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Which Big Bend Hikes to Go On and Which to Avoid

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Big Bend National Park quite literally has it all. There are mountains and lush valleys filled with cascading rivers, and there are vast expanses of desert land that feature breathtaking rock formations. For hikers of all skill levels, it is a dream come true. Every trail leads to a completely unique destination within the same national park.

First-time Visitors Guide to Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone National Park spans nearly 3,500 miles across the American West. It's one of the largest National Parks in the country, which makes it a popular vacation destination for people of all ages. However, its sheer size can be particularly overwhelming for first-time visitors.

Our Top 5 Favorite Zion National Park Hikes

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For those who travel to the National Parks, hiking is often a favorite activity. The endless miles of trails that wind throughout the National Parks lead to magnificent natural rock formations, breathtaking waterfalls, and incredible vistas. Along the way, hikers often see spectacular views and enjoy personal encounters with the wildlife of the area.

Winter Family Vacation Ideas That Aren't Lame

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Sometimes, the best time of year to get away is during the long, dark and cold winter months. While it may seem like this is a tough time of the year to plan a trip, there are actually plenty of family vacation ideas that can be enjoyed while on a budget.

What to Expect When White River Rafting

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The force of a river is astounding, and it's thrilling to conquer that force while white water rafting. There's nothing quite like the mix of fear and joy, particularly as you accomplish this task against the stunning backdrop of a canyon or while enjoying a mountain view.

Where to Visit on Your Southwest Road Trip

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If you are about to embark on a quintessential American road trip, then you are going to want to map your route and create your itinerary in advance. While the endless system of highways will get you from point A to point B, it's important to select routes and destinations that will highlight iconic sights and interesting activities along the way.

Hiking Checklist: What You'll Need To Pack and More

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Anyone who is planning a visit to one of the National Parks will surely be checking out the trails and trying to decide which ones to hike. At every park, there are typically a range of trails, from easy, paved trails to rough terrains that are reserved for the most experienced hikers.

10 Best Places to Visit in the Fall

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For many, fall is the best time of the year to travel. During the months of September, October and November, many of the most popular tourist destinations experience fewer crowds. The colors of the leaves begin to change, and the temperatures are often much more comfortable than during the dog days of summer.

Rafting Tips 101: Snake River

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The Snake River winds through Yellowstone National Park and into the heart of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It's a mighty and powerful river that has become famous for its rapids. The conditions are nearly always perfect for whitewater rafting, which delights the adventure enthusiasts who travel to this remote corner of the country.