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All four seasons in Colorado provide outdoor enthusiasts with adventure. Spring, summer, and fall, however, are highly anticipated as locals and visitors rejoice in 300+ days of sun by flocking to ...
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Once home to a nomadic Indian tribe and an important hospital and rehabilitation center after World War II, Glenwood Springs became known as a healing destination. At only 41 miles from Aspen, Glen...
Most of us think that if you want to see something spectacular, you’re probably going to have to work for it. Whether that means paying tons of money to get there, trekking through harsh conditions...
There's never a wrong time to visit a national park, but as the National Park Service celebrates it's centennial year, the time is more right than ever. Sure, you've heard of the Denali's and Yello...
Few states boast as many exciting fall travel opportunities as the Volunteer State, which comes alive with exceptional autumn colors. Whether your family enjoys getting outside and being active, or...
There’s snow tubing in the North with boots and jackets, and then there’s river tubing in the South with flip-flops and sunscreen. Stretching 230 miles across the lower portion of Texas, the Guadal...
One of the world’s richest fossil beds, the unique geological formations of the Badlands have intrigued visitors across the globe for centuries. Once roamed by rhino, horse, and saber-toothed tiger...
It only took half a billion years to grant government authorization to ensure the land called Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge could be enjoyed by thousands of animals and tourists each year. But ...
"I have always said I would not have been President had it not been for my experience in North Dakota." When Theodore Roosevelt came to Dakota Territories to hunt bison in 1883, he was nothing more...
I love bringing people who live on the coast to the great lakes because their sheer surprise of “not being able to see the other side” always amazes me. One of those Midwest gems? The Indiana Dunes...