Where to Watch This Summer's Total Solar Eclipse

On August 21, the mainland United States will experience its first total solar eclipse since 1979. It’ll last for only about two and a half minutes, depending on where you are, and eager eclipse chasers have already booked up many of the towns whose low pollution and clear weather assure a breathtaking view. To find last-minute places to stay and watch this historic event in its totality, I made a few calls for this story for Outside Online and found some spots still accepting reservations.