Not a skier? Not a problem. These fun and memorable winter activities will get you out in the snowy wilderness all over the United States.
A world away from crowded resorts like Whistler, the eastern provinces of Ontario, Saskatchewan, Quebec, and New Brunswick offer winter adventures galore.
Winter turns the province of Quebec into a sparkling playground, and even in the urban centers, there’s plenty of cold-weather fun to be had. Jen Rose Smith shares her favorite ways to enjoy the season.
Arizona’s natural wonders don’t stop with the Grand Canyon. Naturalist guide John Baston shares southern Arizona’s striking landscapes, rich history, and abundant desert wildlife.
The world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior offers natural wonders and cultural history equal to its size. Joe Furey shares his journey along the Canadian side of the lake.
The sport of mountain biking originated in the United States, so it’s no surprise that there are endless great places to ride here, whatever your skill level. Our nomads share their favorites around the country.
With wilderness floatplane rides, pristine fishing waters, and ancient eskers to hike, Canada’s lesser-known province of Manitoba is an outdoor adventure-enthusiast’s paradise.
The United States offers fantastic hiking every month of the year. Our nomads share their favorites – from easy day trips to multi-day treks – that let you enjoy the best of the seasons and the regions while avoiding the crowds.
The northern half of the Baja Peninsula is having its day in the sun. Discover Tijuana’s thriving food and art scene, the Valle de Guadalupe wine country, and surfing and hiking spots near Ensenada.
These two amazing islands have all the beauty of Hawaii’s busier spots without the crowds. Nomad Will shares how to get there, where to stay, and how to experience authentic Hawai’ian culture.
Craving crowd-free serenity? Longing for pristine beaches? Fascinated by wildife, nature, and history? These gorgeous archipelagos just off the US coast are exactly what you need.