Glacier National Park has to be one of the most beautiful places in the world - and tour leader Ali is one of its biggest fans...
Some cities try hard to be cool and some...well, they just are cool. The kind of places where if you don’t like them, well, your loss, because the locals are pretty happy thank you so just carry on your own sweet way.
There are few other cities that epitomise this coolness like Seattle, the home of Microsoft, Amazon and Boeing. Among many other things, this city can claim to be the birthplace of grunge music and a certain, well-known, world-wide coffee chain...
Topics: USA Northwest
We’ve rounded up some of our best hikes in the USA’s Southwestern National Parks, including five achievable day hikes, and one epic trail that offers the challenge of a lifetime…so prepare your walking boots, and get inspired!
Tucked away above the well-travelled beauty of British Columbia, Canada's Yukon territory is a lesser-explored but infinitely rewarding corner of the country.
The gateway to the Yukon territory, Whitehorse is the region’s only official city – despite Dawson City’s indicative name, it actually only has town status. Perched on the shore of the Yukon River, which snakes its way to the Bering Sea in Alaska, the city’s population is around 25,000.
Whether you’re a seasoned explorer, or you’re planning your first big trip, we know that travelling in your forties is an incredibly rewarding experience. From being more decisive about what you want from your travel experiences to more financial freedom, our forty-something travellers are among the most adventurous and outgoing – and here are just some of the reasons why.
There's something very special about winter in North America, and the season results in some incredibly beautiful images of cities and iconic landmarks transformed by the extreme weather. Here are ten of our favourite snow-dusted spots...
Anyone can see the Statue of Liberty or say they’ve been to the Grand Canyon. They’re most certainly fantastic spots that deserve their dues. However, we at Grand American Adventures know there’s a lot more to the Americas than guidebook sightseeing.
Britain doesn’t do winter very well. Yes, there’s the lure of an occasional country pub with a roaring log fire. I’ll give you that. And those long chilly nights are fine till Christmas. Come late February though and enough is enough. In general, over on this side of the Atlantic it’s just a bit too grey, drizzly, damp and way too…meh.