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Guide to Visiting Gatlinburg, TN
3 months ago

Guide to Visiting Gatlinburg, TN

Maybe it’s the serene visage from the ground below, or perhaps a primal yearning to climb to the top. Nonetheless, wherever mountains are, people will follow. And although some cities have managed to capitalize on a seemingly mountain-based tourism economy, other areas of the country have still remained small. Gatlinburg, Tennessee, is one such area.

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Visit Small Town Jacksonville, Oregon
4 months ago

Visit Small Town Jacksonville, Oregon

While the east coast seems to have the corner of the market on quaint historic towns, those in the Pacific Northwest are home to a hidden small gem of their own. Jacksonville, Oregon, was originally a gold mining town back in the 1850’s. It then continued to gain prominence until the railroad pushed many to leave. However, much of the city is preserved as a National Historic Landmark. And this is a convenient location for those seeking a quiet adventure.

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Visiting Mancos, CO
6 months ago

Visiting Mancos, CO

If you’re an outdoors enthusiast, then you definitely want to keep reading this article to learn about a play ground for all who love camping, fishing, hiking and nature in general. Located in beautiful Montezuma County, Colorado, Mancos is nestled right in the middle of some extraordinary mountains where visitors have access to fishing, camping, mountain biking and hiking.

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5 Active Travel Activities
2 years ago

5 Active Travel Activities

 

While some people enjoy nothing more than relaxing on a lounge chair or floating in the pool during their vacations, others are all about seeking out active travel activities …
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Enjoy Spectacular Beauty at 12,000 Feet in Rocky Mountain National Park
2 years ago

Enjoy Spectacular Beauty at 12,000 Feet in Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular National Parks in the entire system. It’s pretty easy to see why. Straddling the Continental Divide and located a few …
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Great Basin National Park
2 years ago

Great Basin National Park

Forget Las Vegas. When you’ve had enough of the glitz and glam, head to Great Basin National Park to get away from it all. With a range of awe-inspiring scenery, including mountains, desert, and deep caves, there’s no shortage of excitement despite its distance from Sin City. Read More

Guide to Attending an Outdoor Music Festival
2 years ago

Guide to Attending an Outdoor Music Festival

It’s a music-lover’s favorite time of year, and with good reason. Festivals are happening every weekend this summer, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a better way to savor the season than by grabbing your crew and absorbing some great live music. Whether you’re a first-timer or a festival vet, here are some tried-and-true tips that will keep you rockin’ well into the fall. Read More

View Bears and Volcanoes at Alaska’s Katmai National Park
2 years ago

View Bears and Volcanoes at Alaska’s Katmai National Park

Few visitors ever make it to Katmai National Park each year, only about 40,000. However you can be assured they know this park is something very special. With an area that rivals the size of Wales, Katmai is spread out along the Alaskan Peninsula, about 270 miles south of Anchorage. Read More

Glacier Bay National Park
2 years ago

Glacier Bay National Park

Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park, located in the capital city of Juneau, spans an almost unfathomable 3.3 million acres and runs the gamut when it comes to geography. We’re talking rainforests, mountains, fjords, and of course, the park’s icy namesake. If you love the great outdoors, you’ll love it here. Read More

Quick Guide to Lake Havasu
2 years ago

Quick Guide to Lake Havasu

With spring and summer just around the corner, some of the landlocked don’t always have the opportunity to enjoy a vacation or a day at the beach. Not to mention …
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