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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Bike Tours . . .

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by Ken Streater   Where can I go on a bike tour? Almost anywhere in the world. There are bike tours offered on a daily or weekend basis near every major metropolitan area. There are tours offered through remote rural or wilderness areas such as California’s wine country, the Italian countryside, Alaska’s frontier lands, and […]

Iguazu Falls and National Parks Offer Adventure For the Whole Family

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By Roy Heale One of Mother Nature’s great works can be found on the Iguazu River creating the natural frontier between Argentina and Brazil. Discovering the site of 275 waterfalls—dropping over eight-two metres—it soon becomes apparent to any observer that the Iguazu Falls must be one of the great wonders of the world. Set in […]

Things to Do in Calgary – Hiking in Calgary

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By Jonathan Meier The City of Calgary has somewhere in the vicinity of 600 kilometres of walking trails. Some of these are in areas that require a bit more preparation and commitment than your average walk in the park. However, the necessary equipment can easily be furnished. Apartments in downtown Calgary make for an excellent […]

The 7 Best Bicycle Touring Routes in Canada

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By Tom Oxby The second largest country in the world with plenty of natural wonders, history and peaceful countryside, perfect for cycling is Canada. The seven best bicycle touring routes in Canada: Cape Breton National Park – Located on an island on the northern end of Nova Scotia in the Atlantic Provinces the region offers […]

Activities to Do in Colorado

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By Connor R Sullivan When many Americans think of the state of Colorado, they think only about wintertime and the excellent ski resorts. While the ski resorts are an amazing source of fun in the winter, Colorado is also known for its’ great entertainment in the spring and summer. There is plenty to do in […]

Trekking the Lost City in Colombia! Unmissable For the Adventure Traveler

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By Charles T Raymond La Ciudad Perdida (aka The Lost City) is one of the most reputed jungle treks in all of South America, and for good reason. The idea of spending six days fighting your way through lush green jungle and crossing roaring rivers is enough to spark the adventurous side in anyone. While […]

Copper Canyon Attractions

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By Jennifer Bailey . Located in Mexico, Copper Canyon has one of the largest canyon systems in the world in a land that is full of rivers, waterfalls, mountains, forests, and deserts. Copper canyon boasts a number of canyons, four of which are deeper than the world-famous Grand Canyon of Arizona, although not as wide. […]

Copper Canyon

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By Lanette Higham Traveling to Copper Canyon is full of fun and adventure. The area is famous for the deepest Canyon on the North American Continent. The gorge is deeper than the Grand Canyon and the views from the top are to say the least beautiful. Located in Mexico the area is of course being […]

Dude Ranches – A Different Take on a Vacation This Year

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By Thomas Ajava Americans are infamous for the limited vacation time they take every year. Assuming you still have a job in this economy, why not consider a vacation that is different than the normal run of the mill hotel and pool affair? Yes, I am talking about heading off to a dude ranch. Dude […]

The Dude Ranch Vacation: An American Tradition

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Author: Eric Morris   Dude ranches, as they are known today, first gained marked popularity in the 1920s, in large part due to the writings of Teddy Roosevelt. Roosevelt spent some time working as a ranchman, and herding cattle, and he urged Americans to explore for themselves. As more and more tourists started arriving from […]