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California is ready-made for road-tripping. In only a few hours, you can drive from the lowest spot in the western hemisphere—Death Valley’s Badwater at minus 282 feet—to 10,000 feet in elevation near the Sierra’s crest. With saw-toothed granite peaks on one side and the arid desert on the other, US 395 is the highway that connects it all.
Get to know Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Knoxville to choose the perfect place to stay on the Tennessee side of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
If you’re in California, you have a stunning variety of parks to choose from. So where do you start? And more importantly, how do you enjoy our parks responsibly, ensuring generations to come have the same opportunity?
The region’s national and provincial parks come in a wide range of personalities and offer an equally eclectic array of activities and facilities, from wilderness backpacking at New Brunswick’s Mt. Carleton Provincial Park to lounging in luxury at Cape Breton Highlands’ Keltic Lodge resort.
Atlantic Canada is made up of the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, as well as Newfoundland and Labrador. Get the lay of the land to help plan your trip.
PEI’s O’Leary is synonymous with potatoes. That makes it the perfect place for the delicious learning experience of the Canadian Potato Museum.
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