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Hiking on the Kottenai Creek Trail in Montana

Ten Montana summer road trips without the crowds

Hiking on the Kottenai Creek Trail in Montana

Visit Montana is sponsoring this look at Montana summer road trips that take you off-the-beaten-path. Are you thinking about a summer trip to Montana? It’s the perfect season to experience the vastness of Big Sky Country. From the western mountains to the eastern plains, summer fun stretches across Montana in an endless series of outdoor […]

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Bluff Baloon Festival

5 Tips for a Happy Road Trip

Bluff Baloon Festival

Updated 06.01.2019: What is it about the boomer years that inspire a road trip? Every time I turn around, Alan’s at the kitchen table with a Benchmark Atlas spread out before him.  With no work obligations—if you don’t count My Itchy Travel Feet—we’re free to explore the scenic roads and byways of the U.S. to […]

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Ptarmigan Cirque

Active Fall Travel in the Canadian Rockies

Ptarmigan Cirque

Updated 07.28.2018.  If you’re looking to spend some time in the beautiful outdoors this fall, why not head up north to the Canadian Rockies? This majestic mountain range is full of active travel opportunities like hiking, biking, boating, etc. There’s so much to do, in fact, that pinpointing a destination among the many incredible options can […]

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Kala Ukulele

Off the Wine Path in Sonoma

Kala Ukulele

Sonoma has long been a popular destination for the passionate oenophiles of the world. However, obviously well known for its picturesque wineries, Sonoma has quite a few other places to visit. Today’s guest contributor, Kris Bordessa, grew up in Sonoma County and is here to tell us to put down the wine glass for a […]

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