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Traverse City, Michigan

Traverse City, Michigan

When I moved to Traverse City from Miami almost 40 years ago, I assumed I was making a trade-off. In …

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Discover: Frederick, Maryland

Discover: Frederick, Maryland

A city with traditional, colonial charm meets a growing cosmopolitan food and beverage scene. Drive about an hour northwest of …

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Epicurean Traveler: Lobsters & Lighthouses, Maine

Epicurean Traveler: Lobsters & Lighthouses, Maine

Prisoners in 19th-century Maine didn’t live on bread and water. They dined regularly on lobster, but they sat down to …

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ADVENTURELAND – Colorado

ADVENTURELAND – Colorado

Colorado is much more than just great slopes— it’s an adventure lover’s dream all year round. Colorado is undoubtedly a …

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UPHILL BATTLE – The Pikes Peak

UPHILL BATTLE – The Pikes Peak

The Pikes Peak “Race to the Clouds” features a one-mile vertical climb, heart-stopping dropoffs, and a century of tradition. “I’ll …

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Check out VAIL – Colorado

Check out VAIL – Colorado

Vail’s sweeping back bowls, glades, and groomers beckon more than a million and a half visitors each year, making it …

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Heli-Skiing in Colorado

Heli-Skiing in Colorado

New heli-skiing options open up Colorado’s ultimate peaks Colorado has more than 50 mountains over 14,000 feet high, and it’s …

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Telluride – Switzerland of America

Telluride – Switzerland of America

Though referred to as the Switzerland of America, one could argue that Telluride—a former mining town dating back to the …

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Ski in Breckenridge, Colorado

Ski in Breckenridge, Colorado

Breckenridge was founded in 1859, but skiing didn’t arrive here until 1961, and the quaint town has been a top …

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The Best of Aspen

The Best of Aspen

With four majestic peaks and an abundance of opulent hotels, restaurants, and bars, the picturesque Colorado ski town attracts the …

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