Spend a weekend away in a yurt with YMCA of the Rockies. Photo © Mindy Sink.

Where to See Colorado’s Fall Colors

It’s an annual autumn tradition in Colorado: take a weekend or an afternoon to see the aspen trees turn to gold. Here’s when and where to go for the best look at Colorado’s fall colors.

Hollywood Boulevard. Photo © Lisa Robinson/The Department of Creativity.

Seeing Stars in LA: Stargazing and Celebrity Landmarks

There are two types of stars to watch for in LA: celebrities and, well, stars. For your fill of classic Hollywood stars, take a gander at these celebrity landmarks in Hollywood. If you’d like to sight some celestial bodies along with your celebrities, head to Griffith Observatory.

Along the forested Waihou Springs Trail in Upcountry Maui.

Upcountry Maui Hiking: Makawao

Two of the best Maui hikes in Makawao are Kahakapao Loop Trail for hikers & bikers, and Waihou Spring Trail for hikers. Here are the highlights of both.

The William H. Murray Bridge in OK. Photo © Miroslav Liska, 123rf.

Birthplace of Route 66: Oklahoma

Candacy Taylor offers a brief history of Route 66’s conception in Oklahoma, along with highlights and tips on navigating the Mother Road’s original alignment.

Hanauma Bay has the best snorkeling on the South Shore. Photo © Kevin Whitton.

The Best of O‘ahu in 7 Days

The average stay on O‘ahu is about seven days. With sights and activities on all sides of the island, planning your days will help you take full advantage of your holiday. Let this suggested itinerary to the must-see locales and establishments be a jumping-off point for your travels.

A trio of men in traditional garb perform a fire dance, twirling staffs that leave fiery rings in the air.

The Best of Maui in 10 Days

Experience the island’s best with this itinerary, which covers everything from walking the Koloiki Ridge Trail to catching the sunrise from Wai‘anapanapa State Park to snorkeling at world-famous Ka‘anapali Beach.

Open-air dining at Nick's Fishmarket in Wailea.

The Best Places to Eat in Wailea

Prices in Wailea are much higher than in other parts of the island, but often what you’re paying for are master chefs, exceptional service, and unparalleled ambience in world-class resorts. which oftentimes make it worth the experience.