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Getting Elevated at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

The higher we rose, the more magical the view became. The High Lee Like Lee and our small crew of three hung in the sky along with hundreds of other balloons at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, creating a kaleidoscope of colors against a warm gray sky.

The Rise of the Terrible Tourist

An epidemic of terrible tourists has been sweeping the countrysides and mountains in recent years, leaving behind defaced historical landmarks, shuttered parks, and many government and tourism recreation officials scrambling to find a solution.

Finding a Rhythm in Antelope Canyon

Stand up paddleboarding in Antelope Canyon is the perfect place to find a little bit of zen, even when you're paddling against the wind. At the end of the day, we're all just chasing something.

Beneath the Grand Canyon’s Rim

For some people, tar trails and selfie stick-worthy overlooks are enough—but if you really want to see the Grand Canyon—take a trip below the canyon rim.

The Rise of Hard Ciders

While it’s been proven that in moderation, beer has some health benefits that most habitual beer drinkers can list off at a moments notice, many active Americans are preferring to reach for the hard cider.

What’s Left Behind – The Impact of the Colorado...

The 2013 floods that struck Colorado left scars behind in the small town of Lyons that are still healing to this day.