Category: Winter Travel

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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Aug 04

Ski Holidays: Catered Vs Self-Catered Ski Chalets?

While it might be a little late to head off to the slopes before the end of this year’s ski season, there should be nothing stopping you from organizing next year’s escapades. If you have found the destination, the next all-important decision is the accommodation. With this in mind, here’s a quick guide to the …

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Jan 17

January in New York City

From cheaper flights and hotels to discount shopping and dining, travelling to New York after the holidays is a perfect way to see the city for a fraction of the regular price. It may be windy and cold in January, but the culture and excitement of New York City is always hot! Ice Skating in …

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Jan 09

Ten Snowdonia Attractions That Open In Winter

One of the great things that visitors love about Snowdonia is the fact that plenty of attractions remain open during the winter; the fun and beautiful surroundings are most definitely not restricted to the summer! From gentle strolls around sculpted gardens to high-energy underground trampolining, as hackneyed as the phrase is, there really is something …

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Dec 13

5 Gorgeous Destinations for Winter Adventures

There’s no reason to postpone your next vacation until the weather warms up again – some of the most remarkable experiences on the planet involve packing a couple extra layers. “There are plenty of destinations that are even better in the winter months,” says Pierre-Jean Mayol at Aeroplan, one of Canada’s leading loyalty programs. Here …

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