With bison roaming the national park, active adventures and steamy hot springs, Yellowstone Country of Montana is a winter wonderland of things to do.
Streams, waterfalls and cliffs, oh my! Yosemite Valley is definitely one of the best destinations on earth, known for its surreal beauty. So, when I was thinking of a wintery escape close to my northern California home, it was an easy choice.
New England has a charm that never ceases to draw new and repeat tourist’s year after year, and there’s a reason for it. From mountains, to beaches to scenic walks through idyllic towns, Maine has something offer just about anyone.
Scenic hiking trails, relaxing beaches, cool craft breweries and lots of lobster — there are definitely so many fun things to do in the Nova Scotia. A road-trip through this Canadian province gave me the opportunity to explore at my own pace allowing me to focus on finding the best bucket list adventures for you.
Between mid-June to September one of Canada’s most incredible wildlife display happens — the beluga whales come to town. More than 50,000 of these sociable creatures patrol the Arctic in Northern Manitoba, and the Hudson Bay coastline sees the world's largest population.
Sometimes driving is the best way to experience a destination, it gives you the opportunity to make stops as often as you want. This was very much true for driving The Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia.
Point Reyes is one of the most beautiful and unknown places in Northern California. Located 40 minutes north-west of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, it is home to many wonders; from hiking to kayaking, birdwatching to the beautiful beaches. There really is something for everyone here.
The Nova Scotia tides cause 160 billion tons of water flow through the Bay of Fundy twice a day, which feeds into the Shubenacadie River. This surge of seawater creates a once-in-a-lifetime adventure like no other, tidal bore rafting.
Call me crazy, but I was a little nervous about snowshoeing through part of the almost 1 million acres of Glacier National Park in Montana. The shoes just seemed ginormous, especially for someone who is prone to tripping over her own barefoot feet.
The snow started to drop as soon as we pulled up to Base Camp in Bigfork, not uncommon for this time of year in the Glacier Country of Montana. The current weather didn’t matter much, as long as the ground was covered in a blanket of white we would be able to spend the afternoon dogsledding.