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40th anniversary in April--where to go in US for active couple??

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We're active and still working and celebrating our 40th anniversary in April. We had a beautiful trip to Italy with friends celebrating our 65th birthdays, so want to stick to the US for our 40th wedding anniversary. We live near SF in California. We love hiking, exploring interesting neighborhoods, natural areas, birding, historic sites, etc. In the last few years we've been along the coast of Maine and into New Brunswick and loved it. We recently hiked in the redwood forests in Northern California as well.
We're going in late April/early May. I would love to go to Banff/Lake Louise (of course in Canada, not US) but realize April probably not optimal. We love small quaint B&Bs, not big hotels or motels.
What can Fodor folks suggest that we might not have considered? Think I have free miles for anywhere in continental US, so we're open to anything (but we're definitely not Las Vegas or Palm Springs travelers, for example).
Thanks for any help! Leslie

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