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- leah (Leah Fishman)
- leah (Leah Fishman) Bozeman, Montana is a beer lover's paradise, with a thriving craft brewery scene and a variety of unique, locally brewed beers. This list provides a comprehensive guide to all of the top breweries in Bozeman, making it easy to plan your next beer tour or tasting adventure.
- skipper (Skipper ) Hiking season is upon us! If you enjoy having your breath taken away, literally and figuratively, please take a moment to check out some of my favorite hikes in my favorite mountain town.
- skipper (Skipper ) Not one hike will lead you astray of beauty in Glacier National Park. If you see signs cautioning of Bear activity. Please heed the warnings and pick a different trail. Humans are the most dangerous factors of the bears natural environments. Give them space and don't leave any food on the trails. Leave no Trace. Enjoy some of the most beautiful places on earth, but be respectful and follow trail rules. Glacier National Park had over 150 Glaciers in 1850. Now there are less than 25 remaining. These are truly once in a lifetime experiences.
- dhshiverdecker (Dusty Shiverdecker)
- SiobhanBrier (Siobhan Brier)
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) I’m on the hunt for the world’s best hot springs! Drop your recs 👇
- jrfrancis (Rich Francis)
- mustangdmv (Danielle Call) I don't know about you but 2020 has got me dreaming of traveling even more than usual. Since the safest way to travel this year has been outdoor activities I've found myself looking at new ways to explore the outdoors. Here you'll find a few of my National Park wish lists for around the world! #seekerchallenge
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Whether it's getting lost in our shimmering galaxy or witnessing the beauty of bioluminescence, these parks offer some incredible nighttime experiences that will have you packing up your camping bag for an adventure. Who said the fun had to stop when the sun sets? This summer consider these parks for a mesmerizing nighttime experience cloaked in the night sky, beneath sparkling stars, and munching on a toasty marshmallow or two.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) As summer melts into fall, we want to get our last summer vacations in before it starts getting too chilly for swimming in the moonlight, traversing mountaintops, or dancing on the beach. These destinations across the country sparkle beneath the August sunshine, with gorgeous natural landscapes, idyllic beaches, and historic sights around every corner. As we count down to bring out our cozy coats and apple cider mugs, we just want to embrace that summertime lifestyle a little bit longer, thank you very much. So Seekers, let’s dive into the best August travel destinations across the country.
- stillontheroad (Giada Matera) As spooky season is approaching, here is a list of ghost towns in America I visited or plan to visit. Boo!
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) A dude ranch vacation is on the top of my US bucket list.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) In case camping isn’t your thing, don’t fret- we have selected some of the most quaint and cozy hotels nestled into the most iconic national parks across the USA. Whether you want to glamp (that’s camping with some needed amenities and luxury) in the California desert, or snuggle up in an elegant, historical hotel just steps away from the steep slopes of The Grand Canyon check out these unique and welcoming lodges to refresh yourself for busy adventuring days.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) So what is in your dream winter ski getaway? Riveting and adventurous outdoorsy fun, endless marshmallow-like snow decorating forested mountaintops, and cozy resorts complete with any amenity you can imagine? Us too. These stunning resorts across North America truly have it all, and whether you are looking for excitement or just some r&r, from British Columbia in Canada to Colorado, USA, these gorgeous destinations are just waiting to be explored.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Winter is here and we are already dreaming of our next big vacay to embrace the season, from charming, snowy getaways to sunshine and sandy shores- these are our top winter destinations. Whether your definition of winter fun is sunbathing on an island or twirling beneath twinkling snowflakes, this list truly has it all. Explore a rugged Caribbean island made up of colorful architecture, or cozy up by the fireplace in a ski resort, we are *so* ready to make the most of the season. So grab your swimsuit, or a big scarf- let’s dive in.
- travelfuntimes1232 (Travel funtimes )
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) Ghost Town hunting is one of my favorite activities in the west. There are so many abandoned towns with endless stories to tell from times past. Of course, ghost towns aren't just a source of historical curiosity; they can also be the centerpiece of an unforgettable road trip. Many ghost towns are located in close proximity to one another, making it easy to plan a multi-day tour that takes you from one town to the next. Along the way, you can soak up the stunning natural scenery of the West, from the rugged peaks of the Rockies to the sweeping vistas of the Mojave Desert.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) From the glistening waterfalls of Glacier park to the unique wildlife at the rocky coastline of Acadia, the USA has no shortage of vast national park treasures. We love visiting national parks for the incredible views and chance to immerse ourselves amongst nature and friendly wildlife. Here are the top 10 most visited national parks across the nation, and personal favorites of the Seeker team.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Ghost towns in America have long intrigued people old and young. Moments are frozen in time at these uncanny towns; ranches in the Old West, coal mining towns, and modern toxic cities, any explorer or history nerd is sure to discover something new at these historical destinations. Experience the California gold rush, or witness the decaying beauty of archival architecture. As the world rushes for “new, new, new” we love taking a moment to reflect on the history that echoes in old structures, and these preserved ghost towns across the country are a passage into ages past, continuously overlooking our modern achievements in antique silence. Let’s try time traveling today Seekers, and take a look into the mysterious and fascinating world of America’s ghost towns.
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In hues of amber, crimson, and ochre, fall conjures up cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice, and fabulous fall foliage Predicting the best time to see the leaves change is tricky, but many states offer foliage trackers to help travelers time their trips. Looking at past peak periods can also help predict the best time to take […]
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From tropical islands to winter wonderlands, these sprawling US national parks are brimming with a sense of exploration and wonder. Visit frozen waterfalls and ski down snowy slopes in Montana at Glacier National Park, go snorkeling alongside sandy shorelines at Florida’s Dry Tortugas National Park, or hike volcanic landscapes and lava fields at Hawai’i Volcanoes […]
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Did you grow up lecturing classmates on the difference between a Brontosaurus and a Brachiosaurus? Did you spend sleepless nights watching Jurassic Park over and over (and over) again? While we can’t hook you up with a time machine, we can point you toward nine dinosaur museums and dinosaur attractions across the US where you […]
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At Glacier National Park, the very ground is sacred. Moose, grizzly bears, mountain goats, lynx and wolverine roam free among mountains, lakes and trees. With over a million acres of land, ancient holy stories are sustained by vigorous natural and cultural preservation standards and pristine mountain air. The American settlers called Glacier National Park “the Crown […]
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Spread over three states and covering a hiking-boot-battering 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park is one of the most iconic national parks in all of America. Clichés aside, it’s the stuff of superlatives. It was the first of the designated national parks in the USA. It lays claim to 60% of the planet’s natural geysers. […]