In the heart of the Sonoran Desert, this historic mining town has taken on an artistic and adventurous personality. Come take a tour of the historical landmarks, beautiful hikes and vibrant murals in Superior.
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Whether you’re looking for a winter wonderland or a warm escape, these are best places to visit in winter in the US! Snow-capped mountains, cozy chalets and secluded beaches are all accessible year-round but especially enjoyable during the colder months. Wherever you’re headed, but sure to plan for the weather in your dream winter destination.
We asked our audience to share their best road trip tips and advice. We were blown away at the responses! What would you add to this list of travel hacks?
Winding through the labyrinth of staircases and side streets, you are bound to find a lot to feast your eyes on in Bisbee. From colorful murals to historic buildings, there are so many hidden gems to discover.
Bisbee is home to a colorful community and a unique history. From stair climbing marathons, a multitude of murals and a chance to explore a real mineshaft, this former mining town has so much to offer, and will leave you wanting to come back again!
The towns of Cedar City and Brian Head, Utah have thriving arts scenes and plenty of incredible restaurants, breweries and wineries. The only thing that could make these lively destinations even better? The vast stretches of public lands surrounding them, full of vivid red cliffs, wildflower-studded aspen glades, a national monument and two national parks.
We’re no strangers to the beauty of Lake Tahoe, and we find it draws us back year after year. After all, there is always something new going on! Look no further for the newest adventures, bites, and places to rest your head during your next 48 hours in the Sierra Nevada.
Soak up the blend of historic buildings, classic road trip tunes inspired by Route 66, and the thread of Native American culture in the art and memorabilia. Take another look at it all by taking the Route 66 Zipline over town. Then, find your way to the Grand Canyon—without crowds.
Marine wildlife watching is an underrate national park activity. The impressive mountain ranges get all the attention, but the rich coastal waters of America’s seashores and oceanic national parks are full of wildlife that can be safely and responsibly observed year-round.
You may already know US national parks have a pretty rich history. But like a lot of history, it’s not all sunshine and roses. Some national parks were not welcomed with open arms, a few barely made the cut at all, and many vulnerable communities were affected in the process. Nonetheless, 63 national parks exist today. The disagreements and hardships that occurred over America’s lush terrain were certainly not pretty but a complicated topic we must explore.