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  1. The 6 Best Trail and Ale Pairings in Durango

    Nestled in the rugged Animas River Valley, Durango, Colorado, has everything an adventurer could possibly want: serious mountains, a big river, a friendly mountain town vibe—and lots of options for a cold drink after a day on the trails.

  2. An Ode to Southern Colorado's Animas River Valley

    The Animas River Valley in southwest Colorado is filled with history and scenic charms that make it a must-do getaway.

  3. An Insider's Guide to the Million Dollar Highway

    Southwest Colorado's Million Dollar Highway, a designated All-American Byway, is one of the state’s must-do scenic drives with mile after mile of eye-popping scenery.

  4. 10 Must-See Alabama Fall Festivals & Corn Mazes

    Here are Alabama's best festivals and corn mazes, from Guntersville to the Gulf Coast.

  5. East Rim Trail

    This challenging trail has steep ascents and descents, and promises beautiful views along the eastern rim of Zion Canyon.

  6. Eagle Crags Trail

    Stunning views of Zion National Park can be had along this beautiful out-and-back hike.

  7. Coalpits Wash Trail

    A quiet paradise in Zion, this trail provides solitude and stunning views of crimson walls, rushing brooks, and waterfalls.

  8. Cable Mountain Trail

    Escape the crowds and find amazing views of Zion Canyon on this challenging hike to the summit of Cable Mountain.

  9. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Western Red Cliffs and Red Mountain

    Close to the artist village of Kayenta, hikes in the western area of the reserve offer routes along cool canyons, desert washes, and towering red rock canyons.

  10. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Millcreek and Grapevine Areas

    The desert scenery and easy-access to these two areas makes for beautiful and mellow hiking and mountain biking.

  11. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Eastern Areas

    The multiple areas found in the eastern portion of the reserve offer many trails to explore the beautiful desert landscape full of dramatic rock formations and wildflowers.

  12. Grafton Trail

    Discover and explore the ghost town of Grafton along this easy out-and-back hike through open country with beautiful views of cliffs, pastures, and orchards.

  13. Gooseberry Mesa

    A beautiful slickrock playground known for its mountain biking, but with views of Zion, Eagle Crags, and the Virgin River Valley best admired by foot so you have time to take them all in.

  14. Chinle Trail

    This less-traveled Zion trail offering expansive views makes a great alternative to the more crowded and steeper hikes in the park.

  15. Northgate Peaks Trail

    This family-friendly hike offers expansive views of Zion and makes for an excellent summer route due to its high elevation.

  16. Hiking the 5,500-Mile Eastern Continental Trail

    A portion of he 5,500-mile Eastern Continental Trail runs through Alabama

  17. 6 Days, 350 Miles: The Road Biking Trip of a Lifetime in Greater Yellowstone

    Known as the "First Great Ride in the Last Best Place," this annual multi-day tour brings you through some of the most beautiful places in the west.

  18. The No-Nonsense Guide to Exploring Iceland by Camper Van

    Insider tips on how to set out on your own path of discovery rather than following the very well-beaten track.

  19. Take Advantage of Chattanooga’s Bike Sharing System to Explore the City

    Bicycling around Chattanooga has never been easier thanks to the city's bike sharing system, which offers visitors a cheap and convenient way to get around.

  20. An Insider's Guide to the Booming Running Scene in Winston-Salem

    The running scene in Winston-Salem is booming, thanks to a robust calendar of local races, group runs, and training programs.

  21. Gentle Giants: How to View Manatees in Alabama

    In Alabama, you can view manatees migrating from Florida to the central Gulf Coast.

  22. Tips on Hiking with Dogs in Alabama

    Here are expert tips on hiking with dogs in Alabama, plus several great pet-friendly trails.

  23. A Beginner's Guide to Trail Running in Asheville

    Expert advice on trails, gear and training resources for trail running in Asheville.

  24. An Insider’s Guide to Historic Park City

    Once a silver mining boomtown, Park City, Utah, has transformed into a world-class destination, with two mountain resorts, more than a hundred independent boutiques, diverse dining options, entertaining festivals, and year-round outdoor recreation.

  25. A Foodie's Guide to Historic Park City

    Nestled between two world-class ski resorts near Salt Lake City, Park City is best known for its Olympic history and Sundance Film Festival. But in recent years, the town has also earned a reputation as a year-round hot spot for its fun, foodie culture.

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