Huh; that should be awesome with a mountain bike as well. :huh:I'm adding one to my list- the Trans American Trail. North Carolina to the Oregon coast, on dirt. Either via Jeep or a small dual sport or enduro motorcycle. It fascinates me that in 2016, in the U.S., you can travel that far off-road.
1. Hiking to the top of Mt Whitney.
2. Camping and hiking in Mineral King (Sequoia NP).
3. Backpacking in the Grand Canyon (maybe for a couple of days at least).
4. Backpacking in the high back country in Yosemite (I usually just hike up out of the valley and back down to basecamp).
5. Camping and hiking in Olympic NP.
6. Camping and hiking in Joshua Tree NP (never been desert camping).
Probably a million other things which don't come to mind at the moment.
Desert camping is awesome!. If you do it a telescope is recommended.
Death Valley is a great place also.
I'm still hoping to pull off the Aussie right-of-passage road trip across the Nullabor (Adelaide to Perth) and/or from Adelaide to Darwin via Uluru.
Preferably in one of these:
the stereotypical big aussie sedan - barn door simple and built to roll along those endless kilometres...
...or an Aston Martin. Either way.