A road trip through the America West and some of the country’s top national parks brings old western movie images to life.
From 550 A.D. to 1,300 A.D., the Ancestral Puebloans lived and worked in what is now Mesa Verde National Park. Today, you can visit many of the 5,000 stone structures they left behind. Tours are available to Cliff Palace, the most popular ruin in Mesa Verde was once home to 150 families.
Utah’s National Parks – Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce and Zion – provide an unforgettable experience encompassing untold beauty, fascinating history and a wealth of geological information. Each one has something special to offer whether you’re driving through, hiking around or just standing and gazing in wonder.
Hydrate. Then wait for the sunset. This is adventure in Utah’s Canyonlands.
Travel in Saskatchewan is an adventure, from fishing in Prince Albert National Park to driving a stock car or kayaking in Saskatoon.
Even in paradise, camping is still camping. But at less than $100 a night, it’s worth the nuisances — spiders and all.
Madame Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess, attracts thousands of visitors daily to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Here’s what to see and do in this popular national park in Hawaii.
The largest island off the coast of Maine, Mount Desert Island is a favorite for families.
Heaven and earth collide atop the world’s tallest sand dunes in Africa.
While the Grand Canyon’s South Rim bustles with activity, the remote North Rim is a world apart.
Icebergs and cascading waterfalls are part of everyday life in Newfoundland.
Everything is big here. The spiders are the size of a human hand, and the crocodiles … well, don’t get out the boat.