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The story behind the mysterious Seven Magic Mountains, just off I-15
1 month ago

The story behind the mysterious Seven Magic Mountains, just off I-15

Las Vegas is already a pretty wild city. But if you’re looking for something that’s less “showgirls-and-high-rollers” wild and more “I-never-knew-this-existed” wild, then you need only head 15 minutes out …
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Welcome to the Spotted Cheetah, the Cheetos restaurant of my dreams
2 months ago

Welcome to the Spotted Cheetah, the Cheetos restaurant of my dreams

Tired of hipsters talking about their smoothie bowls and farm-to-table fare? Craving something more down to earth? The newest NYC restaurant to hit the scene might be more your speed. Welcome …
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The Parkorman natural adventure park is straight out of Tarzan
2 months ago

The Parkorman natural adventure park is straight out of Tarzan

These days, urban-dwellers are more drawn to green space than ever. There aren’t many parks currently in Turkey’s biggest city… but not for long. Enter: the Parkorman natural adventure park, …
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Heres why the Caño Cristales river in Columbia is called a “Liquid Rainbow”
2 months ago

Heres why the Caño Cristales river in Columbia is called a “Liquid Rainbow”

There are pink lakes, real-life desert oases, and lavender labyrinths…and now you can add rainbow rivers to the list of surreal jaw-dropping wonders you need to see to believe. The Caño Cristales river in …
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Love is dead at these haunting abandoned Poconos resorts
2 months ago

Love is dead at these haunting abandoned Poconos resorts

The Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania have long been a destination for vacationers seeking to relax. The earliest resorts opened in the early 1900s. Known for theater, skiing, and resorts ranging …
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Zion’s Kanarra Creek Trail: Waterfalls, slot canyons, and swimming holes
2 months ago

Zion’s Kanarra Creek Trail: Waterfalls, slot canyons, and swimming holes

Zion National Park is one of America’s most ridiculously breathtaking National Parks. You can experience the epic Utah scenery on one of a handful of world-famous hikes. First, there’s Angels …
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The Color Factory is a kaleidoscopic adventure into the rainbow
2 months ago

The Color Factory is a kaleidoscopic adventure into the rainbow

Feeling blue? Got a case of the mean reds? Whatever shade you’re feeling, they probably have it at the Color Factory. Oh Happy Day built the immersive installation, devoted entirely …
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The ultimate eclipse viewing gear guide for the 2017 solar eclipse
2 months ago

The ultimate eclipse viewing gear guide for the 2017 solar eclipse

By  • Travel, Gear, News

We all know not to look directly at the sun during an eclipse, but getting a really good view of the big show will definitely require eclipse viewing gear. Eclipse …
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Skylight Cave is a surreal hidden gem absolutely worth the hike
2 months ago

Skylight Cave is a surreal hidden gem absolutely worth the hike

Oregon has no lack of natural wonders. It’s got some of the country’s coolest beaches, mountains, and approximately one million waterfalls. But, if you’re looking for a hike that’s off-the-beaten-path, …
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The legend behind the Giant’s Causeway…a 60 million yr-old mystery
2 months ago

The legend behind the Giant’s Causeway…a 60 million yr-old mystery

The Giant’s Causeway is the stuff of legends. The jagged outcropping features compact basalt columns that lead directly into the sea. In addition to being a UNESCO World Heritage site, …
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The mysterious, massive, mythical, and metal Borrego Springs sculptures
2 months ago

The mysterious, massive, mythical, and metal Borrego Springs sculptures

The last thing you probably want to see while exploring the desert is an enormous scorpion… but if you’re looking to visit the Anza Borrego Desert, you might stumble across …
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Here’s why Flinders Chase National park on Kangaroo Island is roadtripping heaven
2 months ago

Here’s why Flinders Chase National park on Kangaroo Island is roadtripping heaven

Imagine: over 1700 square miles of massive sand dunes, drop-dead gorgeous wilderness, towering cliffs, lush wetlands, and soft, white sandy beaches.  Kangaroo Island used to be part of the Australian …
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These state parks are hosting amazing events for the total solar eclipse
2 months ago

These state parks are hosting amazing events for the total solar eclipse

Being in the path of a total solar eclipse is kind of a big deal. The last time the US saw one was in 1979, and even though the next …
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Salem’s new witch memorial marks the site of the hanging gallows
2 months ago

Salem’s new witch memorial marks the site of the hanging gallows

Even though the Salem Witch Trials happened 325 years ago, the bone-chilling and bizarre story is retold time and again. It remains one of the most fascinating events to happen …
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The incredibly creepy Clown Motel is now for sale
2 months ago

The incredibly creepy Clown Motel is now for sale

The Clown Motel in Tonopah, Nevada has long been one of our favorite roadside oddities. It’s just completely out there, and while we admire their staunch commitment to the theme, …
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