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Hiking in United States

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I've been pretty much everywhere I wanted to go, I think. Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Zion, Capitol Reef, Bryce, and many more, Acadia, Smokey Mountains, Mount Washington, etc.. I'm going to Yellowstone and Glacier National Park in 2 weeks.

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?

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?

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