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Photography by Dan Barham / Aurora Photos

What cyclist doesn’t crave a steep and winding road? More »

Photography by Dan Ballard / Aurora Photos

The Toroweap overlook sits atop a near-vertical drop of 3,000 feet to the Colorado River, where the rafters look like ants and can be heard screaming as they go over Lava Falls, visible downstream. More »

Photography by Phil Nelson / Aurora Photos

When you raft the mighty Colorado River, you can’t help but be awed by its dramatic deep gorges and white-water rapids. More »

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The Grand Canyon isn’t just a large cavernous hole in the earth. For 800 years, the area has also been home to an American Indian people known as the Havasupai. More »

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Up, up and away. Take flight above the otherworldly terrain of Cappadocia, a region in central Turkey known for its “fairy chimneys,” minaret-like rock formations shaped millions of years ago by volcanic activity and erosion. More »

Spring Fling Poll

All month we’ve been bringing you sexy, carefree getaways to ease your spring fever. Now that you know where to travel in April and May, will you …

Indulge in an adults-only weekend?
Start with getting side-by-side massages and sipping wine at one of Florida’s sexiest spas, the Ritz-Carlton Spa in Key Biscayne.

Book a room with a seriously gorgeous view?
The Hotel Duquesne in Paris’ 7th Arrondissement is within easy walking distance of Left Bank tourist sites and boasts rooms that look out onto the Eiffel Tower.

Pull up a barstool at one of our 21 best beach bars?
Traveling with the kids? In Wellfleet, MA, they can enjoy The Beachcomber’s famous fried clams or something off the “Young Minnows” menu, while you sip a cocktail and partake in the raw bar at this Cape Cod oceanside restaurant.

Photography by Kevin Michael Connolly

“Anywhere I go, Tuck likes to follow. This usually means hiking around Canyon Ferry Lake, playing fetch around Helena, MT – or in this case – cliff jumping near the Dearborn River. More »

Courtesy of Hotel & Igloo Village Kakslauttanen

Didn’t get enough snow this winter? Head to the Hotel & Igloo Village Kakslauttanen in Finland, where you can sleep in a bona fide igloo or a glass-ceilinged one for clear northern lights viewing. More »

Photography by Blake Gordon / Aurora Photos

If you want to do San Marcos like a local, tube your way down the San Marcos River. More »

Photography by Dennis Welsh / Aurora Photos

Is this husky grinning because he is the leader of the pack? Or just because it happens to be a perfect winter day for dog sledding on Lake Umbagog, the pristine, and in the winter frozen, body of shallow water that calls both Maine and New Hampshire home? More »

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