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Do you want to get high but need a new spot? If so, there are plenty of options for you that are absolutely breathtaking. Not only can you consume the herb legally, for the most part, but you can also do so with a gorgeous view. Although you can get high just about anywhere, why not choose a location with more to offer than just a place to smoke weed? Not to mention, you won’t have to worry about running into the police. From sunny beaches to a teepee surrounded by nature, here are the ten most magical places to get high in America.

1. Aspen Canyon Ranch

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If you want to soak in lots of 420-friendly activities, then Aspen Canyon Ranch is the place to go. From ganja yoga to skiing, there’s a lot of fun to be had at this resort in Parshall, Colorado. Not only can you get high while glancing at the gorgeous Rocky Mountains, but you can also do so freely without any interruptions.

2. Hulopoe Beach

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In addition to soaking up sun rays, you can toke on a joint or two at Hulopoe Beach, Hawaii. After, you can take a dip in the warm ocean water and look out for dolphins, which occasionally make an appearance.

3. Bear Lake

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Are you booking a trip for the summer? Or, maybe even the winter? Regardless of the season, Bear Lake, Alaska has lots to offer. As a matter of fact, it also just so happens to be a great location to witness the Northern Lights.

4. Nantucket Island

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Nantucket Island, in particular, is yet another weed-friendly beach in Massachusetts. Along with viewing its many lighthouses and burying your toes in the warm sand, you can also hop on a boat and sail into the ocean breeze.

5. Multnomah Falls

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As can be seen, Multnomah Falls, Oregon is one gorgeous place to be. If you decide to get high and visit this 611-foot-tall eye-dropping waterfall, then you’re in for a real treat.

6. Coronado Central Beach

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Not only is Coronado, California’s Central Beach perfect for you and your weed, but also your dog. Indeed, you four-legged friend is welcome to run free at the northern end while you blaze.

7. Palouse Falls

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In addition to camping at Palouse Falls, Washington, you can take a hike while seeing first hand one of the state’s most breathtaking waterfalls. However, you may want to be cautious about getting high here, being that it’s a state park.

8. Ecola State Park

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If you love getting high and getting back to nature, Ecola State Park in Oregon is the place for you. This is a hiking and sightseeing mecca with a historic past. The park’s hiking trails offer cliff top viewpoints that look out on picturesque seascapes, cozy coves, and the rainforest-covered cape.

9. Pagosa Springs

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If you are a true nature lover, then you are going to freak out over this particular bud and breakfast in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. In fact, your stay comes with a special happy hour, which offers a selection of edibles, concentrates, and the finest organic flowers. Plus, how cool would it be to stay in an actual teepee?

10. Schooner Beach

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Alaska’s Schooner Beach isn’t your ordinary beach. In fact, it’s filled with black sand, beautiful waves for surfing, and even the Satsuma Maru, a ship that crashed onto the shore. Then, there’s the 18,008-foot summit that goes by the name of Mt. St. Elias, the second-tallest mountain in the United States.

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