When you hear about an island vacation, most people immediately think of the tropics. It’s a trip that’s all about relaxation—lying on the beach, sipping drinks by the pool, and riding the warm ocean waves…right? Well there is a different kind of island vacation that offers up a whole different type of fun and adventure….
For the month of June, we asked our community to share their tips, recommendations, and stories in our #maketimetoexplore campaign.
When it comes down to it, it’s really not about the destination (or the journey). It’s all about who you take with you.
The country is filled with beautiful places to explore, making this summer the perfect time for a road trip
Hiking with my toddler has been one of my most rewarding adventures thus far. Exploring new trails and viewing the outdoors with her is filled with constant joy and surprise.
Quandary Peak was my favorite hike, I loved starting below the treeline for a change and experiencing the first couple miles in the blackened forest.
These 21 spots, which vary in popularity (and in epic-ness), were all places that the RR Road Tour team was lucky enough to hit on their 20,000-mile journey across the United States
The 15-mile snowshoe in is not for the faint of heart—or legs—but the reward, for those who make the trip, is a winter wilderness as wild and unpredictable as any out west.
The trails are devoid of human life, animals wander freely through the woods, and snow falls soundlessly on the treetops—it’s wintertime in the great outdoors. But despite the sparkling vistas, uncrowded trails, and the beauty nature offers to hikers in this time of the year, many never experience the wonder that the fourth season offers…
Whether you are into short hikes or ultra marathons, Moab has it all. When I say that, I truly mean you can run the Moab 240 (yes, that is a 240 miles race) or you can hike .4 of a mile to the base of the Windows arches in Arches National Park.