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Tourisme au Michigan

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Tourisme au Michigan

Tourisme au Michigan

Le Michigan est un État du Midwest des États-Unis, entouré en parti par les Grands Lacs qui forment une frontière naturel avec la province canadienne de l'Ontario. Il est entouré au nord par le lac Supérieur, à l'ouest par le lac Michigan et le Wisconsin, à l'est par le lac Huron et le lac Érié et au sud par l'Indiana et l'Ohio. Avec Lansing pour capitale et une superficie de 250 941 km2.

Son nom lui vient des Natives Américain qui occupait la région à l’origine qui signifie grande eau du mot ojibwé Mishigamaw. Il est surnommé l’état des Grands Laces

Sont climat est un climat continental humide sans saison sèche influencé par les Grands Lacs. Avec des hivers généralement froids pour des étés chauds et humides ou les températures minimales descendent sous les -10 °C et peuvent monter à 32 °C.

Avec Leelanau Peninsula, et sont microclimats frais vous découvrirez la cuisine locale qui accompagne parfaitement les vins de cette petite région ou se niche près de 25 établissements vinicoles ou une sélection de raisins bien adapté à sont climat comme les : Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir et Cabernet Franc.

la région surnommée l’« Up North

Aujourd’hui le Michigan tire partie de ses immenses ressources naturelles et de son patrimoine historique au profit du tourisme estival et hivernal, avec ses milliers de pistes de motoneige ou de traîneaux à chiens.

Avec ces Lacs et ses 5000 km de côtes le Michigan offre avec les une multitude d’opportunités pour des escapades le temps d’un Weekend d’une journée ou tous simplement une semaine de vacance

Le littoral en effet offre d’innombrables promenades avec ses 149 phares, des iles par centaines permutants des journées en bateau ou la découverte de ces innombrables petits ports le long de ces côtes vous donnant l’occasion de jouer aux chercheurs de trésor ou tous simplement de profitez des plages et de ces immenses dunes de sable.

En quittant la côte des grands lacs ont découvre de grandes et larges forêts parsemés de plusieurs milliers de lacs autour desquels de nombreux villages pittoresques se sont installés.

Plus au nord sur la frontière canadienne ne manquez pas de venir voir les écluses de Soo Locks à Sault Sainte-Marie qui laissent passer les gigantesques cargos océaniques, cette région est également un refuge pour les animaux sauvages et les amateurs de tourismes verts qui viennent profiter des innombrables chutes d’eaux.

Sans oubliez le village de Holland situé sur la côte du lac Michigan, fût créé par une communauté religieuse venue des Pays-Bas, ce village ou l’on retrouve les origines néerlandaises avec une architecture coloniale accompagné par le fameux moulin de Holland et les fabriquant de sabots un endroit agréable ou il fait bon de si promener le temps d’un weekend.

Plus au sud sur la frontière la frontière de l’Indiana vous découvrirez une suite de petit ports (petites station balnéaire) qui vous permettent de se baigner, faire du bateau, aller à la pêche, manger dans un des restaurants avec une vue sur les plages

Cette région du Sud, est bien plus agricole, mais en dehors de ces petites villes elle est aussi plus urbanisée que le Nord c’est la que ce trouve la ville de Détroit, 6e métropole américaine ou il bon de visitez le Detroit Institute of Art à ne pas manqué, ou encore le Motown Historical Museum, témoin de la soul music.

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Wisconsin Tourism

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Wisconsin Tourism

Wisconsin Tourism

Wisconsin: in Native American means where there is grass

Wisconsin is a state in the US Midwest surrounded to the north by Lake Superior and Michigan, to the east by Lake Michigan, to the south by Illinois and west by Iowa and Minnesota.

With for capital the city of Madison and Milwaukee for the more largest city

Located atop of the Midwest, it is bordered by some huge lakes such as Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.

With its fertile land bordering its large lakes, it is one of the leading agricultural regions of United Sate .It is particularly green, making this state an ideal location for outdoor holidays with family.

This differentiates this region from the rest of the country by the fact that it was first colonized by German, Scandinavian and Swiss.

Its tourist attractions are based both on nature, culture and a fascinating historical heritage.

Tourism activity it is not limited to the wineries, Wisconsin also has many other cultural assets, natural and historic: as the Milwaukee Art Center, a museum of natural sciences, the Lizard Mound State Park (Native Americans tumuli), the old Wade House (former diligence) of Greenbush, or the old World Wisconsin, outdoor museum with some farms built by German migrants.

Are tourism is a cultural tourism and attracted by the Eco tourism with its lakes.

That is making this state an ideal place for some families’ holidays with provisions for boating, hiking, camping and fishing. Throughout the Lake Superior discover the Door Peninsul, a region dotted with seaside resorts, beaches, small fishing ports and recreational areas.

Ideal for family vacations you can also spend a stay in the area of ​​Wisconsin Dells. Or occupant ballast state you will also discover a wide plateau nearly to 603 meters with Mount Arvon the plain of Lake Michigan created by the ice age.

The state is crossed by the Mississippi River and its tributaries, Wisconsin River and St. Croix River,

Are wet climate is continental and rough with poor soils, covering nearly half of its territory the forest is composed of oak, fir, pine, birch and maple , consist of splendid colors, allowing pleasant walks in summer and winter through landscapes of great sweetness.

The Wealth of its fertile land, make Wisconsin one of the first agricultural regions: cereals, potatoes, soybeans, tobacco, fruits and vegetables, but also pig and mink, dairy products, without forgetting the logging so it is dotted with innumerable villages or the diversity of American ethnic heritage is reflected in a festival of tastes in its gastronomy which is Italian, Irish, Polish or African American.

Do not waver in your chance to stay in this area or the beauty of these landscapes reflect somewhere the European Alps with its lakes and its countryside.

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Minnesota and Tourism

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Minnesota and Tourism

Minnesota and Tourism

Minnesota is a state in the US Midwest, surrounded on the west by North Dakota and South Dakota to the north by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, on the east by Lake Superior and Wisconsin and south by Iowa.

Its name comes from "mnisota" Minnesota River named by the Dakota Sioux tribe.

Which means sky color water in the Sioux language of the Dakotas giving tribute to all the scattered lakes in the state, and Lake Itasca, where the Mississippi source.

Established in 1849, the city of St. Paul became its capital; It is also the US state further north, with the exception of Alaska, with its extreme northwest who is the only region that lies north of the 49th parallel north.

Its winters are relatively cold and snowfalls are frequent with hot and humid summers with reference to the large number of lakes in the state (over twelve thousand) causing thunderstorms

It is crossed by two major rivers Mississippi that rises north of the state in Itasca Lake and its tributary, the Minnesota, which rises to the southwest of the state and flows into the Mississippi near St.Paul city.

Located in the heart of Minnesota, the discovered Midwest and its lifestyle with restaurants gastronomic and culture will surprise you with the simplicity of the gents who lives here or countless lakes occupying the region allow travelers to stop at the edge of a lake enjoying the activities related to water sports and all the full range of activities in one of its parks.

You can also go and visiting the home of aviator Charles Lindbergh or visited the old iron mine located in Soudan Mine State Park.

With many museums, theaters, quality restaurants the city of Minneapolis will enchant you with its culture that is everywhere without forgotten the marina in the city center that allows weekend to enjoy a good party of fishing on the lake.

Native American territory for over 9,000 years you will discover also not far from St Paul near Mille Lakes gathering of Native Americans, dedicated to the people of Ojibwa, and enjoy the Winter Carnival in January

Agriculture is the main source of economy, with the cattle, which in particular a strong production of cattle and calves and a producing dairy cow providing butter, cheese, and dairy products.

And the exploitation of raw materials such forest product and iron ore and taconite without forgotten the tourism that becomes a source of income.

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Tourism in North Dakota

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Tourism in North Dakota

Rectangular North Dakota is a state in the Midwestern United States, bordered on the west by Montana, to the north by the Canad</strong>ian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the eaong>st by trong>Minnesota or the flowing Red River on a north-south and to the south by South Dakota, with for capital Bismarck and largest city Fargo.

The North Dakota was originally inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years, and it was discovered by the French Canadian swapper Pierre Gaultier de La Verendrye who led an exploration to the Mandan villages in 1738.

Are climate is continental, with hot summers and w<strong>et. Or storms are frequent dong>uring the <strong>summer, which can lead to tornadoes, especially in the southeast of the state quarter which marks the beginning of the Tornado Alley.

Winters are very cold and dry, sometimes windy; with temperatures up to - 20 ° C, accompanied by severe snowfalls.

North Dakota is part of the Upper Midwest and Great Plains with a relief relatively flat with the western half of the country consists of the Great Plains and the northern part> of the Badlands, to the southwest g>of the state a large alley of 10 to 32 km wide and 300km long, offering the highest point in the state, with White Butte 1069 m of altitude.

Search also in eastern, the eastern part of the state with the flat valley of the Red River and fertile soil are drained by the Red River, which flowsg> north into <strong>Winnipeg Lake. It is a vast agricultural region. Where is the largest natural lake in the state (The Devil's Lake).

Ancient kingdom of the Natives American Sioux, North Dakota is rg>ealized in the embodiment of all possible, going admire the beautiful Badlands this 300 km long peerage protected by both sections of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park where we come from everywhere to replenish >oxygen and pure air to discover ong>forest, desert, mountains that shelter wildlife ranging from elk</strong> to prairie dogs and as new home for Canadian and French Troqueurs

This area is really a western décor or along the Missouri farms still remains one of the dominant activities with a river that is deployed and expanded with lakesstrong> and >dams as Lake Sakakawea, inland sea more than 320 km long.

The city of Bismarck state capital, is a provincial town. With its Capitol of art deco styling denom</strong>inate skyscrapers of the prairie, or you can also explore the North Dakota Heritage Center, Camp Hancock State Historic Site Old Government House.

You can discover to the Mandan city with the Railroad Museum. rong>Or the famous Lewis and Clark spent their first winter in Mandan tribe of Native Americans with theiong>r guide Sacajawea, a Shoshone who become as legendary as they and the On-A-Slant Village site you can explore the replica earth lodges used by Mandan.

Also discover Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, occupied by the 7th Cavalry in the years 1875 with the Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.

As Bordering Canada to the north, you can also discover from 120 km south of the Canadian border, the city of Grand Forks, this attractive town was a stage run> by travelers of fur companies or from the north trackers are came to sell their furs.

For lovers of deep west at about thirty kilometers you can see the Spirit Lake Sioux Indian Reservation. Offers every year in July the Folk Spirit Lake Oyate Wacipi Pow Wow and a year- Rodeo where you can discover the Fort Totten Military Post one of the best preserved forts of the Great West.

But the main attractions are the North Dakota Museum of CraftsPlan John D and the Odegard School of Aerospace Science.

Located at the crossroads, between Midwest and Great Plains, that State remains attractive for lovers of large space.

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Viticulture in North Dakota

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in North Dakota

Viticulture in North Dakota

Rectangular North Dakota is a state in the Midwestern United States, bordered on the west by Montana, to the north by the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the east by Minnesota or the flowing Red River on a north-south and to the south by South Dakota, with for capital Bismarck and largest city Fargo.

The North Dakota was originally inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years, and it was discovered by the French Canadian swapper Pierre Gaultier de La Verendrye who led an exploration to the Mandan villages in 1738.

Are climate is continental, with hot summers and wet. Or storms are frequent during the summer, which can lead to tornadoes, especially in the southeast of the state quarter which marks the beginning of the Tornado Alley.

Winters are very cold and dry, sometimes windy; with temperatures up to - 20 ° C, accompanied by severe snowfalls.

Despite Are continental cold and dry climate, it enjoys of some vineyards with the numbers 8, for nearly seventy references.

Among which were found grape varieties: Barolo-Red, Bourgeron-Red, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Chianti-Red, Gamay-Red, Gewürztraminer, Lambrusco-Red, Malbec, Merlot, Montepoliciano, Pinot Grigio , Pinot Black, Riesling, Sangiovese, Syrah, Valpolicella, Viognier, Zinfandel.

As well as white and red blend wines and berry wines such as: Apple Wine, Black-Currant-Wine, Blueberry-Wine, Elderberry-Wine, Wine-Peach, Rhubarb-Wine, Sherry-Wine , Strawberry-wine, and a fortified wine.

Wine Country, North Dakota produced wine from many fruits which gives a production of dry and sweet wines. Most dry wines are grape varietals while sweet wines are fruit wines.

It is the latest state of the United States to have authorized a marketed producer of wines since Prohibition, the first winery to open these doors to marketing was View-Winery created April 17, 2002 since joined by numerous other wineries.

Today all over the country, wineries and microbreweries are becoming more likely to be installed.

Feel free to discover this new road of wines and beer brewers and each institution has its own personality for to discover new flavors.

Again wineries and breweries in North Dakota will you open their doors with a guided tours accompanied of course by a tasting of their products

Many wineries and breweries in North Dakota include agricultural products such as wheat, honey and fruit, and other unique local ingredients like (dandelion wine) in their drinks.

Today the Association of North Dakota growers are developing some programs for an better vision and strategies for the wine industry in North Dakota while helping each newcomer in their facilities for their vineyards.

Search also in eastern, the eastern part of the state with the flat valley of the Red River and fertile soil are drained by the Red River, which flows north into Winnipeg Lake. It is a vast agricultural region. Where is the largest natural lake in the state (The Devil's Lake).

North Dakota is part of the Upper Midwest and Great Plains with a relief relatively flat with the western half of the country consists of the Great Plains and the northern part of the Badlands, to the southwest of the state a large alley of 10 to 32 km wide and 300km long, offering the highest point in the state, with White Butte 1069 m of altitude.

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Tourism in Montana

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Tourism in Montana

Tourism in Montana

Montana

Originally populated by several tribes of Native Americans: Sioux, Nez Perce, Kootenays, Cheyenne occupied these territories before the Europeans arrival.

Is a state of the northern United States with for capital Helena and it is surrounded on the west by Idaho, on the east by South Dakota and North Dakota, to the south by Wyoming and to the north by Canada's border with the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Its name comes from the Montaña (in Spanish, meaning "mountain.") with nickname Treasure State

Traversed by the Rocky Mountains Montana which has its identity, its relief is spaced by wide valleys with its mountains give identity to the Montana accompanied for that with a sunshine 300 days a year.

These lands that are the heritage of Native Americans are revealed as a sacred site where nature and spiritual, spoiled by heaven its offers to the visitors some majestic landscapes and allows you to feel calm and quiet natural big space.

The nature is omnipresent, also drew a path of humanity from the hot springs of Yellowstone to the Missouri River did not stop the life to develop it with the tribes of Native Americans and wildlife with bison, elk and other grizzlies are living in perfect harmony with the environment of these mountains.

With the National Park Glacier and the towering peaks of these mountains to the soothing scenery of waterfalls and mountain paths offer besides endless or it is not uncommon to find a bear crossing the road, goats or other wild animal offering further Yellowstone park with geological formations, geysers, hot springs or as it is not uncommon to cross grizzly bears, wolves, bison and bears.

All this vegetation comes right out of a world of legend.

In these mountains many ski resorts that are installed due to heavy snow, to the delight of winter sports fans without forgotten rides huskies.

Or with the spring the wakes of nature, fishing, canoe trips on the rivers Missouri are open, Yellowstone River, the Milk River, the Musselshell River which crosses the state from end to end, forming numerous canyons and waterfalls, where hiking on horseback or on foot give a thirst of authenticity. Or never would leave this paradise, if not to admire the turquoise waters of a mountain lake and the cherry blossoms placed on the sides of mountains.

These here once or territory of Native Americans; Sioux, Nez Perce, the Kootenais, Cheyenne, Arapaho or Blackfoot took ; Montana is to the place or in 1876 the memorable battle of Little Big Horn between the Sioux Sitting Bull to General Custer's troops at Little Big Horn. Roots of the State.

Do not forget to visit the remains of Bannack State Monument, a ghost town when the sheriff himself was head of a horde of outlaws.

Gate of Yellowstone park entrance, Bozeman is a charming provincial mountain city, ho need to be visiting.

The Montana is a rural area and as agriculture is mainly practiced in the wide valleys of the Rocky Mountain concerns livestock, wheat grain, forage and sugar beets, without forgotten forest exploitation.

Is the largest airport is located in the city of Billings, a very nice village Far West the most populous city.

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Tourism in Washington State

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Tourism in Washington State

Tourism in Washington State

Washington State

Washington State is located in the extreme northwest of the United States, bordered on the north by the Canadian province of British Columbia, to the east by Idaho, to the south by Oregon and to the west by the Pacific Ocean with for capital Olympia, and for economic capital Seattle.

Olympia, the capital, is also famous for its local cuisine and Pacific markets comprising leading farmers Eta.

The presence of Native Americans reserves recall it was once inhabited by Native Americans, Washington was colonized by many nations over the centuries, or Spaniards, British, and Americans it succeeded by trappers and explorers such as Lewis & Clark ardently coveted.

Its strategic location on the Pacific Ocean and the Canadian border allows traffic with Alaska, Canada and countries in the Pacific Ocean and developing maritime trade and it is to the birthplace of Microsoft and Boeing; with also included some few military centers.

You will discover three national parks, landscapes excessive especially to the west of the Cascades Range. This coastal region with a damp maritime climate or summers are mild and winters cool and rainy, with some of the oldest forests in the world, those of the Olympic Peninsula, or the Hoh Rain Forest, but the region is also known for totem poles and canoe rides, old heritage of Native American tribes.

The Cascade Range crossing the state has many peaks like Rainier Mountains at an altitude of 4000 meters overlooking the Cascade Range, mountains Adams, St. Hellens, Stuart and Glacier Peak, or the cultivation of wheat and corn is practiced in the highlands.

Tacoma city is oriented to the arts and culture, has the advantage of being located at the foot of Mount Rainier. Surrounded by an natural green scenery setting.

In the East, where it is warmer, amount of semi-desert plateaus, the population is more dispersed then.

Located in the northern part of the Cascade Mountains, North Cascades National Park is known for the variety of mountain landscapes, have discovers more than 500 lakes including Lake Chelan, one of the deepest US Lakes.

This region attracts hikers from all over. The park has a total of over 1,000 plant species and a wildlife to discover.

A few kilometers from Seattle The Olympic National Park is known for its forests, mountains and coasts, its name come from Mount "Olympus", the highest point in the region, outdoor activities abound with hiking, horseback riding, cycling and canoeing, to discover the flora and fauna.

Do not miss the Methow Valley Located north of the state that is home to more than 25,000 deer, or from the many ports along the coast where you can board boats to go seeing whales.

This state is a state of nature and wild places. Or visitors take the time to discover the beautiful landscapes this region with the chain of cascades ranges running through the state, it is an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts not to mention the local cuisine and his terroirs with many vineyards.

Its wines and fine cuisine are renowned over all in Washington State and is the second largest wine producer in the United States after California.

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Tourism in Oregon

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Tourism in Oregon

Tourism in Oregon

Oregon

Oregon is a state in northwestern United States, surrounded to the north by the state of Washington, to the south by California, to the south east by Nevada to the east by Idaho and to the west by the Pacific Ocean, and with the course of Columbia River and Snake River that serve as natural border to the east and north.

Oregon was originally occupied by: Native Americans, Bannock, Chinook, Klamath, and Nez Perce.

Located at an average altitude of 1004 meters are complex relief is not very high coastal mountains rising directly above the Pacific Ocean and innermost the Cascades chain culminating with Mount Hood at 3426 m in northern Oregon.

Due to its relief and its extension in latitude the climate is diverse: Oceanic, Mediterranean, alpine and desert.

Directly under the maritime influence of ocean the coastal region is experiencing a climate of oceanic. On the other side the east highlands of the Cascade chain experiencing a climate of both continental and semiarid.

The federal capital is the city of Salem and Portland its economic capital, a charming town surrounded by mountains, rivers and vineyards or History, Art and Nature are well aligned mixture

Separated by a natural volcanic mountains border, of the Cascade Range.

The 500 km of coastline along the Pacific are with vast beaches, breathtaking cliffs and dunes that suggest the pleasure of water sports in contrast to the interior of Oregon dry and barren land along gorges and mountains to discover the great spaces of eastern Oregon.

The west coast is characterized by its headlights, its famous beach Cannon Beach explorers Lewis & Clark but also, charming coastal towns like Florence and Newport and observation of whales migration.

Portland coastal city and the economic capital it is surrounded by mountains, rivers and vineyards.

Portland is a city of Sport and culture. It offers a variety of museums, festivals and charming shops without forgotten the Powells bookstore known in all the United States.

Located inland the city of Mount Hood near Columbia River, it is in a mountain region that allows the practice of hiking on foot or on horseback, fishing, climbing and camping. With on the banks of the Columbia River, Dalles-city is organized. Outdoor festivals, tasting days and fairs or local handicrafts offers multiple opportunities to taste their products.

The south of the state with the busy summer its offers in addition some preserved caves caving considered real treasures with one of the finest American parks, the Crater Lake National Park and the Lake District which the deepest lake in North America: with 600 meters of abyss and don’t Forgot Musics Festivals.

With the winter truffle season in the Willamette Valley home of the Oregon truffle, known as one of the best truffles in the world.

Or foodies flock to the wine region of Oregon to hunt truffles, with the market you will discover a world class truffles market or evening came the culinary chefs of region will make dinners with truffles.

Or join Corvallis for a week or culinary chefs from local restaurants show their talents by offering their best products in diners.

Once occupied by four tribes of Native Americans. The East of Oregon is rodeos area and Pow Wows that attract the crowds, with the best known being Pendleton Rodeo, this is the land of ranches and Indian art, or you can find extreme sports practice everywhere .

With about 300 days of sunshine a year the center of the state is a sparsely populated region, it offers peace and quiet. We can spend his holidays there staying in a ranch for an unusual experience. It is a paradise for individual sports, winter and summer between desert and mountain.

The economy of the state is based on the primary sector: production of cereals, fruits and vegetables, raising cattle (milk and meat) and poultry oyster and fisheries (salmon) and Forests explotations.

Feel free to discover Oregon and wine routes or whatever time of year you will always find plenty to see.

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Tourism in Idaho

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Tourism in Idaho

Tourism in Idaho

Idaho

Idaho is a state in northwestern United States, surrounded on the west by States of Washington and Oregon, to the south by Nevada and Utah and to the east by Montana and Wyoming, to the north with the Canadian province of British Columbia.

Inhabited from about 14,500 years, the discovery in 1959 of arrows in Wilson Butte Cave near Twin Falls, gave evidence of one of the oldest dated in North America, the most important tribes from Native Americans on the region were the Nez Perce to the north and Shoshoneau to the south.

Idaho is an important agricultural state: it produces about a third of all potatoes grown in the United States. Other notable agricultural products are beans, lentils, barley, wheat, bulls and sugar beet.

Away from the Pacific coast, are climate remains under the maritime influence is done there still feel, So despite the high altitude of the State, the winters are less rigorous than in the central plains in south State is unlike northern winter is the driest season with a semi-arid plains.

The main river is the Snake River flowing at the center of the state, offers some great views with the discovery of canyon as the deepest Hells Canyon of the United States, where one also falls Shoshone Falls where the waters of the Snake River is cast, this river also allows cities and irrigated crops giving a Provencal feel.

Located west of the Continental Divide, all rivers are flowing to the Pacific Ocean, or tributaries and sub-tributaries of the Columbia River empties into the Pacific Ocean with in the extreme south some rivers are flowing direct to the Great Salt Lake.

Visitors will also taking advantage of its landscapes beauty, the Rocky Mountains known for these high snowy peaks, these waterfalls, vast lakes and deep canyons or wildlife is still largely preserved.

The varied terrain of Rocky Mountains with its beautiful landscapes, where highest peak is the Borah Peak situated at an altitude of 3859 meters, with in northern part some wooded mountains sprinkled with lakes of all sizes. Where we can find the most largest lake in the Panhandle region, with Lake Pend Oreille, for an area of ​​345 km².

This diversity offers a range of activities with these mountains, rivers and forests, or nearly 43% of the territory is occupied by nature offering a soothing serenity with landscapes that calm and rejuvenates mind, where each city has a ski resort for the delight of winter sports lovers offering kilometers of slopes with magical landscapes, with Tamarack in West zone of the state, or Sun Valley to the southeast.

Or the Salmon River Mountains are a haven of peace, with snowy peak in East of Grand Teton, located in Wyoming.

This state is dominated by nature and the great outdoors tourism, is also developing an economy based with high technology- as well as chemicals, nuclear energy and more.

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Tourisme en Utah

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Tourisme en Utah

Tourisme en Utah

L'Utah est un État de l'Ouest des États-Unis. Avec pour capitale Salt Lake City,

Sont nom lui vient des Natives Américain Navajo, lui donnant le nom « Ute » (Peuple des montagnes).

L'Utah un des Four Corners states. Il est bordé par l'Idaho au Nord, le Wyoming au nord Est, le Colorado à l'est, le Nouveau-Mexique au sud-est, par l'Ari zona au sud et le Nevada à l'ouest.

Sa superficie est de 219 887 km².

C’est frontières sont situé sur des lignes de latitude et de longitudes.

Toujours habité par des Natives américain Navajos. Avec au Sud, Navajoland, réserve autonome des Natives Américain de quelques 150.000 habitants des Premières Nations.

Habité aussi par la communauté mormone, bien qu’elle ne soit plus majoritaire, demeure très présente en Utah, et Salt Lake Cityreste le siège mondial de l’Eglise des Mormons.

L'Utah se caractérise par une diversité géologique, avec des montagnes enneigées, des vallées aux fortes rivières et des déserts arides.

Vous trouverez des hôtels ou hébergements dans la région. Vous permettant la visite des sites historiques autour de la grande région de Salt Lake City et Park City ainsi que l'histoire unique d'alcool dans le "Beehive State."

Cet état gâté par la nature a tout pour le tourisme vert, il à pour cela cinq parcs nationaux, et 43 parcs d’Etat, accompagné de sept monuments nationaux,

L’Utah concentre notamment le meilleur des montagnes Rocheuses et du désert du Sud-ouest avec la plus belle neige au monde.

Sont relief est principalement rocheux avec trois régions distinctes : les montagnes Rocheuses, le Grand Bassin et le plateau du Colorado. Reconnu pour sa diversité naturelle il abrite des formations très diverses, des déserts arides accompagné de dunes de sables aux forêts de pin dans les vallées de montagne.

Avec au centre la chaîne Wasatch, qui s'élève à 3 650 m au-dessus du niveau de la mer. Dont Certaines parties des montagnes reçoivent plus de 12 m de neige par an, ce qui en fait un lieu très renommé pour la pratique du ski avec sa poudreuse et sa lumière, ou la neige y tombe chaque année en abondance, faisant le bonheur des amateurs de sports de glisse.

Au nord-est les monts Uinta comprennent le Kings Peak, situé à 4 123 m plus haut sommet de l’État avec À l’ouest des montagnes Wasatch, le Grand Lac Salé qui fait parti du Grand Bassin de L’ouest principalement aride.

Le sud de l’Utah est érodé par le Colorado et ses affluents, qui contraste avec le nord-est est plutôt montagneux avec ses forêts.

Les visiteurs pourront appréciés les trois lacs : le lac Powell, le Grand Lac Salé et le lac Utah. Incontournable lors d’un séjour dans l’Ouest Américain, sans oublié le Rainbow Bridge, une arche qui se décompose sur le ciel bleue.

Le climat y est froid et sec, nécessitant souvent une irrigation pour les cultures, malgré tout les paysages y sont grandioses.

La découverte dans cet état d’une très grande concentration de fossiles de dinosaures attire aussi les visiteurs.

En suivant la Highway 12 vous découvrirez un paysage de canyons, de plateaux et de vallées s’élevant de 1219m à 2743m d’altitude sur 200 km de long.

L’Utah c’est l’Amérique et plus que cela. C’est paysages sont tellement exceptionnel que l’on reste systématiquement bouche Béat.

Son territoire vallonné et montagneux lui a permis de devenir une destination touristique extrêmement populaire, avec du sel de la neige et de l’eau.

Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
Tourisme en Utah
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