Six years ago Oklahoma City, a longtime oil-and-gas hub, was dubbed one of the fattest in the country. It's come a long way since then.
The Front Range is full of small towns with great outdoor access. But Fort Collins stands above the rest thanks to its backcountry terrain
The nation’s capital (pop. 632,000; metro area: 5.8 million) is better known for museums and memorials than parks. But the driven young professionals who live here have 7,617 acres of parkland at...
People who’ve migrated to southwest Montana sometimes say that they didn’t find Bozeman so much as it found them.
Indeed, seasons don’t mean much in San Diego, where hundreds of miles of trails, ample coast, and some 6,000 farmers with heirloom offerings make the living pretty sweet.
After a lengthy voting process and much debate, we named Park City, Utah as 2013’s Best Town in America. Now, take a glimpse inside the little rural paradise that has us head over heels in...
People come to the Mad River Valley as much for what it lacks—traffic, noise, pretention—as for what it offers: the Green Mountains out the back door, the Class II–III Mad River, and the great local...
In recent years, Little Rock, a city of 195,000, has become a runner’s paradise.
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This short ramble puts you exactly where you want to be in the northeast: away from big cities, with plenty of time for detours.
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When the humidity hits, there’s only one way to beat it: keep the ocean in sight. From Virginia Beach head for the Outer Banks (Interstate 64 East to Highway 168 South to Route 158), which...
This epic road trip takes you past wild rivers, vast deserts, big mountains, and pristine coastline.
They call them the Great Lakes for many reasons: forgotten beaches, forested dunes, and stunning views. This trip offers all of the above