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REI Co-op & AutoCamp Offer Guided Experiences in Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Cathedral Lakes Day Hiking

With summer in full swing, REI Co-op and AutoCamp are bringing new immersive experiences to Yosemite National Park. REI has launched six fully guided day tours for visitors to fully experience the wonder of one of the nation’s most epic natural places. Guests staying at AutoCamp’s newly opened high-end outdoor lodging property can arrange their REI-led hikes with optional transportation…

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Polar Bear Photo Adventure Visits Northernmost Town in USA

polar bears boat

Gondwana Ecotours is offering a NEW 7-day polar bear photography adventure to the Arctic. This trip is packed full of wildlife viewing, including opportunities to photograph snowy owls, Arctic foxes, polar bears, marine life, and the northern lights. Guests will interact with Arctic residents, view equipment used in tribal whaling expeditions, explore the northernmost town in America, and speak with…

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Mormon Lake Lodge Offers Giddyap Mountain Getaway in Coconino National Forest

Mormon Lake Lodge horses

Mormon Lake Lodge, located amidst the largest grove of Ponderosa pines in Northern Arizona’s Coconino National Forest, introduces “Giddyap Mountain Getaway” packages for the summer travel season. Only 2.5 hours from the Phoenix Valley, Mormon Lake Lodge provides a refreshing destination away from the heat. Each package includes a horseback-riding excursion, a meal and an overnight stay in a Mormon…

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Dunton River Camp in Colorado Reopens for the 2019 Summer Season

Dunton River Camp

Dunton Destinations located on the banks of the West Fork of Colorado’s Dolores River, is now open for the summer season. Set on 500 acres of untouched wilderness in the Colorado Rockies, the River Camp is located four miles downstream from sister property, Dunton Hot Springs, and features all the amenities of a five-star hotel. The epitome of “glamping,” each…

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Where to Stay and Stargaze During Colorado’s Dark Sky Month

Gateway Canyons

For travelers seeking the ultimate stargazing destinations this summer, Colorado is the perfect place to visit as six locations in the state were just designated “Dark Sky destinations” by The International Dark-Sky Association, a nonprofit that works to preserve skies and combat light pollution. Governor Jared Polis also recently proclaimed June as “Dark Sky Month” to celebrate Colorado’s unpolluted skies…

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Rafting and Wildlife Adventures on Oregon’s Wild Rogue River

Rogue River rafting

Imagine a river so remote that mail to riverside residents comes by jet boat. Here a lush eco system harbors a profundity of wildlife along a 45-mile section defined by Class II-IV whitewater thrills. Western River Expeditions hosts multiple departures of a floating wildlife safari this season. Rogue River Rafting and Lodge combines whitewater rafting on Oregon’s wild and scenic…

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Adventure Canada Secures Exclusive Access to Famed HMS Erebus Site

Adventure Canada

Arctic expedition company Adventure Canada, in an exclusive partnership this summer with Parks Canada, is striking out once more to the legendary wreckage site of the Franklin Expedition’s HMS Erebus as part of their iconic Into the Northwest Passage and Out of the Northwest Passage 2019 expeditions. Since the last confirmed sightings of the 1845 Franklin Expedition’s two ships more…

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Outer Shores Expeditions Setting Sail on Annual Migration of Canada’s Pacific Coast

Outer Shores Expeditions

Outer Shores Expeditions is kicking off its 2019 season aboard Passing Cloud, a six-guest classic wooden schooner designed by William James Roué, famous for Canada’s legendary Bluenose. With four different regions offering once-in-a-lifetime multi-day expeditions, guests are provided the ultimate unplugged experience to be immersed in the wildlife, ecology, and Indigenous cultures of the Canadian Pacific Coast. Setting sail into…

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