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Our 5 favorite travel finds of the week

  Happy Friday, readers! Here again are our 5 favorite travel discoveries of the week. Escape “The most beautiful sound in the Canadian Rockies is silence,” notes Edward Hunter, 88, a lifelong skier and the narrator of this gorgeous video from Sherpas Cinema of Banff National Park. Eat Fun fact: May is National Burger Month. To celebrate, Cassell’s Hamburgers in L.A.‘s Koreatown will be selling burgers for 99 […]

Where To Go This Weekend: Enumclaw, Washington

Small-town charm meets big-mountain beauty in Enumclaw, Washington, a friendly, rural community 45 miles southeast of Seattle and 30 miles east of Tacoma. As local Eric Brandjes, owner of Cole Street Brewery, told us: “Enumclaw may come across as a cow town if you’re just passing through, but it’s much more diverse and sophisticated after a closer look.” Right now, nearby Crystal Mountain […]

This Winter’s First Gotta-Go Destination: Big Sky, MT

Now home to the largest ski resort in the country, Big Sky, Montana kicks off this snow season with a new performing arts center, dogsledding trips, and lots of local brews. Here, writer Stephen Edwards shares his five favorite must-dos. 1. Chutes and lagers Big Sky Resort wasn’t “over the hill” on its 40th anniversary; instead, it bought what was over […]

A Moonlight Dinner for Yurtaholics

Crested Butte is one of the most iconic, authentically Western ski destinations in North America, but the residents of this tiny town are also known for doing things in the name of fun that others might consider somewhat dubious. Weird parades? Festivals involving the burning of a ginormous “Grump” effigy? Costumed nordic ski marathons? So it comes as no surprise that a moonlight cross-country ski or snowshoe trek to eat in a yurt is considered a good time here.

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