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Awe Inspiring Scenery without Hiking - Any Ideas?

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UK Married couple (late 50’s) seeking ideas for hard-earned holiday in North America
14 to 17 days starting 12th October 2013
Unfortunately, unable to hike, (or even walk much more than 2 miles a day)

LOVES: Outstanding Scenery, Scenic Drives
(Lakes / Ocean, Mountains, Colours, [Leaf-peeping?],
Any scenery classed by many as ‘awe-inspiring’)
LIKES: Wildlife, Sight-seeing, Culture, NP’s, Eating out
DISLIKES: Heat, Beach holidays,
£££? We fly economy, staying in 3*or 4* accommodation

We tend to spend 1st couple of days or so exploring a city, then ‘scenic drive’
All ideas welcomed. Many Thanks.

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