I've been pretty much everywhere I wanted to go, I think. Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Zion, Capitol Reef, Bryce, Acadia, Smokey Mountains, Mount Washington, etc.. I'm going to Yellowstone and Glacier National Park in 2 weeks. Haven't been to Denali in Alaska. Not sure I want to?
I'm looking for something new and exciting. I like to fly fish and hike. I'm not interested in flying to a park just to see a waterfall and leave. I don't like cruises. I prefer viewing by land and foot.
Does anyone have any unique suggestions? Places around the US I may not have thought of where I can do some great hiking and fly fishing? I'm looking for extraordinary places.
Also, I've been to many states except Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Illinois, Chicago, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, North/South Dakota and Idaho. Are there any unique site seeing opportunities there even if its not hiking or fly fishing? It's difficult to explain my taste. I love a cup of coffee at the Teahouse on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico but I don't care to walk around San Francisco's manhattan like area all day and be a tourist.