Category Archive: Nature Travel

Jul 09

Explore Canada’s Hidden Gems for Its 150th

With Canada’s 150th birthday festivities taking place throughout the year, there’s never been a better time to celebrate all our beautiful country has to offer. This is the perfect year to travel and explore new places from coast to coast. Whether you’re a nature lover who wants to visit the west coast or are looking …

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Mar 03

8 Reasons Why Kodiak Alaska Should Be Your Next Epic Adventure!

Although it is the second largest Island in the United States, only around 10,000 people actually populate the Island. Only a few roads access the most eastern region of the island and that area is known as the road zone. The rest of the island can only be accessed through rough ATV trails, backpacking, a …

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Jan 19

7 Reasons To Climb Mt. Whitney In Winter

Mount Whitney is the highest peak in the continental U.S., cradled in the boundary between California’s Inyo and Tulare counties, yet it is 84.6 miles west-northwest of the lowest point in North America at Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park. 1 – The Challenge Conquer the highest point in the lower 48 during the most …

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Dec 31

10 Reasons Hiking and Camping Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution!

Every New Year, we hear people say a million different resolutions that will change their lives for the better. Some of the classic, cliché resolutions are to get in shape, save more money, travel more, or even find love. I believe if you commit to getting off the couch, and into the outdoors, you can …

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Jul 31

Historic Estes Park, Colorado

Tourists usually travel to Estes Park primarily because Rocky Mountain National Park is adjacent to the town. In fact, the settlement has served traveler’s needs for over a hundred and thirty years when news of the spectacular scenery and bountiful wildlife started emerging across the country. Nowadays, Estes Park offers shops, restaurants and lodging to …

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Jul 31

Top Five Reasons to Visit Fort Collins, Colorado

Fort Collins is not just another college town, though it is the proud home to Colorado State University. Located about an hour drive north of Denver, on the Cache La Poudre River, the city and the beautiful surrounding area are a well-deserved destination point for tourists. Starting as Camp Collins in the 1860’s to protect …

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Jul 31

Bringing Your Dog to Estes Park, Colorado

Estes Park, Colorado is a gorgeous tourist destination adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. I remember the year when my family first visited the town and had a delightful vacation. But we missed our dogs. Could we possibly bring them the following year and still have a great time? The answer was and is a …

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Jul 09

5 Purely Colorado Things To Do

If you are traveling to the State of Colorado for the first time and don’t want to spend hours trying to find the most fun things to do, here are five quintessential things you can focus on that are hard to duplicate in any other single state. Many of these activities don’t involve long lines …

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Oct 13

Five must-see Canadian places to satisfy your wanderlust this fall

Even though summer has come to an end, it’s primetime to travel off the beaten path and explore some of our nation’s hidden gems. Luckily, Canada is home to some of the most amazing lakes, rivers and wildlife, and it’s all waiting to be discovered by you. Gros Morne National Park Venture to the west …

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Sep 16

Quick, Gossipy History of Estes Park for the Last Ten Thousand Years

Estes Park, the town adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park, is part of a region that has a long history of hosting tourists. In fact, primitive artifacts, dating back thousands of years, have been found in the surrounding area. Believed to be a summer camping, hunting and spiritual destination by primitive man, the area was …

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