With sweeping desertscapes, cacti bigger than your head, and towering mountain peaks, Phoenix is one of the most desirable cities in the country for its unique landscapes, hot hot heat, and endless bouts of sunshine.
There’s something inherently depressing about saying goodbye to summer and putting the sundresses, big-brimmed hats, and cute flip flops away for the season. You can let yourself be sad that sweater weather’s here or use it as an opportunity to level up with layering.
Winter offers a breadth of opportunity for adventure activities from skiing to more unique pursuits like dog sledding and ice climbing. But the quickest way to ruin a winter day of fun? Feeling cold and wet. Luckily, that’s easily avoidable with the right clothing and gear.
Nestled between the mountains and reality, Boulder and Denver have been called the foodiest, happiest, beeriest, and fittest cities in the country so the next time you’re looking for a quick getaway – give Colorado a look.
It’s super easy to want to crank up the heat, bury yourself in a blanket, and Netflix and chill from November through April. But fight the urge because Chicago actually has plenty of year-round attractions, many of which are even better in the winter.
St. Petersburg/Clearwater is one of those unicorn destinations that has it all – top-rated beaches, award-winning attractions, and incredible weather. The blue skies, pastel buildings, and waterfront are a photographer – and snowbird’s – dream.
Besides the holidays, winter is generally considered an off-season for travel. But if you can handle the cold, the crowds are generally lighter and prices cheaper, with many deals to be found.
Most first-time visitors to Colorado are disappointed to learn that there aren’t ski resorts right in Denver or even close to the airport like Utah. In fact, the bigger mountains like Vail, Breck, and Aspen are really more suited for […]