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Active days, comfortable nights in  the Canadian Rockies.

Active days, comfortable nights in the Canadian Rockies.

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The Canadian Rockies Only an hour from Calgary, and three hours from San Francisco, the Canadian Rockies are a fabulous destination for adventurers and nature lovers. Most popular things to do Don’t miss Lake Louise, Banff, Jasper and the Icefields Parkway. If you go, you shouldn’t miss these, but to get a real taste of the […]

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Adventure Hiking and Climbing the Comfortable Way

Adventure Hiking and Climbing the Comfortable Way

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TIP:  Unless you both love roughing it, select a trip with comfort, great food and activities you both love. During the peak of the wildflower season, we joined a group of hikers with Canadian Mountain Holiday (CMH). Our group ranged in age from 5 to 75 and the majority of us were women. Naturally we […]

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Finding Latin America’s Sea Turtles

Finding Latin America’s Sea Turtles

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I had heard Panama had great bird-watching, eco-lodges and indigenous cultures, but until recently, I had never heard of the country’s Bocas del Toro islands – or that this archipelago excelled in bird-watching, eco-lodges and indigenous peoples’ culture. With nine main islands, several large bays and a national marine park, this area in the northwestern […]

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Adenaline Rush and Hiker’s Heaven in the Swiss Alps

Adenaline Rush and Hiker’s Heaven in the Swiss Alps

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For adventure addicts, Interlaken Switzerland is the perfect place to set up base camp. You’ll see hand gliders land in the town square every afternoon (in good weather). Vendors along the main street have booths offering hang-gliding, scooter bike, mountain biking and climbing excursions. It’s so easy to do get an adrenaline rush in the […]

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Hiking to Heaven: A Hut Trip Above Aspen and Vail

Hiking to Heaven: A Hut Trip Above Aspen and Vail

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When you have worn out your shoes, the strength of the shoe leather has passed into the fiber of your body. –Emerson Utterly unlike camping and walking in the woods, your first backcountry hike and hut experience is an initiation into the soul of the high mountains. There’s the thrilling sensation of your heart pounding […]

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