp among the redwoods at the state parks in the area.

Take the hike to Pfeiffer Falls, and if you’re fit, try the challenging trail to Sykes Hot Springs.

You can hike the miles of carriage trails throughout the park, originally commissioned by industrialist John D. Related: 12 Workout Mistakes That Sabotage Results The breathtaking views on this part of California’s coastline, where the Santa Lucia Mountains drop into the Pacific, have long inspired travelers and artists.

Inaccessible by road until 1937, it was one of the state’s most remote areas.

"People have more access to the world now than any generation before," says Chris Chesak, Executive Director for North America/Oceania at the Adventure Travel Trade Association.

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