• The Inn by the Sea and Portland Head Light landmark are musts during your Maine trip. Photography: ISTOCK

    Summer’s Maine Event

    Maine’s nickname is Vacationland, and this state lives up to the moniker with a vast number of travel experiences, from hiking a slice of its 17 million forest acres to visiting one of its 300 museums
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  • Photography: Mark Reis

    Up in the Air

    “I’ll get out here,” the woman seated behind me said to The Broadmoor van driver. We were on a dirt road, on a very steep incline, headed way up to Cloud Camp, one of the resort’s newest properties.
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  • Photography: Cape Kidnappers

    The Kiwi Challenge

    It should have been an easy chip shot, five yards to a big putting green with the Pacific Ocean at my back and the sun casting a golden glow over my left shoulder.
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  • Horseback riding is a must at The Home Ranch in Clark. Photography: The Home Ranch

    Home on the Range

    Sometimes, it takes is a trip to meet up with a real-life wrangler—a guy or gal in sturdy jeans, a 10-gallon hat and a flannel shirt who tends horses for a living—to help us gain a new perspective.
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  • The 1892-built Rochester hotel pays homage to movies filmed in the Durango area. Photo courtesy of La Plata County Historical Society

    Back to the Future

    Since the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company founded the town of Durango in 1880, the area has provided the lifeblood of the Southern Colorado region.
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  • Guests savor exquisite Italian fare and breathtaking views at Alpino Vino- the highest altitude restaurant in the U.S. Photography: Telluride Ski Resort, Tony Demin

    A Taste of Telluride

    Truly a destination for all seasons, the picturesque town of Telluride isn’t just charming and pretty, but filled with loads of adventure and many culinary and cultural opportunities.
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