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Hiking in Crested Butte: Judd Falls and Copper Lake

Hiking in Crested Butte: Judd Falls and Copper Lake

Hiking to Hanging Lake, Glenwood Springs, Colorado // Examiner.com

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Hiking to Hanging Lake, Glenwood Springs, Colorado // Examiner.com

The Badlands of South Dakota may not be your first choice when it comes to camping in a national park, but its two campgrounds (Cedar Pass and Sage Creek) are open year-round, offering regular access to the largest stretch of prairie wilderness in the country—home to roaming bison and sheep—and one of the most spectacular night skies you may ever see. Pro tip: Visit July 17–19 for the annual Badlands Astronomy Festival. —L.D.R.

50 Things to Do in the U.S. Before You Die

The Badlands of South Dakota may not be your first choice when it comes to camping in a national park, but its two campgrounds (Cedar Pass and Sage Creek) are open year-round, offering regular access to the largest stretch of prairie wilderness in the country—home to roaming bison and sheep—and one of the most spectacular night skies you may ever see. Pro tip: Visit July 17–19 for the annual Badlands Astronomy Festival. —L.D.R.

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Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Waterfall hikes in Crested Butte: Oh-Be-Joyful Creek

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Waterfall hikes in Crested Butte: Oh-Be-Joyful Creek

55 Amazing Hiking Trails in New England  Photo by Jen Penningroth

55 Amazing New England Hikes

Bryce Canyon, Utah Bryce Canyon, Utah Of all the stunning geology in the southern reaches of Utah, Bryce Canyon stands out. The distinctive and otherworldly sandstone formations known as hoodoos that populate the valley floor were once arches that slowly lost their tops to the erosive forces of water and air.

America’s Top Natural Wonders - Yosemite, Yellowstone

Bryce Canyon, Utah Bryce Canyon, Utah Of all the stunning geology in the southern reaches of Utah, Bryce Canyon stands out. The distinctive and otherworldly sandstone formations known as hoodoos that populate the valley floor were once arches that slowly lost their tops to the erosive forces of water and air.

#Kayaking the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River... not for the faint of heart! #Gunnison #Crested Butte, Colorado www.VisitGCB.com

#Kayaking the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River... not for the faint of heart! #Gunnison #Crested Butte, Colorado www.VisitGCB.com

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