A bike ride through the desert, a leisurely stint at a spa, or a running jump into the lake…are all made better with Arizona’s White Mountains. Frame your vacation with peaks that are worth climbing, or at least photographing. Our favorite Arizona mountain rentals are located in the following destinations:
California isn’t just big beaches and big cities. It’s got big mountains, too. Whether you’re mixing your mountain getaway up with a trip to the coast, or sticking to skiing, you’ll discover no shortage of elevation. We’ve rounded up California's best mountain rentals for you right here.
How’d you like to wake up to the Blue Ridge Mountains every morning? Georgia has natural charm, quite literally, with many attractions set in the Great Outdoors. So, don’t miss out on the uniquely blue horizon (yep, there’s a reason it’s called Blue Ridge) when you visit. Many Georgia towns feature mountain views, but Blue Ridge and Blairsville are smart places to start.
The Rocky Mountain State welcomes outdoorsy types throughout the year. In the summertime, enjoy horseback rides and hikes. In the winter, ski or snowboard until you drop. Colorado is filled with mountain towns, so you’re sure to find the right fit for you and your fellow travelers.
The Blue Ridge Mountains are sprawling indeed, but it’s North Carolina that really lays claim to it. Home to the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, the majority of the Blue Ridge Mountains (though don’t forget about West Virginia’s portion), and the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina seems made for mountain rentals. Check out your options below.
From the Olympic National Park to the Cascade Mountains, Washington is full of great views. Washington’s best mountain rentals can be found in Mount Baker, Mount Rainer, and Olympia.