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Sponsor Content: Travel Nevada
If you’re on the hunt for unexpected and uncommon gems, Nevada delivers

We’re for an official mandate: make this the season of long weekends. To help you out, we found the most fun new summer adventures.

Sponsor Content: Bonjour Québec

From the mighty St. Lawrence River to ocean exploration, summer and fall in Québec are all about enjoying nature on and around the water

Hike to alpine lakes, sleep under the stars, and visit some of the best parks in the country

Sponsor Content: Wyoming and South Dakota Offices of Tourism

Looking for an epic family-friendly road trip? Look no further than the Black to Yellow route.

The 440-mile route goes from the third-deepest lake in the U.S. to the jagged peaks of the North Cascades and the tulip-filled Skagit Valley

These seven destinations are the perfect summer base camps, with plenty of adventure on and off the water

The former president once said, “It was here that the romance of my life began”

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More than just a beach destination, the Fort Myers area has something for everyone this summer

This cliff-hugging stretch of U.S Highway 550 is dotted with scenic mountain towns filled with hiking trails, brewpubs, and hot springs

Sponsor Content: Explore Asheville

Outdoor industry leaders of Asheville, North Carolina, share their secret spots and give you a chance to win their gear

Sponsor Content: Visit Colorado

Wherever you explore, summer adventures shine brighter when we do our part to travel sustainably and responsibly

From routes that have been rebuilt after wildfires to newly constructed singletrack, we can’t wait to get trekking on these trails around the country

You need more natural silence in your life. Find it in these parks.

It’ll take some miles to reach these eight remote, high-elevation lakes, but what better way to cap off a strenuous trek than diving into cool, crystal-clear water?

Sponsor Content: Visit Port Aransas

Port Aransas is Texas’ greatest coastal paradise. With more than 18 miles of sandy beaches, hundreds of species of birds, and uber-easy access to world-class fishing, it’s the ultimate Gulf escape from city life. Port A, as locals call it, and San José Island—just a short boat ride…

Forget waking up at dawn to save your spot or navigating through crowds on Main Street. These coastal destinations are all about empty stretches of sand, activities for everyone, and ocean-view rooms that don’t break the bank.

From a scenic path that extends the entire length of New York to a new route connecting Yellowstone to Grand Teton, here are the most scenic ways to experience America’s wilderness by bike

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