The New England states are known for spectacular fall foliage, and Vermont, three-quarters of which is covered in forest, is perhaps the best place to see trees ablaze in reds, oranges and yellows during autumn.
Much of Oklahoma's pioneer past is preserved at museums and monuments in the state capital, Oklahoma City, which is now also known for its vibrant nightlife, arts, sports and culinary scenes. Once you've sampled juicy southwestern barbecue and taken in a baseball game or two, travel north into Kansas to see the last of the prairie lands that once stretched from Canada to Texas.
In the upper crest of the USA's West, where Montana stretches north to Canada, lies Glacier National Park, a wild expanse that covers more than 4,047 square kilometers. No matter the time of year, though, there a few must-sees and must-dos when you visit Glacier National Park.
Montana has everything required for a classic USA road trip. Travel the long stretches of highway through the state to experience everything from national parks to microbreweries to ski destinations.
If you're looking to sip truly local suds while in Montana, here's a guide to help you navigate the microbreweries of Missoula.
Historic Park City has evolved from a mining town into a year-round outdoor recreation playground boasting over 200 independent boutiques, diverse restaurants, and exceptional art galleries—and you won’t even need a car to explore it all.
First established as a silver mining boomtown, Park City nearly faded into obscurity when the mines went bust. But, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, this Utah mountain town rose again, rebranding itself as the home of Sundance Film Festival and a year-round outdoor adventure destination.
Historic Main Street is the epicenter of Park City, Utah's fun, foodie culture, and whether you’re craving the town’s best avocado toast, a rib-eye steak, or just a handcrafted cocktail, you’ll find it here.
Whether you’re flying across the country or road tripping in a car, your travels will have an impact on the planet. But that doesn’t mean you should feel guilty about getting away. From buying local to touring by bike, there are plenty of fun ways to minimize your carbon footprint, all while teaching your family important lessons about being environmentally friendly.
When traveling for business, a long layover in a far-flung place might seem like the last thing you want — if you’re stuck at the airport. Luckily, for those passing through Amsterdam, the city center is just 15 minutes by train from Schiphol International Airport, making it one of the easiest European cities to explore during a layover.
Whether traveling by cramped Manhattan subway or carpooling in California’s gridlock traffic, the 26 minutes—on average—that Americans spend getting to work doesn’t need to be time wasted. You can maximize your ride time while benefiting your health and well-being with these six ideas.
If getting outside and finding adventure is your inspiration, then Park City’s Deer Valley Resort may be the perfect answer.
From easy, flowy rollers to steep downhills with wild berms and jumps, there’s a ride for everyone on Deer Valley’s nearly 70 miles of trails.
From hiking to mountain biking to outdoor concerts, there’s so much to do, and Deer Valley Resort is the perfect home base for exploration. But don’t believe us—take it from locals who live, work, and play in this mountain community year-round.
Heber City’s the gateway town to this thriving outdoor scene, and in a single day here you can dive in a crater, camp on a lake, and bike world-class trails—and still be back to town in time for dinner.