Alaska’s Scenic Seward Highway, An All-American Road

The scenic Seward Highway winds to the south of Anchorage, and it’s lined with opportunities to explore glaciers and mountains, enjoy Turnagain Arm trails, watch for wildlife, and learn about the history of gold mining in the region.

Nevada’s Watering Holes

No doubt Nevada’s urban cities dish up some lavish sips and eats.. But, if you’re craving something a little less refined and less confined, here’s a list of some real back country establishments that are sure to deliver!

Get Out & Play Dirty in Nevada

This is Nevada…home to bighorn sheep and real big excitement! Here you’ll find trails leading to historic ghost towns, canyon vistas, and even sand dunes soaring 500ft into the sky. So pack up, and start your adventure where the pavement ends.

Take a trip on Nevada’s Free-Range Art Highway

This is where free-range art meets the American West. The approximately 500 miles between Las Vegas and Reno will take you on an artistic ride that can only be found in Nevada. Explore the colorful 7 Magic Mountains just outside of Las Vegas, or the one-of-a-kind International Car Forest in Goldfield. Once in Reno, you’ll find a collection of public art that made their debut on the Playa during Burning Man, and color murals painted around the city’s Midtown District. Not wanting to make the whole drive in one trip? There are plenty of intriguing places to stay on the Free Range Art Highway – including one with the world’s largest private collection of clowns.