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Get Your Fill of Outdoor Adventures in El Paso, Texas

  Just the name "El Paso" evokes exotic adventures. When it comes to outdoor thrills in the United States, this city in the far western corner of Texas has plenty to deliver. While El Paso has been ranked the safest large city in the U.S. for four years in a row, this city at the Mexican border retains some of the flavour of the Wild West, while its surroundings hold a ...

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Try Sensational Food and Drink on a Trip to Lovely Les Gets

  Les Gets is one of the resorts that make up the Portes du Soleil ski area on the French-Swiss border. It is famed for its excellent food and is the perfect ski destination for foodie travellers who want to eat well after a hard day on the slopes. Les Gets is only an hour from Geneva airport, and this cosy and traditional French village offers the choice of over 50 ...

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The Ins & Outs Of Planning A Ski Trip To Vail in Colorado

  Going skiing is one of the most exciting vacations you can take. The only downside being that planning a trip to the ski slopes requires a lot of time and effort. It’s no wonder that many travelers get put off the idea of skiing when there’s so much that needs to be planned out. From choosing the perfect destination to selecting the most suitable place to stay, there’s a lot ...

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Blown Away at Torres del Paine, Chile

  Most people choose to visit Torres del Paine by foot.  While Chile's Southern Patagonian national park draws crowds of hiking enthusiasts keen to take on the 4-day 'W' trekking circuit, or, more challenging still, the 10-day 'full circuit', I'm ashamed to say I chose the lazy option: short on time and energy, I opted for a day-long bus tour taking in the park's main features instead.When I say lazy... our ...

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Chocolate, lakes and cottages: enjoying the Swiss – I mean, Argentinian! – Alps in Bariloche

I'd forgotten how much I love the mountains.I used to go skiing every year since I was 6 and, as a teenager, I spent several summers in a row hiking in the French Alps.But I'd had to pass on skiing these last few years and, aside from a couple of short trips to North Wales' Snowdonia, it had been nearly three years since I'd last had a chance to spend some proper time in the mountains.So it ...

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