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Travel: Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls pretty much achieves the impossible. It almost trumps the Grand Canyon — at least in terms of sheer, gob-smacking beauty. Granted, not much can match the vast grandeur of that wide canyon carved by the Colorado River. But where the Grand exceeds in inspiring immeasurable awe, Havasu Falls feels almost personal. And while far from secret — its iconic waterfalls have populated countless full-page magazine spreads and downloadable screensavers — the region still feels like it belongs to you.

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Travel: Aspen

Unlike some Colorado resort towns that feel as if the city itself exists as an afterthought to the resorts that surround it (we’re looking at you, Vail), Aspen feels wholly endemic to the Rocky Mountain State.

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Travel: Unexplored Ireland

Far beyond the shamrock clichés, bustling urban centers, and rolling green hills that typify the Ireland of everyone’s mind, resides one of the country’s best-kept secrets. County Donegal, a remote region of Ireland in the northwest, is both sparsely populated and spectacularly beautiful.

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How To: Earn Your Guinness In Dublin

Truth is, most tourists to Dublin experience the city on foot or by bus. We say, break the mold, get your hands wet, and earn that pint of Guinness on the River Liffey.

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Travel: Ireland’s Wild Side

Stretching 1,550 miles along Ireland’s western seaboard, the Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal drive in the world. The seven counties that line the coast have put aside their friendly rivalries in order to create a comprehensive experience, making it easy to access this rugged and remote section of Ireland.

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Travel: No-Tech Hotels

As people who are passionate about trying stuff in locales throughout the globe, we’ve had the good fortune of staying at some pretty plush resorts.

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Travel: Ireland’s Best Kept Travel Secrets

Ireland—the land of Guinness, shamrocks, and leprechauns. And, just beyond the easy brochure images, some of the best hiking, surfing, mountain biking, and climbing in the world.

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Travel: Minneapolis

Nearly 70% of Minnesotans take part in some form of outdoor recreation each year—impressive figures for a state that sees an average annual snowfall of 70 inches and temps as low as -60 degrees F in winter. 

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Travel: Best Places To Climb Outdoors

There are literally thousands of places to learn to climb in the United States, from the alpine peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the thousands of small outcrops dotting the countryside or the rocky shores lining both the Atlantic and the Pacific.

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Travel: J-Bar at the Jerome Hotel

J-Bar at the Jerome Hotel | Aspen, CO

Judged by the legacy of its customers alone, the J-Bar ranks as one of the best après spots in the country.

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