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The Sierra Colorada’s intensely colored sedimentary summits are the backdrop for the lake-laden, wind-whipped, and wildlife-rich high country of Parque Nacional Perito Moreno, which is possibly Patagonia’s wildest park.
Are you itching to check something off your adventure bucket list this winter? This might just be the nudge you are looking for: right now, ice climbing in Rocky Mountain National Park is not just good—it’s fantastic.
Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park covers the highest and steepest terrain in Jamaica. This alpine terrain is the last known habitat for the endangered giant swallowtail butterfly, the second-largest butterfly in the world, which makes its home especially on the northern flanks of the range.
We’ve rounded up ideas for five great adventures that you can add to your Vancouver visit. Pack your explorer’s spirit and start planning your next trip.
Why visit Vancouver in the winter? Despite the region’s frequently damp weather, there’s plenty to do during the winter months. And if you’re watching your budget, winter is the most economical time to travel to Vancouver.
Vancouver is a walkable city, with a compact downtown, easy-to-navigate neighborhoods, and plenty of natural attractions close to its urban core. Whether it’s a bright sunny day, or a misty afternoon, you can find a walk that’s right for the weather and your mood.
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