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9 Idaho Ski Resorts That’ll Cure Even the Worst Winter Blues 9 Idaho Ski Resorts That’ll Cure Even the Worst Winter Blues
A daily serving of Idaho skiing eliminates your season-long symptoms with a homegrown approach: part sunshine, a dash of locally produced powder and a heaping of blue skies. Here’s how to remedy you’re bluest winter blehs: More
Travel Inspiration: Temirlik Towers, Kazakhstan Travel Inspiration: Temirlik Towers, Kazakhstan
Temirlik Towers, Kazakhstan | Not everyone gets to visit Kazakhstan, but if you ever visit, check out the deep valley that the tiny Temirlik Canyon was able to dig over millions of years. Weather-beaten rocky pinnacles stand guard over the steep canyon walls. The canyon's shady bottom is home to rare Sogdian ash trees and black storks. Nightingales, cave swallows and turtle doves also call this canyon bottom home. More
Travel Inspiration: Laguna Colorada, Potosi, Bolivia Travel Inspiration: Laguna Colorada, Potosi, Bolivia
Laguna Colorada, Potosi, Bolivia | Literally translating to mean Red Lake, Laguna Colorada sticks out from its surrounding in the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve with its crimson hue. The red lagoon gets its color from red sediments and algae in the salty and shallow water. Similarly tinted flamingos drink from the lake, including the Andean flamingo, the rarest species in the world. More
Travel Inspiration: Milford Sound, New Zealand Travel Inspiration: Milford Sound, New Zealand
Milford Sound, New Zealand | The famous fjord will take your breath away at first sight. The cliffs rise seemingly by magic out of the still waters, with trees clinging to life at their sides. A cruise through the passages will guide you by the soaring Mitre Peak, making you aware of just how big the world truly is. More
Travel Inspiration: Pamulkkale, Turkey Travel Inspiration: Pamulkkale, Turkey
Pamulkkale, Turkey | Pamulkkale means cotton castle in Turkish and describes the surreal white terraces of travertine that flow from the hot spring pools above. Over the years mineral deposits from the hot springs have piled up, partially submerging a mausoleum and creating vast stair steps of almost icy looking mineral deposits. However, if you bathe in the hot spring waters, you’ll find them anything but icy. More
 
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