Going-to-the-Sun Road

While staying at St. Mary Lodge and Resort, be sure to experience the activities Glacier National Park and the surrounding area have to offer. Montana has the only American roadway deemed a National Historic Landmark and a National Civil Engineering Landmark. The Going-to-the-Sun Road, also known as Sun Road, runs for approximately 50 miles from the east and west entrances of Glacier National Park. The highest point on Sun Road reaches an elevation of 6,646 feet. It is open year-round; however, ...
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Choosing the Best Coleman Tents

Coleman Company, Inc. is well-known American company that specializes in outdoor recreation products. Throughout its history, Coleman has produced a wide variety of equipment primarily aimed at the camping and recreational markets. There are many styles to choose from, but for the purpose of selecting a family camping tent that will cover the most popular and the easiest to find. The Coleman Tent is a collapsible portable shelter of fabric that stretched and used for camping outdoors or as a ...
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Watch For These Family Travel Budget Busters

Most of us have to carefully plan and budget for our family vacations. In carefully planning for our trips we can make sure to avoid the budget busters and the temptation to pull out our credit cards. Now the first aspect to any trip is the transportation. Inflexibility can bust your budget in this area. With air travel, being available to travel at a less desirable time or maybe a day or two before or after you were originally planning can save you hundreds of dollars. Then of course we ...
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How Walking Boots Can Save Your Life

Exploring the great outdoors is definitely one of the best exercises that you can do; a low impact aerobic exercise, and most doctors will definitely agree that it is accessible to almost everyone regardless of age, general condition and even the experience that they might have exploring. Nonetheless, there are special considerations that have to be taken into account when preparing and planning to take part of this wonderful experience. Naturally, coming into contact with Mother Nature means ...
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Conil: Holidays Forever

Conil: The TownConil is a township in Spain with fabulous coastline & assorted landscape and becoming a favorite tourist destination for the visitors around the globe. Colin is nearby to certain historic towns like Seville, Cordoba, Cadiz, Arcos etc and worth visit. You can see paved streets, open air markets, bars, restaurants & roadway caf•© while wandering through the town. Conil is not a typical tourist destination but it is becoming increasingly popular with tourists. Like ...
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Conil: Make Your Holidays Special

Conil: The TownConil, a small town in Spain is famous for its farms and fishing activities and food production. Conil de is not only eminent for its incredible beaches, but also for its scorching nightlife in the summer months. There are also some superior places to have a drink or dance the night away in one of the prime clubs of town next to the beach. Conil is also a great place known for its restaurants offering variety of dishes along with great variety of desserts. Its centrally located ...
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5 Great Australian Festivals

Australia is one of the most beautiful and intriguing places on the face of the earth. Tourism is a huge part of their economy especially during any of the wonderful festivals that the continent holds each year. Australia is more then picturesque views and breathtaking sites, their elaborate festivals reveal so much more to live in the down under then anyone could imagine and no one more important then the others. Each year there is a yacht race is held from Sydney to Hobart. The finish line ...
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Boating on Lake Shasta

Via the Shasta Dam’s walls was born a reservoir that was called Lake Shasta. The lake is the third biggest in California following Salton Sea and Lake Tahoe. It is roughly 500 feet deep lake, turning it into famous for boating activities such as fishing and various water sports. For an unforgettable and pleasant holiday, travelers from south of Oregon and North Carolina would hire boats from the lake Shasta where they may spend their spare time on a unwinding environment drifting and cruising ...
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Dealing With Flash Floods

Aside from lightning, another thunderstorm hazard that you should be prepared to handle is a flash flood. Rain is quite common and because this natural occurrence is typical, most people think that rain is just a minor annoyance that we should not be worried about. In contrast to the common misconception about rain however, it should be noted that after tremendous amounts of rain, small streams can evolve into raging rivers that poses the threat of flash floods. In order to make sure that you ...
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What You Need For Your Campsite

Camping can be a very fruitful activity. It poses opportunities for learning fun. It is not surprising why more and more people want to try out camping. If you are one of the newbies who are planning to have an excellent camping trip, there are some basic pieces of camping equipment that you should have. If you do not have these basic gears, you won't be able to make the most of your camping experience. In most cases, you will just end up confused or totally stressed out. The camping tent If ...
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