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Gold Point, known originally as Lime Point, was first settled about 1880. The early camp was abandoned by 1882. In March 1908 a silver strike brought a new camp into existence called Hornsilver. It flourished for about a year, boasting roughly 800 residents, at least 11 saloons, a post office, telephone service and a newspaper.Continue reading

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From pristine coral reefs to the Amazonian jungle to high-elevation mountain ranges, Colombia could almost be accused of audacity due its sheer volume of biological diversity – if only the country wasn’t so humble. Covering over 13% of the country, Colombia’s System of National Natural Parks includes 59 natural areas of ecological interest and locationsContinue reading

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Hiking guidebooks and websites typically do all the hard work for you–at least in terms of helping you choose your next trail. Most break ’em down by level of difficulty (defined by length, elevation gain/loss, and technical terrain), as well as other factors like waterfalls, rivers, overlooks, and crowds. But when you engage with aContinue reading

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So you’ve visited all the cool mountain towns in the U.S. and are weary of the crowds, glitz, and expense. Here’s an awesome destination that you may never have heard of: Kananaskis Country, Alberta (Canada). While most tourists who flock to the picturesque Canadian Rockies head for Banff, those in the know set their sightsContinue reading

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By now you’ve probably packed away your winter gear and transitioned into warm-weather pursuits. Camping, biking, hiking, running, doing absolutely nothing except reveling in the warmth of the sun. Except some — the same who leave their new skis leaning in a corner of their bedroom — are suffering a long withdrawal that only timeContinue reading

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